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Voting turnout heavy so far — Heavy voter turnout countywide includes the city of Denton, where twice as many people have already cast ballots during early voting than did in all the spring election. Nearly 10,500 Denton residents voted between Oct. 20 and Wednesday on seven local propositions in addition to state and county races.

Football: Guyer dances to 5-6A title — Guyer sophomore quarterback Shawn Robinson didn't have to dig too deep into the Wildcats' playbook to find success Thursday night. In fact, he didn't even have a chance. After he'd run eight offensive plays against Keller Timber Creek, he had paced the Wildcats to a quick three-touchdown lead with three identical deep touchdown passes as they eventually rolled to a 58-21 win at C.H.
Oct 31, 2014

In a game that was over soon after it began, @DentonGuyerFB clinched the District 5-6A title. #txhsfb

Women’s soccer: Phillips, Holden shine as UNT seeks first C-USA title — Tori Phillips realized just how different life in college would be a few weeks ago when she plopped down in her seat before one of her first classes at North Texas. Phillips took a look around and realized she was one face in a crowd of 700.
Oct 31, 2014

DRC: Home school products Phillips, Holden shine for UNT women's soccer team as Mean Green week first C-USA title

What you need to know: Keller Timber Creek — All that separates Guyer from its first district championship at the state's largest classification is a new program riding a five-game losing streak after starting the season 3-0 before hitting the District 5-6A schedule.
Oct 30, 2014

What you need to know about tonight's game between Keller Timber Creek and @DentonGuyerFB: #txhsfb

Football: Carrillo, Wildcats seek better showing — In last week's win over Trophy Club Nelson, Guyer's traditionally strong run defense allowed Bobcat running back Courtney Miles to run for 181 yards before he left with an injury two series into the second half. At some point near the end of the first half, Guyer junior linebacker Michael Carrillo had seen enough while watching from the sideline in shorts and his jersey.
Oct 30, 2014

The @DentonGuyerFB defense will still be w/o @Carl_Thompson52 tonight, but it'll be stronger than last week: #txhsfb

Attorney who sued city disbarred — The State Bar of Texas has disbarred the attorney who filed a mineral takings lawsuit against the city. Charles Chandler Davis of Argyle appeared before a special disciplinary panel on Sept. 26 and received a judgment of disbarment on Oct. 2, according to documents obtained in an open records request.

Briefly in business — Armadillo Ale Works has purchased property to develop a brewery in Denton, the company announced Friday. The brewery will be across from the University of North Texas' Apogee Stadium at 1512 Interstate 35W. The building is 40,000 square feet. The company was formed in Denton, and they have been brewing beer at Deep Ellum Brewing Co.
Oct 29, 2014

It has been one of my favorite restaurants ever! @pollotropical is now in #Denton! Nice! via @dentonrc @jennafduncan

Men’s basketball: Pantego Christian center commits to UNT — Rickey Brice was looking for more than just a college where he could continue his basketball career when he began sorting through a long list of scholarship offers over the last few months. The Pantego Christian Academy standout also wanted to find a place with coaches and players who felt like family.
Oct 29, 2014

DRC (today's story in the paper): Pantego Christian center Rickey Brice commits to UNT via @dentonrc

EPA seeks input on safety of strontium — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is accepting public comment about its preliminary determination to regulate strontium, a naturally occurring element found in drinking water that can negatively impact bone strength. The EPA's commenting period opened Monday and lasts until Friday, Dec. 19.