A post office called Denton has been in operation since 1888. The town was established at its present site when the railroad was extended to that point.
Denton is located at 47°19′8″N 109°56′48″W(47.318923, -109.946610).
According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 0.76 square miles (1.97 km2), all of it land.
As of the census of 2010, there were 255 people, 120 households, and 64 families residing in the town. The population density was 335.5 inhabitants per square mile (129.5/km2). There were 156 housing units at an average density of 205.3 per square mile (79.3/km2). The racial makeup of the town was 99.2% White and 0.8% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 2.0% of the population.
Walter A. Coslet, science fiction fan and officer of the National Fantasy Fan Federation, lived here.
Don Koehler, one of the few people on record to grow over eight feet tall.
James A. Shelton, Navy ensign who received the Navy Cross posthumously for his service during the Battle of Midway.
Here below is a PDF of the old speller back in the day. Websters way taught children better to learn English Grammar. Unfortunately they don’t teach this in our public schools today. Here is the PDF below:
Fox News host Sean Hannity’s career began the last place you might expect: on the liberal campus of UC Santa Barbara, where he hosted a shock-jock radio show in which he tore into the news media and offered up flatly wrong theories about AIDS.
It was 1989. Hannity was a 27-year-old college dropout from Long Island when he scored a job at UCSB’s radio station. But, as the Washington Post reported, he was soon fired for offenses that included egging on a guest “who claimed that AIDS was spreading among gay men because they consumed each other’s feces,” and telling a lesbian mother he felt sorry for her child. The details — and what he did next — are the subject of our new “Shoot This Now” podcast, which you can listen on Appleor Spotify or here
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After enlisting the American Civil Liberties Union in his fight to return to the college airwaves, Hannity went on to a job in Alabama. The Post reports that Hannity’s official station biography said he “made a proud name for himself by insulting lesbians.”
He would later, of course, go on to criticize the ACLU for what he saw as its liberal bias. But he has expressed regret over the college radio-show comments.
“Almost 30 years ago when I was starting out in radio in my 20s, I interviewed a controversial guest who made several incendiary comments. I was young and stupid with no clue how to do a show. I’m actually very libertarian on social issues and people’s personal lives. I’m now 56 years old and yes, I freely admit the comments in my 20s were ignorant and embarrassing,” Hannity said in a statement.
Hannity’s past homophobic comments are notable today because of the host’s recent feud with Jimmy Kimmel, in which Kimmel insinuated that Hannity was sexually submissive to President Trump. Kimmel apologized, saying: “By lampooning Sean Hannity’s deference to the president, I most certainly did not intend to belittle or upset members of the gay community and to those who took offense, I apologize.”
A code of conduct that George Washington wrote down and practiced. How to be a good Gentleman! Great read for any child. Or teenager adult. Not sure where young Washington copied these codes. But they were definitely apart of his life.