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The Mom of No: Vacation time

The Family of No recently went on our summer beach vacation. We all had a great time, relaxing on the beach as the waves...

Rogers: Tell legislators to protect schools, not harm them

By KEVIN ROGERS, Ph.D. Lewisville ISD Superintendent Lewisville ISD students, staff, parents and community members, I hope you are enjoying your summer! Although school is not...

Children’s Advocacy Center could benefit from bump in city funding

When children in Denton County are the victims of unspeakable crimes, nonprofit social service agency Children’s Advocacy Center for Denton County provides case investigation,...

Print Edition – 7/29/2017

Here is the July 29, 2017 print edition of The Lewisville Texan Journal: Get a copy at any of these locations. Want home delivery of The...
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Review: new wave of steadycam action continues with ‘Atomic Blonde’

8/10 “Atomic Blonde” is an intentionally confusing, icy cool synthpop-noir with some fun gender reversals that turns what was a unique action franchise into...

Those with Alzheimer’s, related dementia and their caregivers can find ‘Oasis’ in Lewisville

  Four hours out of 168 a week doesn’t seem like much time. It is, however, enough to give caregivers who monitor their loved ones...

Flying trapeze classes available in Lewisville

  Lewisville Texans can learn how to fly. Skyline Trapeze hosts flying trapeze lessons for the public and trains international aerial artists for shows and performances....

Hebron Parkway full closure this weekend

Via the City of Lewisville: Hebron Parkway will be completely closed to through traffic between Railroad Street and Lakepointe Drive on Saturday morning, July 29,...

Nightly full closures of SB I-35E collector-distributor lanes

All lanes of the southbound Interstate 35E collector-distributor lanes will be closed from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 2 through Sunday, Aug. 6. During...

Parker files bill to limit state spending growth

State Rep. Tan Parker, R-Flower Mound, filed H.B. 208 Tuesday, July 18, proposing to limit the biennial growth in state spending to no more...