Denton Rewind: January 16, 2018
Denton Rewind highlights our photographers' best photos from news stories that were published over the past seven days.
Denton County property owners paying more for local schools
Ryan's Story: Father shares tips on how to prevent teen suicide
Charter schools continue to boom in Texas, and Denton County is no exception
Charter schools continue to expand across the state, North Texas included. According to transfer data from the Texas Education Agency, nearly 5,000 students living within Denton County school district boundaries have enrolled in area charter schools.
In the Schools: Jan. 10, 2018
Five Denton Calvary students sang in the Texas Private School Music Educators Association All-Region Choir Concert last weekend at Abilene Christian University.
'It comes in waves': As kids come back from winter break, area schools strive to stave off flu
Leiza Castro goes through eight bottles of hand sanitizer every year. A daily dousing has become a necessity, especially now, as she finds herself surrounded each day by 24 often runny noses. Castro and her kindergarten students returned to W.S. Ryan Elementary School last week to kick off the spring semester, but several spent the holidays recovering from stomach viruses or the flu. But the sickness isn't just relegated to Ryan.
Blotter: Rubber Gloves owner arrested after allegedly assaulting former employee
Josh Baish, the owner of Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios, was arrested in the early-morning hours of Friday after police said he punched a former employee in the eye.
In the Schools: Dec. 20, 2017
Four Lake Dallas ISD culinary teams placed in the top five spots at the Denton County 4-H Food Challenge hosted by Krum High School earlier this month.
Denton ISD hosts suicide-prevention speaker
John Halligan will share his son's story and the impact bullying can have on young people during a free community presentation next week.