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Why I Ride DCTA - Stefanie Houseman

Stefanie of Denton rides the A-train to get around the DFW Metroplex. See what she had to say about us:

Q: What do you enjoy most about riding DCTA?

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More Mosquito Pools And Humans In North Texas Test Positive For West Nile Virus

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NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) — Reports of more humans and mosquitoes testing positive for West Nile virus are rolling in.

Dallas County Health and Human Services (DCHHS) and the Denton County Health Department both reported new cases of West Nile virus Monday. 354 more words

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TechShare.Juvenile: juvenile case management system (JCMS) live in 250 counties across Texas, what’s next?

As of August 2015, there are now 250 of the 254 counties in Texas accessing the same juvenile case management system. Unlike many other states in the U.S., Texas gives its counties local control over technology solutions and how they are implemented to effectively manage their respective jurisdictions. 690 more words

Technology

VISTA Member Works to Ensure People Receive Needed Assistance

Our Daily Bread is a community soup kitchen that serves a free, nutritious lunch meal Monday through Friday to the hungry and homeless in Denton County, TX.  186 more words

AmeriCorps VISTA

VISTA North Texas Member Shares Volunteer Recruitment Successes

Habitat for Humanity of Denton County is dedicated to eliminating poverty housing by providing families a hand up toward home-ownership. VISTA member, Salome Clarke, recently shared her volunteer recruitment successes as a guest speaker on a VISTA Campus webinar entitled “Innovative Volunteer Recruitment”. 86 more words

AmeriCorps VISTA

Hilltop Happenings: Newsletters from Flow Hospital

The Denton Public Library recently acquired 11 issues of the “Hilltop Happenings” a newsletter that was published for the employees of Flow Memorial Hospital. The newsletters have been digitized and are available on UNT’s… 154 more words

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