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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, both Aubrey and Pilot Point ISDs are using technology and distance learning to help area kids stay up to date with their course work.

Aubrey and Pilot Point ISDs both make some use of technology in their standard operations but are no...

School districts close  to prevent exposures across communities

Denton County schools, including Pilot Point ISD and Aubrey ISD, announced Tuesday they will continue their extended closures through April 3 with the possibility of extending the break as needed. 

Tioga ISD...

Barber Alois Pelzel hung up his clippers and retired March 6 after 47 years in the same barbershop on the Pilot Point Square.

From noon to 5 p.m., Pilot Point residents gathered at the Pelzel’s Barbershop & Salon and Southern Junkies Boutique & Gifts shop for a come-and...

Bearcats’ catcher has learned value of working hard

Caden Koerbacher likes to stay at home most of the time. He likes to work and make money, usually helping out his dad framing houses. In his free time, he likes to hang out with friends and play video games. 

But i...

February 27, 2020

The Bloomfield Schoolhouse is good to go.

Chris Aquinaldo, a member of the Historic Review Board and a professional contractor, worked on renovating the historic structure to allow it to reopen to the public.

“I’m not sure [whether] it took on water, but the foundation w...

February 20, 2020

There’s a push for better access to the historic St. John’s Cemetery near Pilot Point.  

Shaun Treat presented about Quakertown and the Ku Klux Klan’s involvement in Denton County, including Pilot Point, in past decades at Denton City Council Member Keely G. Briggs Dist...

February 13, 2020

Garage Door Theater presents Western with punky twist

Pilot Point Community Opera House is setting up to present the old Western farce, “The Death and Life of Sneaky Fitch” Feb. 21.

A traditional farce is loaded with clichés, director Charlene Ledbetter said. The play, w...

Hometown met home movies Friday evening at the Opera House.

Lifelong Pilot Point residents and newcomers filled just about every seat in the stage room in the Opera House to learn about the town’s history by watching something akin to Granny’s home movies as part of Rem...

Pilot Point senior developed passion for basketball early in life

If you ask Jabari Anderson if he would like to have the responsibility to take the game winning shot every time, his answer, without hesitation, will be a strong yes. 

Anderson found the love for basketbal...

Cross Roads approves zoning change for planned development

For the Cross Roads Market Square project, the second time was the charm.

At their joint Monday night meeting, the Cross Roads Planning and Zoning Commission and the Town Council approved changing the zoning...

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