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‘Clear the Shelters’ adoption event July 23

In an effort to save animal lives, reduce overcrowding in shelters, and promote animal adoptions, all Dallas-Fort Worth Regional Animal Shelters have been asked...

Applications now being accepted for the Citizen Police Academy

Lewisville Police Department is now taking applications for the 39th Citizen Police Academy. It’s an informative partnership between citizens and police officers established for...

AirCheckTexas can help replace and repair vehicles

A popular emissions-reduction program is accepting applications With millions of dollars in funding available, the AirCheckTexas Drive a Clean Machine program continues to accept applications....

Pets of the week – 6/25/2016

MAX Sex: male Breed: Chihuahua Age: 5-7 years Weight: 9 pounds Hi, I am Max and I am one friendly little chiweenie-type dog. Everyone loves me, including kids and...

Texas Peace Officers’ Memorial Ride 2016

By Sgt. JESSE HUNTER Lewisville Police Department Honor Guard Rain, thunder, and hail woke us up early on Saturday, April 30, 2016. The first day of...

Lewisville sweetens the pot for Mary Kay’s move

By STEVE SOUTHWELL The Lewisville City Council approved a reinvestment zone and property tax breaks for the new Mary Kay Cosmetics manufacturing and research &...

City buys land for Fire Station 3

City council closed on a purchase of land for the next Fire Station 3. The city bought land on Round Grove Road for $750,000 to...

Print edition – June 25, 2016

Here is the June 25, 2016 print edition of The Lewisville Texan Journal: You can find free copies at any of these locations. Want home...

City eases restrictions for chickens

With recently relaxed restrictions on owning chickens, more Lewisville residents can now wake up, go to the backyard and grab fresh eggs. Originally a resident...

Car hits pedestrian, crashes into hotel

By STEVE SOUTHWELL steve@LewisvilleTexan.com A man was hospitalized after being struck by a car Friday afternoon around 2 p.m.  Lewisville Police Captain Scott Haynes said that a...