School board candidates take on final forum
With the early voting period less than 24 hours away, Denton school board candidates took a final round of questions at a Sunday afternoon candidate forum put on by the Denton Community Council of Parent-Teacher Associations.
Science, not silence
State funding top issue for Krum, Ponder school board candidates
Local artist to host summer art camp
Drawing. Painting. Sculpture. Ceramics. Ages 5 and up can learn art technique in a summer camp.
UNT student to lead group on cross-country journey to benefit charity
More than 100 Pi Kappa Phi brothers with a goal to raise $5,000 each divide into three routes and cycle across the country in the Journey of Hope.
Candidates for City Council, Denton school board make final pushes at LWV forum
Local candidates faced tough questions on environmental issues Thursday night, but in a twist, questions about natural gas wells and solar energy were lobbed to candidates running for the Denton school board, not those running for City Council.
Blotter: Police locate driver involved in hit-and-run fatality
Denton police search for hit-and-run suspect
Lake Dallas, Sanger school board races stack up
Four seats are contested in two local school board races as the May election inches closer. In Lake Dallas ISD, Blake Abbe will challenge incumbent Tim Hicks for his Place 6 spot, while current board President Lance Stacy runs unopposed for his Place 5 seat. Sanger ISD voters will see a busy ballot with a $26.7 million bond package proposal and six candidates running for three open board places.
Briefly: University of North Texas
Michael Thomas, who is working toward a doctorate in chemistry, earned a $34,000 stipend for up to five years from the National Science Foundation's graduate research fellowship.
Briefly in the Arts
Journalists honored by governor's office for reporting on people with disabilities
Denton LULAC, NAACP spotlight local candidates
Questions for candidates Saturday morning showed that voters remain concerned about getting good government from both the Denton City Council and Denton ISD school board.