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City passes budget, tax rate without any ‘arm wrestling’

The Lewisville City Council adopted the fiscal year 2019 tax rate and budget at its regular meeting last night Sept. 17, along with new...

City may pass budget, tax rate at tonight’s meeting

The Lewisville City Council could adopt the fiscal year 2019 tax rate and budget at tonight’s meeting, along with new rates for Atmos Energy....

Visual Art League of Lewisville presents “Wild and Free” exhibit

The Visual Art League of Lewisville presents the juried exhibition “Wild and Free” Sept. 15 through Oct. 13 in the main art gallery of...

Lewisville Western Days just two weeks away

The Randy Rogers Band and Gary Allan will headline this year’s Lewisville Western Days festival, Sept. 28-29 in Old Town Lewisville. This year’s Western Days...

Monarch Dental to host free dental day in Lewisville

Monarch Dental has partnered with the Smiles for Everyone Foundation to open a new office at 1288 W. Main St. in Lewisville. This new office will...

Print edition – September 12, 2018

Here is the Sept. 12, 2018 print edition of The Lewisville Texan Journal: The Lewisville Texan Journal's stories are available free online at LewisvilleTexan.com anytime....

Vander Stoep first Democratic candidate for JP Precinct 3 in 20 years

For the first time in over 20 years, Denton County's Precinct 3 Justice of the Peace race has a Democratic candidate in the general...

City issues $54.4 million in bonds, approves almost $500k in Thrive construction oversight

The Lewisville City Council approved a $47.2 million general obligation bond for refunding and capital improvement at its regular meeting Sept. 10, among the...

Lewisville Public Library’s 50th Anniversary Celebration

The year was 1968 – Madison Square Garden opened in New York City, The World's Fair was held in San Antonio and Lewisville designated...

Celebrate “Rocktober” in Wayne Ferguson Plaza

Fresh off a successful Sounds of Lewisville concert series, the City of Lewisville will keep things rockin' in Wayne Ferguson Plaza with its "Rocktober"...