Sunday, January 17, 2021

Lewisville drive-in to open at the end of the month

UPDATE: In order to complete construction, the opening has been pushed back one week to Oct. 28. ORIGINAL STORY: Coyote Drive-In, Denton County’s first drive-in theater...

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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...

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...

Specialty grocery stores to check out in Lewisville

Lewisville has all sorts of choices as far as grocery stores go, whether you’re shopping at Tom Thumb, WinCo, Aldi or Albertsons. But how...

Lewisville buys downtown properties for close to $1 million

By STEVE SOUTHWELL steve@LewisvilleTexan.com On Monday, Lewisville City Council unanimously approved the purchase of two adjacent properties, totaling just over an acre, at the corner of...

Prayer vigil in Lewisville honors Dallas shooting victims

Friday at noon, about 80 to 100 police officers, city officials, and members of the public converged on the Lewisville Police Department to join...

Pokémon Go compels residents to explore Lewisville, beyond

“Pikachu! Pikachu!” a trainer shouts on Main Street. Old Town, Vista Ridge Mall, the library and L.L. Woods Park are being swarmed by dozens...

Lewisville ‘Keeping Tradition Alive’ with pipes and drums

By DRU MURRAY Special Contributor The foot-tapping sounds of Great Highland bagpipes combined with those of heart-thumping drums were the highlight of Lewisville’s annual...

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...