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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 13 July 2012

' ATI IF RECORD WEEKEND WITH ALPACAS FAMILY'S PASTURES OFFER FIBER, F BY NICOLE BALDERA8 When Jim Patrick and his family happened upon the swampy property off of U.S. Highway 380, they had almost given up searching for a place to retire in the aiva. Tall grass had taken over the seemingly uninhabitable estate, but for Jim, his wife, Rita, and daughter Stephanie, it was the perfect location to raise alpacas. "We originally were going to. get some goats and sheep for the ranch,'' Jim said. "Thru my son Jayson called me and told me about alpacas. I said 'What the hell is an alpaca?" After looking into the animals, which n s< •nil >li' a mix of llamas and camels, Jim made his mind up. "This might just be me, but when I look at alpacas I see unicorns," Jim said. ''They look mythical to me." More than 100 alpacas populate the secluded ranch and Irish-styled bed and breakfast. "If you stay out there long enough you will get to know them all," Jim said. "People ask me, "How do you rem...

Publication Title: On The Record
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 13 July 2012

ON THE RECORD VENTURE INTO THE WILD IR OF SHARKAROSA WILDLIFE RA BY PABLO ABAUZ PILOT POINT flexa®) - North Texas residents may be mare familiar with the opossums, cats and raccoons that call Denton home than the zebras, bearcats and camels at Sharkarosa Wildlife Ranch. About 20 miles northeast of the Square, nestled in the countryside by Ray Roberts Lake, the 126-acre ranch is home to more than 200 animals from 25 different speciess many of them endangered. A pair of colorful Central American macaw parrots greet visitors at the ranch's entrance, and a napping bearcat snoozes nearby Farther down the path, a capuchin monkey, an African-crested porcupine and several types of lemurs lounge about. Scott Edwards, owner and operator of Sharkarosa, said that keeping so many different animals healthy and happy could be a challenge, but that the ranch — one of the highest-ranked non-profit facilities in Texas licensed by the U. S. Department of Agriculture - wasup to the task. "We do a good ...

Publication Title: On The Record
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 13 July 2012

DET81 RECORD Chad Lussier, a volunteer at I lie ranch, drives the tour tram and supplies guests with information about the animals. "Most of the. animals were born here," Lussier said. "Tl ir herds are growing pretty vastly back here as far as the < leer, so stuff is constantly thriving." On the tour's last stop, a herd of dromedary camels from Southern India don't hesitate to get up close and personal. The playful camels are keen on taking food from the container on the tram. The rescue effort Many animals at I lie ranch are rescued from previous owners who couldn't properly care for them, Lussier said. Bamaby and Bailey are two black bear cubs that were rescued from negligent owners. Ail entertainment business would take the two-and-a-half-year-old cubs to supermalls and schools for sideshows and public displays. It's illegal to privately own a black bear in Texas without a certificate of registration. So when the former owners, were going to put them down, Sharkarosa raised $©...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 13 July 2012

ON THE RECORD PEACHY KEEN COUPLE ES :s ROSES PEAC BY HIGGLE BALDERAS A pe culiar little cardboard sign with 11 it* Words " I -pick peach- es, roses also" can be easily mistaken by passersby for a garage sale sign on the streets of Denton. Follow the signs directions and you'll wind up at Jim and Janet Harbi- son's peach orchard and rose garden at the back of a dead- end dirt road on Haggard Lane. "I started growing roses and exceed- ed the capacity in my house and back- yard," Jim Herbison said. "Then I ex- ceeded the capacity in my daughter's house and backyard." Running out of room to cultivates, Herbison sought out alternate prop- erty. ''This plot of land was on the mar- ket," he said. "The city denied build- ing permits on this land twice because of the creek going through part of it, but it'll grow roses and it'll grow peaches." The property, which he referred to as a "poison ivy farm" at the time of purchase, is lioW scenic and peaceful. A large tree casts a cool shadow on a ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 13 July 2012

NORTH TEXAS OUTDOORS BY JASON YANG & EMILY HOPKINS Denton is surrounded by the great outdoors. Sandwiched between two. scenic lakes - Lewisville to the south and Ray Roberts to the north - and vast expanses of nature, Dentonites have plenty of opportunities to escape all the stress of city-living this summer. Lewisville Lake The stimmer heat in North Texas can be unforgiving. This years temperature hasn't yet matched last; summer's record-setting heat wave and 40:day streak of 100-plus degree weather, but the combination of humidity and sunshine often makes the great; outdoors feel more like the great; pressure cooker. To help beat the heat, watercraft-rerital companies at Lewisville Lake offer services that take \orlli Texas residents out of the inferno and into the water. Just for Fun Watercraft Rental, hidden deep in the Eagle Point Marina at Lewisville Lake about 20 miles south of Denton, is open seven days a week from 9 a:m. to sunset. Located in a tiny brown shack just pas...

Publication Title: On The Record
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 13 July 2012

ON THE RECORD nationality of \i>ilor> to tin- lake \ar\ - Denton (let ii/<-tis and I .e\\i>\ill<> locals share the water \vi ll i outdoor enthusiasts from countries such as \uslria. < ierimny England, France and Brazil. Other watercraft rental facilities on the lake include Lake Lewisville Boat Rentals, Alpha Boat ami Jet Ski and .11 > Boat Bentals. Landlubbers need only look to Sneaky FeteJs Sports Bar — just a lew steps away from the water - for drinks, food, billiards, volleyball arid live music. Ray Roberts Lake Encompassing^ serene 30,000 acre-foot lake and 6,000 acres of preserved nature, Ray Roberts State Park offers enough wilderness and outdoor activity to distract from city-living for days at a lime.The land is vast and diverse: large post oak and red cedar trees stand tall while coyotes, foxes and bobcats skulk in the Johnson grass. Scissor-tailed flycatchers and great blue herons soar above I lie blue rippling waves of Ray Roberts Lake. The expans...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 13 July 2012

DET81 RECORD UP IN THE AIR DENTON'S DAREDEVILS BY MICHELLE HEATH Joe Carroll and Ms friends have spent countless hours building an intri- cate system of trails and jumps in a wooded area of Denton for bicycle moto- cross and other action sport enthusiasts to practice high-speed rides, But when asked where he does his rid- ing, Carroll will only say ".Can't1Tell You." Carroll, 33, will host a jam at Can t Tell You trails in July which will include camp- ing, food, beer and a nighttime contest tin- der generator-powered lights. The Jam started fouryears ago, a couple of years after Carroll, a Piano resident, found and cleared a new spot for his trails. "There's nothing like riding trails," Car- roll said. "It's absolute freedom. Tire only person.you're riding againstis gravity." The jam has already been postponed twice because of heavy storms. Carroll, who works 60 hours a week at Richardson Bike Mart, spends the rest of his free time digging and riding at CTY. The trails have a cover...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 13 July 2012

ON THE RECORD FOOD TRUCKS ON THE WAY CLEARS OBSTACLE TO MOBILE FOOD BY ASHLEY GRANT The City of Denton has stopped enforcing a provision of its food truck ordinance requiring mobile vendors to remain in one spot for no more than 18 minutes at a time, effectively clearing the way for eateries-pn-wheels to begin rolling in by the end of the summer. According to an informal staff report from the city's planning director, which was given to city council members and posted (inline. Denton will immediately abandon the application of a provision limiting food trucks' '"duration of stay at a given location." .Food truck operators, and. owners such as Gary Torres have been keeping a watchful eye on the. ordinance in Denton and say it's now just a matter of time before vendors begin making their rounds in the city. Torres' truck, Xaninii. which serves up a Vietnamese-fusion cuisine to customers in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, made its Denton debut at the 35 Denton music festival in March. "\\c...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 13 July 2012

ON THE RECORD DENTON SCARES "OUR CITY'S "S THE SUPERNATURAL SQUARE BY ASHLEY GRANT John B. Denton has been dead for more than 150 years, but profess sional storyteller Shelly Tucker says that hasn't kept the late pioneer and preacher from keeping a watchful eye on the city that bears his name. Standing next to D enton's grave on the lawn of the Courthouse-on-the-Square on a muggy Thursday night. Tucker spins a yarn she heard from a close friend. Illuminated by a string of yellow lights wrapped around a nearby tree. Tucker stares solemnly at the small, curious crowd gathered around her. She tells the crowd about her Mend's sighting of John B. Denton's ghost — yards away from his earthly remains, the pioneer's specter surveyed the city that bears his name- Tucker's. tale is the first story and first stop: of Denton Haunts, atour of the city's paranormal locales that is focusing on "scares on the Square'' this sitmmer. "The tour is mostly for entertainment, but ghost stories aren't jus...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 13 July 2012

ON THE RECORD ADVENTURE FIELD TRIPS TAKE A HIKE WITH REG CENTER'S FROGRAI BY NICOLE BALDERAS For UNT students who are. low on cash but seeling a thrill this summer, I hi' Pohl Recreation Centers Adventure Trips offer a fix that should satisfy any adventure junkie. With day trips ranging from $12 to $35, students can scrounge up some change and try their hand at canoeing, hiking and climbing within miles of D enton. M. lot of folks that go on our trips just want In get away from the university for a while," Outdoor Pursuits coordinator Kyle Tillnri said. "TIm'V want to take, a break from studying and classes;" Ho more than 10 people, including two university-required group leaders, are allowed on a trip, which program coordinators said was ideal for students who have little experience with outdoor activities, The excursions are intimate and In to reduce human impact on the environment. "Students typically get more than 11 icy expect from our trips," trip leader Angela De Los Santos s...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 13 July 2012

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 13 July 2012

rich 12.78 STARTING AT ABOUT Meal plans aren't jjult for on-campus residents; they're for the successful. And at our low prices, it's hard to find a better deal. We take care of all the hard work so all you have to do is show up, eat, and get on with your life. Plan to make it big; get a meal plan today. THE PLANS | Fall 2012 - Spring 2013 Traditional Plan prices are for 1 semester Traditional - designed for residents, but available to all students Choose Your Plan Meals Price/Meal Flex $ Plan Price Tax Total Savings*0 5 Day Basic 7 Day Basic 5 Day Value 7 Day Value Unlimited I $3.41* Unlimited $2.80* Unlimited $3.39* Unlimited I $2.78* $50 $1,211 $75 $1,406 $150 $1,301 $175 $1,496 $99 $116 $107 $123 $1,311 51% $1,522 60% $1,408 51% $1,619 60% Commute]: - available to students living off-campus or in Creek housing 8's Enough 1 -A-Day Commuter 160 Commuter 120 Commuter 80 136 $4.74 85 $4.88 160 $5.41 120 l$5.67 80 $5.94 $0 $645 $53 $698 32% $0 $415 $34 $449 30% $0 $865 $71 $936 22% $...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 13 July 2012

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 13 July 2012

UNT PLAYERS STAR AT FC DALLAS WPSL BY RYNE GANNOE thletes have varia- tions of the same dream: hitting the walk-off homerun in front of a sel1-out World Series crowd, shooting the game-winning three-pointer, nailing the fi- nal penalty kick to clinch a World Cup championship. For most, competing at a pro- fessional level will always be just that - a dream. But UNT students and Mean Geen soccer players Michelle Young, Kelsey Hodges, Katelyn Ross and UNT alumna Dani Watson are spending this summer chas- ing down their professional aspiration's by playing for FC Dallas WPSL, a semi-pro team in the Women's Premier Soccer League. "It's really an honor for me to get to play for this team," said Young, who started play- ing soccer when she was 3 years old. "I played for FC Dallas my whole life as a youth play- er. So getting to play through their semi-pro is probably one of the coolest things ever for me." Young, a 5-foot-4 forward with lightning-fast feet, scored 13 goals in 20 games for ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 13 July 2012

DET81 RECORD league some day we might get that chance to build an actu- ally pro league team here in Dallas," FC Dallas WPSL head coach Darrin Hedges thinks the team could expand into the WPSL Elite within the next two years. "That would be the lasting vision," Hedges said. "That would be the apex for me. Even if I'm not the coach, just to have a pro team here in Dallas with all the talent we have here." Hedges said playing for FC Dallas WPSL allows women on the team to chase their dreams of going pro. But it remains an uphill battle. Women's prof es'-si onal soccer is battling to even exist, and Hedges said WPSL :: 1 i te needed good corporate backing to become a profes- sional soccer powerhouse that could afford to pay its play- ers. "The NBA has the WNBA," Hedges said. "The MLS needs the WMLS. I hope for the wom- en in our game it does." As of July 5th, FC Dallas WPSL led its conference with an 8-1 record. The team's fi- nal regular season game will take place Sunday, July 15 at ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 13 July 2012

ONTHE RECORD GONE FISHIN' LINE DENTO BY KYLE HABTY Students trying to kick back and enjoy the summer break may want to consider investing in a rod and tackle. Fishing is one of the most popular outdoor sports in I lie • country, a great way to relax and the fastest-growing college; sport in the country, according to the Association of College Anglers. Denton sits conveniently betyyeen Lewisville Lake and Ray Roberts Lake, two sprawling man-made lakes that offer fishi ng opportunities on and offshore. Students created the LJNTBass Clul> in 2005 to churn interest in fishing and Compete in bass tournaments throughout the region .The 15-member club competes on lakes around .North Texas; against state rivals. Mechanical engineering senior William Cartwright, the club's vice president, has a unique way of describing his passion for fishing. "It's like NASCAR racing, a picnic and deer hunting all wrapped into one activity'' Cartwright said^ "Then there are the beautiful sunrises and sun...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 13 July 2012

DET81 RECORD WIFFLE WHILE YOU WORK OPINION: AMERICA'S LESS-KNOWN PASTIME BY H. DREW BLACKBURN Summertime: the season of relaxation, pools, ice-cold drinks and all-around fun. It may be excruciatingly hot SO far this summer, but it's best to enjoy the sun and warmth while they're still here. One of file best ways to enjoy that great shiny orb in the sky is to go out, be active and play some outdoor games. This summer, take a break from water- volleyball and Marco Polo: to play a game Saturated in nostalgia, imagination and America's pastime. \\ illle ball, a less-strenuous variation of baseball, allows those with big-league dreams to pretend they're ball players like Josh Hamilton and Nolan Ryan. Essentials You'll need a wiffle ball bat and a couple of wiffle balls. The game requires at least two people, but (lie more the merrier. Drinks are a must — stay hydrated with lemonade, • iatorade. water or perhaps some ice -cold Shiner Bock. Rules and Play Wiffle ball is a lot like baseball...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 13 July 2012

ONTHE RECORD ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION DENTONITES COMPCTE FOR BAR BUCKS BY ASHLEY-CRYSTAL FIRSTLEY Rappers whose names start with "fee," stars from the movie "Top Gun," Tom Landry's coaching re- cord and Madonna s 1980s discographyare not subjects most students get tested on. But for many TINT students and Denton residents, a working knowledge of topics as disparate as pop culture, IBS history and Greekinythologyis critical to victory in tlie live trivia Contests held almost every i light at different locations in Denton. The organization Challenge Enter- tainment provides the quizmasters, who, armed .with laptops, pencils, a microphone and lots of questions, challenge competing teams at local bars and restaurants such as Cool Beans Bar and Grill and Boomer- Jack'sWings. General studies senior and Cool Beans employee Nash Motley said trivia night at the bar, held every Tuesday night, xtsually TD PLAY iranFTTiTiiT3?li HUE TRIUIR THE nnSIAIERS PRE HSSIGIIED fl POinT URLUE BY THE TERm BR5E...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 13 July 2012

ON THE BECOBD BAR NONE: PASCHALL'S BY CAHOI J\E BASILE Hidden in plain sight from its loca- tion overlooking I lie Courthquse- nn the Square, a small, elegantly decorated bar provides a quiet respite from the hustle and heat of Denton in the summer. I'a.scl lall Bar, which features no sign an- nouncing its presence and is discretely stowed away one floor above Andy's Bar at 122 jSt Locust St., opened in October and has since earned a reputation as one of the city's best-kept secrets. "People kind of look at it as a secret hideout, and I love that." said Eric Pulido, who co-owns t he bar wit 11 his bandmates in 11 it- Denton-based rock group Midlake. Paschall features a large beer menu, including domestics, imports and loCal microbrews. Bartenders are well-versed in cocktail concoctions, including a drink named after the late writer Ernest Hem- ingway, who is also honored in a portrait hanging above Paschall's entry Comple- mentary nuts are on hand to help Custom- ers soak up the min...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 13 July 2012

(>N Tl 11RECORD SQUARE'S SUNSET SONGS DENTONITES ROCK FOR TWILIGHT TUNES BY ASHLEY- CRYSTAL FIRSTLEY Denton residents hustle overto the Courthouse-on-the-Square on a warm Thursday night to unload bags of food and drinks, prop their lawn chairs open and coyer the ground uilli blankets. Rone Doggie and I lie Hickory Street Hellraisers test out their instruments for a brief sound check as the sun sinks to- ward the horizon. The sky is a dark shade of blue and orange when the band starts. I .viT\ Thursday in May and June, the Denton Main Street Association hosts Twilight Tunes, a fee concert oil the Square for residents to enjoy an evening of live music, ice cream and the sunset at one? of the city's .most scenic spots. *lt just really is a way to highlight Den- ton's ability In recreate itself and recreate fun in its own way" said < liri>liiir Gos- sett, event coordinator at DMSA. For I!) years, Twilight Tunes has fea- tured Denton musicians who entertain families, friends and...

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