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    Confederate Monument Committee to decide future of statue on Square

Confederate Monument Committee to decide future of statue on Square

The Confederate Monument Committee set a goal to have a recommendation for the Denton County Commissioner’s Court by the end of January. The decision was made via a vote during their meeting on Nov. 30 in the county courthouse. The commissioner’s court-appointed 10 members to discuss the future of the

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    Donald Trump Jr. event through Kuehne Series raised less funds than UNT reported

Donald Trump Jr. event through Kuehne Series raised less funds than UNT reported

The UNT Kuehne Speaker Series earned a net total of $88,319 from the Donald Trump Jr. event hosted on Oct. 24, according to documents obtained by the North Texas Daily through a public records request. However, that figure is 73.4 percent less than the $332,000 UNT publicized as the amount

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    Sheriff’s Office creates new Sex Offender Registration Deputy position

Sheriff’s Office creates new Sex Offender Registration Deputy position

The Denton County Sheriff’s Office recently created a new position that will be responsible for registering and tracking sex offenders in Denton County. According to the Nov. 6 press release that announced the Sex Offender Deputy position, the deputy will act as a liaison between the Denton County Sheriff’s Office

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    Long-time Denton County Judge resigns, endorses a county commissioner

Long-time Denton County Judge resigns, endorses a county commissioner

At a commissioners court meeting on Nov. 14, Judge Mary Horn announced she will not seek re-election for the 2018 election. The first female tax assessor, first female county judge and the longest-serving judge, Horn has spent 25 years working for Denton County government. With grandchildren in Austin and Houston, Horn

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    City of Denton continues to avoid homelessness as city grows

City of Denton continues to avoid homelessness as city grows

As the weather gets colder and homes become festive, homeless shelters in Denton continue to fill up. On the Jan. 26 Point-in-Time homelessness count, which counts the number of homeless people per year for Denton County, 67 out of 176 people counted were homeless in the city of Denton. The

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    UNT athletic fee increase goes to student vote this week

UNT athletic fee increase goes to student vote this week

UNT students will vote this week on a potential $4.25 per credit hour net increase in student fees after the Graduate Student Council and Student Government Association passed a resolution allowing for a student referendum on the change.  Graduate and undergraduate students will be able to vote on the measure

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    UNT Emergency Preparedness Advisory Council Committee elects student representative

UNT Emergency Preparedness Advisory Council Committee elects student representative

The UNT Emergency Preparedness Advisory Council Committee elected a member of the Student Government Association as a student representative in October. This member is elected to represent the student voices on campus, an official said. Deea Scully, an Emergency Administration and Planning student, was elected by the advisory council committee, which

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    UNT pushing SPOT evaluations as semester draws to close

UNT pushing SPOT evaluations as semester draws to close

With three weeks left in the semester, professors at UNT look towards SPOT evaluations to improve their future teaching endeavors. UNT has been using the evaluation system Student Perceptions of Teaching since 2015. SPOT, developed by the University of Washington, replaced the SETE as UNT’s primary teaching evaluator. The evaluations

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    Half-brother of slain UNT student asks community for help

Half-brother of slain UNT student asks community for help

The half-brother of slain UNT student Amanda Clairmont is asking the local community to help share her story. Clairmont, a 21-year-old UNT business major, was found shot to death in a vehicle in a vacant parking lot along the Interstate 35E service road in Corinth on Sunday, Nov. 19, according to

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    Denton City Council generating new amendments after recent election

Denton City Council generating new amendments after recent election

After the city of Denton and Denton County experienced some of its lowest voting numbers, the constitutional election is generating new amendments to the city charter. Out of 99,054 registered voters in the city, only 4,826 cast their vote to amend current laws and add new ones to the city

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