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Lewisville man who was hit by car has died

Dustin Drabek, 27, of Lewisville died Friday, Dec. 22 from injuries sustained when he was hit by a car. On Dec. 8, Drabek and his...

Keep Lewisville Beautiful announces 2017 yard of the month

Keep Lewisville Beautiful has announced its 2017 December yard of the month winners. The best of season went to a complex display on 1288 Winnipeg...

Man stabbed was on mission with suspect to buy narcotics

Three alleged heroin users in search of drugs Thursday night in Lewisville ended up in an altercation where one was stabbed in the head...

Print Edition – 12/20/17

Here is the December 20, 2017 print edition of The Lewisville Texan Journal: The Lewisville Texan Journal's stories are available free online at LewisvilleTexan.com anytime....

Candidates locked in for March primaries

The candidates to represent Lewisville Texans in the federal, state and county level governments after the 2018 mid-terms were finalized during last week’s deadline...

Council re-establishes contractor regulations, raises waste fees and Valley Ridge speed limit

In a brief, 30-minute regular meeting, Lewisville City Council re-established regulations requiring contractors to register with the city, raised the price of solid waste...

Suspects caught in 418 pound marijuana bust already out of jail

The two people who were charged Saturday with possession of 418 pounds of marijuana in a U-Haul trailer bonded out of jail Sunday --...

DCTA honors state senator

Texas State District 12 senator Jane Nelson (R- Flower Mound), who represents a large portion of Lewisville, was honored last week by the Denton...

City Council to vote on contractor registration, trash disposal cost increase

During its Dec. 18 regular meeting, the Lewisville City Council will consider forming a contractor registration board and requiring independent contractors to register with...

Lewisville police net 418 pounds of marijuana in Saturday bust

Less than six hours after receiving an anonymous tip, the work of eight Lewisville police officers and a Little Elm police canine unit paid...