Monday, October 15, 2018

Western Days vendor controversies based in miscommunication, TABC laws

In mid-August, rumors surfaced online that the City of Lewisville is icing local businesses out from Western Days, the city’s major annual music and...

Council takes over lighting for Old Town, approves series of economic agreements in first...

Lewisville City Council met Monday evening and approved a lighting agreement that will see the city take over outdoor lighting for certain buildings in...

LTJ Explainer: Lewisville Police Staffing

The topic of staffing for the Lewisville Police Department has become a part of the discussion this election season. We interviewed Chief of Police...

After decades of persecution and abuse, the Chin population seeks refuge and opportunity in...

Nestled in Lewisville is a community of almost 4,000 people from the Chin State of Myanmar. Coming as refugees, this population has been persecuted...

CCA steps in when crisis arises, seeks help from community

Issues with deterioration in her neck, back and legs have made it impossible for Linda Ortega to work since 2005. In addition to two...

Lewisville Public Media Corporation

Lewisville Public Media Corporation is a Texas Nonprofit corporation dedicated to funding quality local journalism to serve the residents of the Lewisville, Texas area....

The LTJ celebrates two years in print

This week’s newspaper marks our 104th weekly edition of The Lewisville Texan Journal in print. August 15, 2015 was the first time we put...

Keep Lewisville Beautiful holding 31st Annual Spring Clean Up on April 1

Keep Lewisville Beautiful is partnering with the City of Lewisville to host its 31st annual citywide cleanup on Saturday April 1st, 2017. An environmental...

Editorial: Why we don’t address partisanship in local races

By STEVE SOUTHWELL Publisher In a Facebook thread, a reader told us they wanted us to provide more information about local candidates’ political party affiliation in...

Lewisville Lake Dam repairs completed, more improvements to come

Looking south from the top of the nearly six-mile-long, 125-foot-tall embankment, one can see the distant skyline of Dallas. To the north, 587,000 acre-feet...