Thin Line goes free

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Officials with Thin Line announced two major changes to the Denton film, music and photography festival for 2017.

Despite glimpses of stardom, family always returned to focus on home

ARGYLE — Michelle Simms prayed the nickname “Hollywood” wouldn’t catch on when a friend lightheartedly poked at her surprisingly glitzy family history.“Thankfully,” she said with a laugh, “he’s the only one who calls me that.”

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Sweet memories rise

For many Denton residents, Davis Purity Bakery was an institution. Originally located on Hickory Street and eventually Locust Street, the family-owned bakery had been a popular place to get wedding cakes, doughnuts, cupcakes and other delectable pastries since it opened in 1953.

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Grant program remains frozen

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It looks simple, but planking pays off big

Consider the plank. Not the pirate variety, not the kind into which you hammer nails, not the kind on which salmon rests while being grilled. Instead, The Plank.

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Organ transplants come a long way,but hurdles remain

Pediatrics office going up at Rayzor Ranch

FDA approves new dissolving stent