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School district recapture may not apply this year, proposed tax rate to be published...

The Lewisville ISD Board of Trustees met for the first time after their summer break and approved publishing of its proposed tax rate for...

Lewisville under extreme drought

Lewisville is now under extreme drought, according to the US Drought Monitor. Across Texas, 59.26 percent of the state is under some level of...

Creekside water outage part of a long-term pattern of water violations, documents show

The Creekside water system that went out of service yesterday has a history of complaints and violations filed with the Texas Commission on Environmental...

Print edition – August 1, 2018

Here is the Aug. 1, 2018 print edition of The Lewisville Texan Journal: The Lewisville Texan Journal's stories are available free online at LewisvilleTexan.com anytime....

Water out at Creekside Mobile Home Park

Update 6 p.m.: A resident is telling us that Creekside has not issued boil water notices, and that if residents don't notice the sign...

United Way of Denton County Seeks to Strengthen Nonprofits

In an effort to equip individuals in Denton County to strengthen the nonprofits they serve, United Way of Denton County is accepting applications for...

PointBank announced as winner of ‘Battle of the Banks’ Food Drive

PointBank tasted victory once again as the bank claimed top honors in the annual “Battle of the Banks,” food drive benefitting Christian Community Action...

Burgess discusses healthcare, 3D gun designs in week’s first town hall

U.S. Representative Michael Burgess (R- Lewisville) held the first of two town hall meetings this week in Keller High School in Keller. The crowd...

It’s Game Time at Music City Mall

Music City Mall has undergone heavy changes over the past year, which has included bringing in several new outlets and shops. One of these...