Saturday, September 22, 2018

LISD gets personal with legislators, delivers priorities

Near the end of local legislators’ meeting last week with the Lewisville ISD Board of Trustees, State Sen. Jane Nelson (R- Flower Mound), who...

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...

School board passes legislative priorities

After some language changes, the Lewisville ISD Board of Trustees passed its legislative priorities last night and approved a handful of other items. The...

LISD was closely watching legal boundaries with voting advocacy, documents show

The Lewisville Texan Journal has obtained documents sent by Lewisville ISD to the Texas Attorney General’s office in response to that office’s open records...

North Texas PAC behind partisan smear fliers, Carrollton City Council member may be involved

A Carrollton City Council member may be involved with the partisan fliers that were sent out concerning Neil Ferguson and Ronni Cade in the...

Burgess dodges questions on migrant children, gun violence in contentious town hall

In an unruly town hall meeting at Denton High School last night June 18, Rep. Michael Burgess (R- Lewisville) deflected responsibility for the now...

School board talks, budget, Robin Hood, uncertainty in last workshop of the school year

In a final meeting before summer break, the Lewisville ISD Board of Trustees brushed up on the more uncertain details of making their next...

Council to vote on agreement to pay $148,000 for seven parking spaces, sprinkler system...

At its June 4 meeting, Lewisville City Council is expected to pass an agreement that would pay building owners more than $21,000 per parking...

School board talks tax swap, staff raises at budget meeting

The Lewisville ISD school board met last week to discuss the district-wide budget moving forward. Facing an impending crunch due to state recapture, they...

City Council talks Old Town rezoning, approves bronze statue of Wayne Ferguson

Lewisville City Council discussed re-zoning Old Town and clarifying its substandard structures ordinance in a pre-meeting discussion before approving its consent agenda, which included...