Editorial | Opinion
Shuffle at DME anything but routine
We are not sure what to make of the turmoil. 1) Denton City Manager Todd Hileman is attempting to get managerial control of DME, a division of city government that had become too independent under Williams' leadership. 2) The Denton City Council is having second thoughts about spending $200 million-plus to construct the Denton Energy Center near the Denton Airport.
Increase penalties for absentee voter fraud
BuzzFeed confused on Texas food
Pilgrim leaves political legacy
But his special moment in the national spotlight arrived in July 1989 when the state Senate, meeting in special session, was preparing to debate reforms to workers' compensation laws that would save millions of dollars a year for Pilgrim and other business owners.
Hugs & shrugs
Hugs: The Denton Chamber of Commerce has gone on record opposing Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick's push to pass legislation that would dictate, which bathroom — men's or women's — that transgender adults and minors can use in public schools and other government buildings.
Time to fix state Democratic Party
During the 23 years between then and now, Republicans have won exactly 100 percent of the contests for U. S. senator, governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general, agriculture commissioner, land commissioner, railroad commissioner, state comptroller, Texas Supreme Court and Texas Court of Criminal Appeals.
Interesting times with unpredictable leader
The Times story said Trump promoted the song on social media amid other tweets attacking his media enemies on the left-leaning MSNBC cable channel and reprising the now-famous video in which he "wrestles" an opponent whose head is replaced with the CNN logo.
Time right for new ethics ordinance
The city of Denton is contemplating passage of a new ethics ordinance. City Hall has a new leader, City Manager Todd Hileman, and a new watchdog, City Auditor Craig Hametner. Mayor Chris Watts is an honorable elected official who wants what's best for Denton.