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Property Values Way Up In North Texas

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NORTH TEXAS(CBS11)Property values are up across North Texas—and the clock is ticking for homeowners who plan to protest. Because the 31st falls on a Sunday, homeowners have until midnight Monday, June 1st to file notice of a protest. 391 more words

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VISTA Member Efforts Increase Fundraiser’s Impact

Giving HOPE, Inc. is dedicated to giving a hand up to those experiencing or at-risk of homelessness through advocacy, community collaboration, and rental assistance. Currently 9% of Denton county residents live below the poverty-line; of that, 5.9% were families. 177 more words

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Why I Ride DCTA - E.A. "Rex" King III

Rex of Denton has found many benefits to riding the DCTA A-train. Here’s what else he had to say about DCTA:

Q: What do you enjoy most about riding DCTA?

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Lake Lewisville Inches Towards Spillway Crest

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DENTON COUNTY(CBS11) – Another day, another rain storm.  It’s trend many in Denton County are hoping will soon end.

“Everybody always says we could use some more rain,” said James Howell of Sanger. 223 more words

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VISTA Member’s Dedication to Denton County Food Drive Makes a Big Impact

Serve Denton  is a non-profit agency in Denton, TX dedicated to helping other non-profit agencies achieve their missions and advance the common good of Denton County through co-location, collaboration and communication. 312 more words

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LISTEN: Top 10 Songs for Your A-train Rail Trail Adventure!

Whether you bike to school, walk to a DCTA station or hit the pavement for a weekend run, DCTA’s A-train Rail Trail is a great place to start. 151 more words

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Floodgates Fully Open At Lake Ray Roberts

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DENTON (CBSDFW.COM) – The floodgates are fully open at Lake Ray Roberts. The Army Corps of Engineers made the decision to start releasing the water at 100 percent, and the gates were opened up at around 6:30 p.m. 176 more words

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