Letters to the editor, April 23
Barbara Burns attended the majority of Denton school board meetings for seven years before being elected to her first term on the board.
Letters to the editor, April 22
Letters to the editor, April 21
Denton ISD bond package addresses priorities
On May 5, voters in the Denton school district will have the opportunity to vote for the future of our students. We had the privilege of serving as co-chairs of a 57-person Citizens Advisory Committee that studied the needs of the district and then made a recommendation to the board of trustees for the bond package that will require no tax rate increase for the district.
Michael C. Burgess: Tax reform making real difference for all
In 1986, our phones had cords, Ronald Reagan was president and a copy of the Denton Record-Chronicle cost 25 cents. It also was the last time Congress passed comprehensive tax reform -- until last fall.
Tom Rosshirt: Former first lady left legacy of compassion
My brother Matt died of AIDS 26 years ago today, passing away in his bed in my parents’ home in Houston.
U.S. must counter Russian intrusions
The latest alert from the United States and Britain about Russian intrusion into computer networks contains alarming conclusions. Earlier warnings were issued about Russian meddling in social media, election systems and energy, water and aviation controls.
Fiscal watchdog sounds alarm
Paperless voting systems must go
Take steps to improve Texas maternal health
Here's a headline worth repeating: Texas does not have the worst maternal mortality rate in the developed world.