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Denton County and the surrounding has surpassed a COVID-19 threshold that will affect local businesses, nursing homes and hospitals, according to a news release from... [Read More]
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For at least the next week, many North Texas businesses are now subject immediately to greater restrictions after seven straight days where the percentage of... [Read More]
Denton County announced Thursday that four more county residents have died as a result of COVID-19, including a resident of Corinth and a resident of... [Read More]
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More than 25,000 Denton County residents have tested positive for the coronavirus and had those results passed along to Denton County Public Health, according to... [Read More]
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Another 490 county residents have tested positive for the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, according to Denton County Public Health data released Wednesday afternoon. [Read More]
Denton County passed 6,000 active COVID-19 cases among county residents, according to new data released Wednesday by Denton County Public Health. Before the current surge... [Read More]
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A bill filed by state Rep. Michelle Beckley would allow Denton County residents to vote at any polling location on Election Day — a convenience... [Read More]
Denton County Public Health reported a single-day record 492 new COVID-19 cases Wednesday with no new deaths. Meanwhile, in Collin County, the state health... [Read More]
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A longtime Denton County law enforcement official has died of a COVID-19-related illness, county officials announced late Tuesday. [Read More]
A longtime Denton County law enforcement official has died of a COVID-19-related illness, county officials announced late Tuesday. [Read More]
The Denton County Sheriff's Office is attempting to identify two suspects involved in multiple home burglaries near Argyle and Ponder. The suspects' M.O. was to... [Read More]
Precinct 2 Chief Deputy Constable M. Wayne Rhodes served Denton County for 25 years. He recently lost his battle with COVID-19. [Read More]
Denton County has announced that the Precinct 2 Chief Deputy Constable has died from a COVID-19-related illness. [Read More]
Denton County Public Health says COVID-19 cases are growing in almost every age group, especially those under 19. The county only expects those numbers to... [Read More]
Precinct 2 Chief Deputy Constable M. Wayne Rhodes has died from a COVID-19-related illness, the county announced Tuesday night. Rhodes, who has been serving with... [Read More]
Denton County once again broke its record for the largest single-day increase in locals confirmed to have the coronavirus Tuesday. [Read More]
With North Texans on the verge of facing another round of restrictions, Denton County Public Health Director Matt Richardson says Denton County has entered new... [Read More]
As Denton County and the 18 other counties in Trauma Service Area E continue to see increased COVID-19 activity, county officials are expecting closures and... [Read More]
The Denton Holiday Lighting Festival has a different plan for this year, and officials announced hours for the virtual festival on Friday and Saturday, which... [Read More]
Chief Rhodes, who has been serving with Denton County since 1995, first started his law enforcement career with the Denton County Sheriff's Office. [Read More]
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