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Man hit by 18-wheeler expected to survive

A motorist has been hospitalized and is in critical condition after being struck by a tractor-trailer Tuesday morning on S.H. 121 Business.   Lewisville Police Captain...

Partisan political organization takes swipes at Lewisville

Conservative state-level political action committee Empower Texans has taken a handful of swipes at Lewisville over the past months, highlighted by two stories about...

Nobody hurt when SUV rolled into Lewisville Lake Wednesday morning

Lewisville Police and Fire Departments responded at 1:26 a.m. Wednesday morning to call regarding a vehicle in Lewisville Lake.  Originally called out as a...

Links to water resources

Whether we get heavy rains in North Texas or are dealing with drought, The Lewisville Texan Journal likes to look at data for our...

Lewisville High School principal outlines security measures in email

Lewisville High School Principal Jeffrey Kajs sent an email to parents of LHS students Tuesday regarding school safety at the campus. The letter comes after...

Workshop to focus on urban wildlife problems

Professional Wildlife Control Operator Marcus Stephens will hold an informational seminar 6:30 p.m. March 8 to educate residents on urban wildlife problems and interactions...

Sherman Swartz hopes to bring experience, accountability to justice of the peace in Precinct...

From business to law and a desire to give back, Sherman Swartz is running for Precinct 3’s Justice of the Peace. A Highland Village resident...

City Council approves zoning changes in regular meeting

Lewisville granted some zoning change requests and authorized city manager Donna Barron on to execute a couple of deals in a quiet, quick City...

Hope for Tomorrow conference on March 8

Join the Alzheimer's Association for the latest information and support for caregivers at the “Hope for Tomorrow” Denton Area Caregivers Conference, 8:30 a.m. to...

Coffee with Cops on March 6

Police Chief Russ Kerbow and Farmers Insurance invite the public to Coffee with Cops 4 to 6 p.m. March 6 at the Whataburger on 101...