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Denton schools take different routes to protest gun violence
Local students, in conjunction with 2,600 other campuses across the country, walked out of class Friday morning to protest gun violence on the 19th anniversary of the Columbine school shooting in Colorado.
Pilot Point school board candidates talk safety, STAAR and infrastructure
O'Rourke to make campaign stop in Denton on Friday
Denton residents form dueling SPACs related to school bond proposal
Those yellow signs all over town asking Denton ISD voters to support the district's $750 million bond package didn't come cheap, but the group behind them has some cash to spare.
Democrats hold runoff debate for Texas House District 64 candidates
Texas House hopefuls Andrew Morris and Mat Pruneda will debate each other from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Saturday, April 28, in Room 190 on the Corinth campus of North Central Texas College.
Candidates get snappy at forum
Some city and school candidates sparred with each other while three others left their chairs empty altogether Wednesday night in a forum organized by the Denton chapter of the League of Women Voters.
Denton Rewind: April 24, 2018
Blotter: Two teens detained for burglarizing cars at student living apartments, police say
Denton County commissioner Precinct 4 candidates talk experience, possible conflicts of interest
Jim Carter and Dianne Edmondson, who are running for the Republican nomination for Denton County's Precinct 4 commissioner seat, faced each other in a GOP candidate forum Wednesday.
Denton school board candidate forms specific-purpose PAC for campaign contributions
David Shuck, a Place 2 candidate for the Denton ISD school board, formed a specific-purpose political action committee to funnel his campaign contributions through. The campaign finance documents for the Friends of David Shuck specific-purpose committee show the candidate taking in $4,865 in political contributions.
Denton County's tax rolls up almost 20 percent
Robson Ranch garage sale postponed until April 28
Four candidates campaign for two seats on Krum school board
Current board members Brad Andrus, a real estate agent, and Eric Borchardt, a banker, will face traffic supervisor Joe Galicia and information technology designer Robert Dollins in the May election. Because the seats are at large and not divided by places, the two men who receive the highest number of votes will be declared the winners.