Group suspends bullying

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Guyer High School’s anti-bullying committee took its message on the road Tuesday. Three Guyer staffers on the committee and the committee’s student representative, senior Ashley Thompson, were accompanied by the Guyer varsity cheerleaders to Harpool Middle School, where they led sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade students in the “Bully Proof Pledge” during an afternoon pep rally.

Council keeps center project on hold

The City Council kept its finger on the pause button for Denton’s convention center project, even though the staff relayed a breakthrough in the deal Tuesday afternoon.

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Mothers love

The Mothers haven’t staged an official album release party for the local band’s self-titled debut album, which came out over the summer.

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DVD reviews: ‘La Dolce Vita’ still vital

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Burning bright


Audacious brewing

Inside of a large, bright green warehouse, the first batches of commercially produced craft beer in Denton are nearing perfection inside of the new Audacity Brew House.

Kim Phillips: Denton does Day of the Dead

Scott Burns: Are we (still) quitting at the wrong time?

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Taking on Ebola fears with facts

Denton County health officials are working to fight Ebola fear with facts. Even as a trio of confirmed U.S. cases have occurred, and the public’s trust is in question, Denton County Health Department Director Matt Richardson is urging calm and providing information to deal with the virus threat.

Hospitals urged to ‘think Ebola’

Report: Sheriff's deputy tests negative for Ebola

First Ebola patient diagnosed in the U.S. dies

Man with Ebola initially sent home