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Where to See Wildflowers Near Denton

It is officially Spring in North Texas, and that means things are blooming! You can find bluebonnets, daisies, sunflowers, and more seasonally in parks and green spaces in and around Denton. Essential to a healthy ecosystem and a necessary aspect of sustainability in our city, these wildflowers not…

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Pops Carter sculpture restored to former glory

You can keep a bluesman down, but not out. This week, after more than a year of painstaking restoration work, the sculpture of Pops Carter will be rededicated in its new home at the Patterson-Appleton Arts Center (PAAC), located at 400 E Hickory. The sculpture, which was created by Denton artist…

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9/11 Memorial to be Dedicated Tomorrow

I remember exactly where I was that morning 16 years ago. “Good Morning America” (GMA) with Charlie Gibson and Diane Sawyer filled the emptiness of the hotel room where I was attending the 2001 Texas Travel Summit in Austin. A lull in the usual pleasant GMA banter caught my attention. Chills ran up…

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#Dentoning, summer style

Headed to Denton to soak up those summer rays? There's so many ways to enjoy time with the family here in Lil' d while on a getaway the next few months. Here's some things you should know: As of June 1, there is a handheld ban in the City of Denton. This includes voice calls. However, if your phone…

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Celebrate Arbor Day at KDB’s Redbud Festival

On Saturday, Keep Denton Beautiful, Inc. (KDB) will play host to the 23rd-annual Denton Redbud Festival at the Denton Civic Center (321 E. McKinney Street) from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. This award-winning community festival – Denton’s official Arbor Day celebration – will feature dozens of vendor booths…

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