UNT students buy renewable energy credits to power Denton campuses
The University of North Texas took a major step toward powering the campus with renewable energy thanks to a student group that is buying “renewable energy credits” from Denton Municipal Electric.
New report: Tricep pushups led TWU volleyball players to hospitalization last fall
UNT student back in Denton after surviving five days in desert
Light and connections: UNT art building addition links past to future
One in 17 students at UNT are pursuing a degree in the College of Visual Arts and Design. College officials hope that the new addition to the university art building will accommodate degree seekers in the year 2067.
Stranded for 5 days in Arizona wilderness, Denton woman hikes 11 miles to call for help
A Denton woman was rescued last week after spending five days stranded in a remote area near the Grand Canyon. Amber VanHecke, 24, was traveling in the Havasupai Reservation when her vehicle ran out of gas on March 12, the Arizona Department of Public Safety said.
Arrest made in connection with theft of money from Ponder High booster club account
A former Ponder resident was arrested Thursday on a felony theft charge after police said she pocketed about $21,000 from the Ponder Fine Arts Booster Club bank account between August 2014 and December 2015, according to an arrest affidavit.
Teachers, student talk gas wells at board meeting
Guyer librarian Margarete Neale called the wells a "clear and present danger" after a recent Denton Record-Chronicle story revealed natural gas from another nearby well in southern Denton may have seeped underground and bubbled up through an abandoned water well.