She will face Democrat David Heiman of The Colony in the November general election.
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Tue Mar 04, 2014
Horn holds fast; runoff in DA race
Denton County Judge Mary Horn fought off two challengers in Tuesday's primary election to hold on to the Republican nomination for the county's top job, but District Attorney Paul Johnson is headed to a runoff in his bid for another term, according to complete but unofficial returns.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Wise County Messenger Online
E-cigs draw attention of kids, officials
Electronic-cigarettes, also called e-cigs, are battery-operated nicotine inhalers.E-cigs work by burning liquid on a small heating element inside the smoking device.
Everything's coming up yellow roses
Market Street blossoms in Flower Mound, Texas, with local produce, Texas-raised beef, artisan bakery products, unique gifts, competitive groceries, the biggest gluten-free selection in town and superior customer service.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Flower Mound Plastic Surgery Offers Patients Facelift Surgery
Flower Mound February 26, 2014 - With age, gravity can begin to have an effect on one's appearance, especially on the face.
Let the widening begin
Officials mark the beginning of roadway construction for FM1171 from Shiloh Road to Interstate 35 West expected to begin in March.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Candidates report campaign contributions
Incumbent District Attorney Paul Johnson trailed his challengers in campaign fundraising last month but still has more than twice as much cash on hand as his two opponents combined heading into Tuesday's primary election, according to campaign finance reports.
United Supermarkets' upscale Market Street banner has become a welcome addition to the Dallas/Ft.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Ladies' Paint Night to benefit Warrior Ranch
Leslie Booth, co-owner of Wild Brush Studios in McKinney, and her sister-in-law, Woodland Elementary School teacher Jayme Hayes, decided recently to host a painting night to raise funds to benefit the Freedom Care Warrior Project's Warrior Ranch.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Precinct 4 JP incumbent facing three challengers
Hand is squaring off against attorneys Albert Filidoro Jr. and Harris Hughey, and self-employed, entertainment booking manager Scott Smith in the March 4 Republic primary election.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
Times Record News
Rider rolls at Elite 8
Rider's Conner Curry topped the boys individual standings Friday night, part of a superb showing by the Raiders at the Flower Mound Elite 8 Tournament.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Background checks done on candidates
The Denton Record-Chronicle completed background checks on all the candidates in the March 4 primary elections, including incumbents and those who are running unopposed.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Data Effort Aims to Help Reduce Child Deaths
The Department of Family and Protective Services has ramped up its efforts to conduct predictive data analysis and reduce the high turnover of CPS caseworkers, the agency's commissioner told a panel of senators on Thursday.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Senate Hearing Will Assess Progress on Women's Health
State senators will hold a hearing Thursday to assess Texas' efforts to expand access to women's health services across the state.
Tyler Morning Telegraph
Silent movie discovered that captures Nacogdoches in 1938
A rare piece of Nacogdoches history has been unearthed this week. This isn't an Indian artifact, an ancient document, or a grainy photo, as exciting as those always are in the Oldest Town in Texas.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Dallas Comic-Con Moves Home
The Dallas Comic Convention will be under new ownership and a new roof when it opens its doors to the costumed masses this May. The convention group announced on its website that Fan Expo HQ, a division of the Swiss/British company Informa, now owns the Dallas Comic Con.
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Chief's Weekly Update - Lewisville Police Department
Week of February 10, 2014 - February 16, 2014 PATROL OPERATIONS Resident Catches Burglars On Wednesday, February 12th, a resident in the 1100 block of Meriwood Drive arrived at his residence and found two suspects inside.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
Dallas Morning News
Flower Mound fire chief announces plans to retire after 28 years
Eric Metzger, who served as chief for 22 years, said he plans to move to east Texas with his wife Janice to get back in touch with their rural roots.