Eighth Annual Fishing Derby Set for Saturday, Feb. 25

By 380news | Prosper

PROSPER (February 20, 2017) Prosper’s increasingly-popular Fishing Derby enters its eighth year on Saturday, Feb. 25 at the Frontier Park pond from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., with check-in starting at 8 a.m.   The free event will once again provide prizes for anglers, 14 years of age and under, in a variety of categories.  While prizes will be confined to…Read More

Investigation Reveals Facts on Saturday Night Shooting

By 380news | Little Elm

LITTLE ELM (February 14, 2017) An investigation of a non-fatal shooting in Little Elm on Saturday, Feb. 11 is providing details on the incident that contradict preliminary statements made by the two individuals involved. Initially reported to the 9-1-1 dispatch center as a drive-by shooting, the wounding of a McKinney resident in a Little Elm home on Saturday instead appears…Read More

Exciting Things Are Happening at the Frank Buck Zoo

By 380news | Metro

Exciting things are happening at the Frank Buck Zoo in Gainesville, Texas. If you haven’t visited the Frank Buck Zoo in a few years, you may have missed several exciting additions to our animal family. Among those additions are African Cheetah, American Alligators, Asian Clouded Leopards, Asian Reeve’s Muntjac (tiny primitive deer), Australian Bennett Wallabies, South American Saki Monkeys and…Read More

You’re Invited! Aubrey Education Foundation’s 18th Annual Red, White & Blue Gala

By 380news | Aubrey

The Aubrey Education Foundation cordially invites the community to the 18th Annual Red, White & Blue Gala being held on Thursday evening March 9th at Hidden Springs Events in Aubrey (5430 Wildcat Road, Aubrey, TX, 76227). Come out and enjoy an exciting evening while supporting the school. The AEF was formed as an independent corporation with a desire to assist students, faculty, and staff members by providing monetary support for educational programs beyond the normal Aubrey ISD operating budget. The mission is to support academic programs in the Aubrey Independent…Read More

Aubrey Student Places in Top 15 at Ft. Worth Stock Show

By 380news | Aubrey

Dayzee Rae Tovar a nine year old fourth grader at Monaco Elementary in Aubrey placed within the top 15 of the Market Weather Stock show in Ft. Worth. She is a part of the Aubrey FFA show team and will be showing in the Denton County Youth Fair in April!Read More

Remembering Detective Jerry Walker

By 380news | Little Elm

On January 17, the reality of the risk our first responders take every day became all too clear in the Town of Little Elm and the surrounding communities, as the news broke that we had lost one of our own. Detective Jerry Walker, an 18year veteran of the Little Elm Police Department, responded to a call as he neared the…Read More

Texas Library Association Executive Director Announces Retirement

By 380news | Metro

Patricia Smith to leave in June after leading the association for 30 years  Austin, TX – On Friday, January 6, Texas Library Association (TLA) Executive Director Patricia H. (Pat) Smith announced her retirement effective June 30. She has led the country’s largest state library association since 1987. Smith’s early career began at the Texas State Library and Archives Commission in the Library Development Division, where she became involved in TLA. She was elected to the TLA Executive Board in 1983, honored as Outstanding New Librarian of the Year (New Member…Read More


Denton City Council Appoints Craig Hametner as New City Auditor

By 380news | Metro

DENTON, TX – The Denton City Council appointed Craig Hametner as City Auditor, following a meeting on January 24. The Council voted 7-0 on a 2-year contract set to begin on or before February 27 “After having the opportunity to speak with citizens and business owners, City staff, and the City Council, I am honored to join this vibrant and growing community,” Craig Hametner said. “With the extensive level of services Denton provides, I am looking forward to working with staff to further accountability, transparency, in a culture of continuous…Read More

Create With Adobe® Creative Cloud Software at Frisco Library

By 380news | Education

FRISCO, TX – Frisco Public Library empowers you to transform your imagination into digital reality with the addition of several Adobe® software products. “Being able to offer these high-end Adobe® Creative Cloud products in our Makerspace is very exciting,” explains Sr. Librarian Adam Lamprecht. “Making these applications available allows the public to create some incredible digital images, designs, and videos as they pursue personal projects and develop their professional skills.” Whether you are new to the Maker world or a seasoned pro, here’s what you should know: Who: You! Your…Read More

Docent Orientation and Training Session

By Gretel L’Heureux | Education

The Denton County Office of History & Culture is seeking volunteers to join their growing team of docents. Volunteers can help as museum greeters, tour guides, in educational outreach programming to the schools, in the research room and at events. Hours and days are flexible. A Docent Orientation and Training session will be held on Wednesday, February 8thfrom 10 am…Read More

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