Arrest of Denton County Sheriff’s Office (DSCO) Sergeant West Jordan

By Sheriff Tracy Murphree | Uncategorized

Arrest of DCSO Sergeant West Jordan TARRANT COUNTY, TEXAS March 13, 2018. Denton County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Sergeant West Jordan was arrested by the Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office Internet Crimes Against Children Unit (ICAC) in a joint Investigation with the Texas Department of Public Safety Criminal Investigations Division. Jordan has been charged with Online Solicitation of a Minor, a Second…Read More

Pilot Point Feed Store Offers Easter Items

By 380news | Uncategorized

Remember to shop local for all of your Easter needs.  Pilot Point Feed Store located at 1156 North Highway 377 in Pilot Point offers a wide variety of home décor.Read More

Denton County and Area Officials Celebrate the Much-Needed Opening of FM 423

By 380news | Metro

FROM STEWARTS CREEK TO US 380  DENTON COUNTY, TX – Denton County, the Texas Department of Transportation and adjacent communities came together today to celebrate the much-needed completion of FM 423 from Stewarts Creek to US 380 as a six lane divided urban facility. The project was constructed in two sections. Section One, from Stewarts Creek to FM 2934, was…Read More

Clint Bedsole: From Foster Care, the Military to Local Small Business Owner

By 380news | Metro

Is the Texas House of Representatives next?  Clint Bedsole overcame some serious challenges in his early years to become a successful small businessman, husband and father, and community leader. Today, he wants to help make lives better for members of our community as our next conservative representative in the Texas House. A product of Texas’ broken CPS system, Clint lived…Read More

Denton County Reports Ninth Influenza-Associated Death

By 380news | Metro

DENTON COUNTY, TX – On February 21, 2018, Denton County Public Health (DCPH) is reporting the ninth influenza-associated death, an adult in Denton County, for the 2017-2018 flu season. The 2017-2018 flu season is not over yet. The flu continues to be a serious health threat, and as the number of influenza-associated deaths rises, DCPH continues to recommend preventive steps to protect the health of our communities: Get vaccinated. The best way to protect yourself and your family from the flu is to get an annual flu shot, and the…Read More

VAST Presentation on March 7th

By 380news | Travel & Entertainment

Pilot Point’s Justine Wollaston What: Justine Wollaston, “Who Am I Kidding? Stuff I’ve learned as a Professional Creative” at VAST When: March 7th, from 6:45 – 9:00 pm Where: Patterson-Appleton Arts Center The Visual Arts Society of Texas (VAST) invites you to a presentation by artist Justine Wollaston entitled: “Who Am I Kidding? Stuff I’ve learned as a Professional Creative.” Justine uses a variety of media in her endeavor to creatively connect with people. She is not a big fan of eggplant. Her favorite color is cavern pool blue. She…Read More

Denton ISD School Board Calls Bond Election

By 380news | Education

The Denton ISD Board of Trustees voted unanimously to call a bond election for May 5, 2018.  DENTON, TX -The Trustees’ action follows a unanimous recommendation from the district’s Citizens’ Advisory Committee to address growth, equity, and safety across the district. The proposed bond referendum would have $0 impact on the school district’s tax rate. “Thanks to continued growth in our area, the taxable assessed values of homes in our district, and our current tax rate structure, we are able to call an election that will have no effect on…Read More

Prosper Elevates Economic Development Posture

By 380news | Prosper

PROSPER, TX – In the midst of the most prolific economic development period in the history of Prosper, the Town has made another personnel move that reinforces the municipality’s resolve to actively support its expanding business climate. In addition to bringing in former Frisco Mayor Maher Maso as Executive Director of the Prosper Economic Development Corporation, a move widely seen as a precursor to a deeper and more robust effort at commercial expansion, the Town has recently announced the hiring of Chuck Springer, a highly-experienced veteran of local government, with…Read More

An Evening that Raised Awareness with Dr. Yamma Brown

By 380news | Community

The Our Community Matters program at Friends of the Family raised awareness about domestic violence within the African American community last week at their Black History month kick-off. DENTON, TX – The Our Community Matters program at Denton County Friends of the Family (DCFOF) hosted its first Black History Month event on Thursday, February 1, 2018. The event, “An Evening of Raised Awareness with Dr. Yamma Brown” was held in the beautiful Patterson Appleton Arts Center. Cassandra Berry, the Our Community Matters Program Coordinator, had visions and goals for the…Read More

Letter to the Editor

By 380news | Metro

With careful consideration, I am writing in support of Clint Bedsole for Texas State Representative District 106 in the upcoming primary election. After attending debates and discussing the needs and priorities with the various candidates it is my belief that Client is the right person for the job. He supports public education, understands that vouchers are not the solution to…Read More

From the Desk of Hugh Coleman

By 380news | Metro

Precinct 1 Transportation Updates FM 2181 North-South – Widen from two-lane to sixlane divided roadway from the City of Denton/Corinth City limits to Lillian Miller, just south of I35E in Denton. Construction began on November 21 of 2017 and is scheduled for completion in January of 2020. FM 2181 will provide an alternate route to IH 35E when delays on…Read More

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