December 2017

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Santa Land in Little Elm

LITTLE ELM, TX – The official lighting of the tree, the fireworks, and the parade all promoted the holidays as the Christmas festivities began at the Little Elm Park. There was a train for everyone to enjoy giving rides around the area. Reindeer were present for the kids. Santa’s Village was an active area as kids visited his miniature houses. Lines formed as parents were…Read More

Twin Cities South Trailer Sales

For 28 years, Gary and Tammy Raak, owners of Twin Cities South Trailer Sales have been providing the equestrian community with high quality products and services. The Raaks started their business in Minnesota where the dealership sold Featherlite and Sundowner aluminum horse and cargo trailers along with Western Hauler custom trucks. In 2015, they opened Twin Cities South Trailer Sales in Pilot Point on Hwy…Read More

From the Desk of Hugh Coleman, Denton County Commissioner Pct. 1 – December 2017

FM 720 North From US 380 to Martop Lane. Widen two-lane rural roadway to six-lane divided urban. The right-of-way acquisition are complete and utilities are scheduled for completion in April 2018. The project is fully funded and is expected to be under construction by the summer of 2018. FM 720 South – Construction on the $16 million southern segment of FM 720 from Eldorado to…Read More

Drumroll Please…

In their 33rd Season of bringing musical theatre to Denton they are proud to present to you our 2018 schedule of performances to be held at the Historic Campus Theatre. Season Tickets are on sale now, just in time to spoil the ones you love! Evita | February 22-24 & March 2-4, 2018 Evita follows the young and ambitious Eva Peron’s meteoric rise to sainthood.…Read More

Little Elm’s Sprinkler System Watering Seasonal Schedule

Once-a-week watering matches trash collection day  LITTLE ELM, TX For many, the annual holiday season officially ends on New Year’s Day, a reminder brought on by cooler temperatures. That chilly reminder should also send a signal that changes also apply to watering our lawns with automatic sprinklers, says Andrew Figueroa, Utilities Superintendent. “On November 1, we entered the Seasonal Watering schedule,” he said. “Watering with…Read More

Sex Offender Registration Deputy

DENTON COUNTY, TX – Denton County Sheriff’s Office would like to announce the creation of a new Sex Offender Registration Deputy position. This position will be responsible for registering sex offenders, as well as the tracking and validation of the current registered sex offenders. This deputy will act as a liaison between the Denton County Sheriff’s Office and the Sex Offender Registration Program which is…Read More

Denton ISD Trustees Approve the Names for Two Elementary Schools

Including Union Park’s New Elementary slated to open in 2019  The Denton Independent School District Board of School Trustees, in following with the tradition of naming facilities after educators who’ve impacted the community, voted unanimously to rename Robert E. Lee Elementary after an educator who served our local community for more than 40 years, Alice Moore Alexander. The Trustees also unanimously voted to name the…Read More

Residents Invited to Weigh in on Collin County Transit Expansion

The survey will run through January 5, 2018  McKINNEY, TX – The McKinney Urban Transit District (MUTD) is looking for ways to expand the Collin County Transit Program. The MUTD Board is gathering input from the community to help in the decision-making process. Residents are encouraged to visit the city’s website to complete the online survey by Jan. 5. “Transportation is an important service that…Read More

McKinney Performing Arts Center wins $150,000 Grant Funding

With help of residents’ votes- renovations will begin spring 2018 McKINNEY, TX – McKinney’s Main Street program won $150,000 in grant funding from the Partners in Preservation: Main Streets campaign to “Polish Our Gem” and help maintain the McKinney Performing Arts Center (MPAC). MPAC was the only building nominated in Texas and the only courtroom-turned-theater in the running, making this a truly unique opportunity for…Read More

December 2017 Friends of Hagerman NWR Activities

Second Saturday The Sex Lives of Frogs Around the World Saturday, December 9, 2017, 10:00am – 11:30am Among frog species, tremendous variation exists in reproduction and development. Dr. Michael Keck, Professor of Biology at Grayson College, will discuss the typical reproductive patterns of frogs from the United States and contrast them with various groups of frogs from other parts of the world, especially the tropics,…Read More

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