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Future of veterans treatment court at stake in race for County Criminal Court No. 3
Longtime Denton County prosecutor Forrest Beadle wants to unseat Judge David Garcia from the position he's held in County Criminal Court No. 3 since 1998.
Two Republican hopefuls vie for Denton County Criminal Court No. 2
Denton NAACP banquet to feature Theresa Braddy
Early voting for March primaries begins Tuesday; sites listed
Early voting for the March 6 primaries begins Tuesday and continues through Friday, March 2. On Tuesday, March 6, voters must go to their voting precinct to cast their ballot.
Durrance files for Denton mayor
Longtime Denton attorney Neil Durrance submitted his application to run for Denton mayor, squaring off with the incumbent Chris Watts.
After Florida shooting, Republican candidates stay on script during Denton forum
The Florida shooting was a topic for discussion during Thursday's candidate forum hosted by the Denton Chamber of Commerce.
Group returns to take children with disabilities, illnesses on free flights
UNT's next international social hour to emphasize Japan
Paxton tells Lewisville, two other districts to quit politicking in primaries
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton issued cease-and-desist letters to three public school districts, including Lewisville, asking them to stop "unlawful electioneering" and demanding that they delete "political messaging" shared from social media accounts and get-out-the-vote videos.
Denton ISD calls election for $750 million bond project
Denton school board members voted unanimously Tuesday night to put a $750 million bond measure on the May election ballot. If it passes, the five-year package would be the most expensive in Denton ISD’s history.
In the Schools: Feb. 21, 2018
No weapons found after police investigate potential threats at Denton-area schools
Republican club endorses four hopefuls in Denton County primaries; Armey endorses Latham
The club endorsed Pat Fallon, Ron Simmons, Susan Piel and David Garcia.