Editorial | Opinion
Red city embraces green energy
Barely a half-hour north of Austin, the small Central Texas city of Georgetown is almost comically allergic to being identified with its large and left-leaning neighbor: "Austin's phrase is 'Keep Austin weird,'" Mayor Dale Ross joked recently. "What we say is, 'Austin, keep your weird.'"
Lobbyists should register in Denton
Attract U.S. 380 residents to Denton
Denton chamber presents honors
The Denton Chamber of Commerce watches out for the interests of businesses large and small.
Time to put away partisan nonsense
The American people are hungry for solutions to the many problems that plague the nation. We don't want a Democratic Party government or a Republican Party government. We want government that meets in the middle and that works for the people.
We must stand up for what is right
Rapists and other sexual predators traumatize their victims for life. Unfortunately, many victims are subjected to even more abuse and trauma by bureaucratic institutions that just want them to shut up and go away.
Texas Legislature makes power grab
Intriguing planets offer possibilities
Legislature finds bullet it doesn’t like
Plans for a Houston-to-Dallas bullet train face political obstruction in Austin. More than 20 bills have been filed that would slow the steady progress on this privately funded project that could transform three to five hours of start-and-stop traffic into a 90-minute ride.
UNT Board of Regents needs Denton voice
New carbon plan holds promise
U.S.-Mexico relations still stormy
Shortly after moving into the White House, President Donald Trump telephoned Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto. A transcript of the conversation has not become public, but a testy Trump reportedly suggested that he might send U.S. troops into Mexico to restore law and order.