Category : News

Councilman Rich Refutes Mayor’s Claim

March 20th, 2017 by

This is an open letter from Aubrey councilman Chris Rich, place 2. Why I got Involved When the City entered into the Development Agreement for Jackson Ridge a few years ago, the city’s goal was to expand its water system into the ETJ.  At the time, that was a solid plan that had no known […]

More Than Just A Congressman

February 16th, 2016 by

I received a call Saturday night from some good friends of ours here in Aubrey. I’d like to say I handled the call in a calm and rational manner but I had to ask him to repeat what he had told me three times before my brain could process that he was telling me they […]

Increased Security At Aubrey Schools – Threats Caused By Dress Code Violation

October 15th, 2015 by

Aubrey ISD has received some negative publicity recently due to their enforcement of their dress code policy. Two middle school girls wore jackets with air force logos larger than the 1.5 by 1.5 inches as specified in the dress code and were asked not to wear the jackets any more during in-class school hours. This […]

Welcome Jacan Farmer New JR Reporter

September 1st, 2015 by

Aubrey News would like to give a warm welcome to our newest JR reporter, Jacan Farmer. Jacan just started his Freshman year at Aubrey High School and he enjoys the concept of journalism. He also enjoys subjects such as Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics and plans to become a teacher after college. Jacan is also involved in many […]

Kaitlyn Wofford

Welcome Kaitlyn Wofford New JR Reporter

August 11th, 2015 by

We would like to give a warm welcome to Aubrey’s newest JR Reporter, Kaitlyn Wofford. Starting her junior year at Aubrey High School, Kaitlyn has an interest in journalism as well as genetics, and zoology. She is very involved in extra activities  such as Denton County 4-H and also enjoys volunteering with several North Texas zoos. […]

Aubrey Council Discusses Land Use and Sex Offenders

July 23rd, 2015 by

A short-staffed Aubrey City Council met last night to tackle a rather lengthy agenda after having to cancel last month’s regular meeting due to a lack of a quorum. The agenda included Mayoral Proclamations to the Greenbelt Alliance and Cub Scouts Troop 811 as well as an award presentation to Keep Aubrey Beautiful. There were […]

Railroad Crossing Closed Saturday June 6th

June 5th, 2015 by

ROAD CLOSURE NOTICE – FM 428, where Main St turns into Springhill Rd, will be closed at the railroad crossing tomorrow, Saturday, June 6th from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. TXDOT is closing the road at the request of Union Pacific Railroad for repairs to the crossing. The “official” detour will be to take Sherman […]

Police Body Cameras Benefit the Public and the Police

June 3rd, 2015 by

No supervisor wants to get that call claiming one of their officers is being accused of misconduct. And, fortunately, those calls don’t come very often. But, when the accusation is made it has to be investigated. In 2005 our Sergeant (now Lieutenant) fielded one of those complaints and spent a significant amount of time clearing […]

Flooding & Flash Flooding Threat Increases Next 7 Days

May 19th, 2015 by

We are expected to get heavy rainfall over the next 7 days and with our grounds already saturated the rains could cause flooding and flash flooding in our area. Be cautious on roadways as they could become hazardous. As you can see from the map provided by the National Weather Service the Aubrey area is in […]

Suspect Caught

March 4th, 2015 by

Thanks in part to the intense public attention and the fast response of the community, Timothy Paul Curry (Bryant) was apprehended by Denton Police late this afternoon on his outstanding felony warrants. He is being transported to Denton County jail where he will be arraigned later tonight or tomorrow.