Monday, December 17, 2018

Legislature may overturn Lewisville’s new bathroom ordinance

By April Fultz Place 6 Lewisville City Councilman George C. Whipple slipped a rider into the city budget package in 2016, squeaking past fellow council...

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Newly elected state representative accused of racially charged remarks

By CELESTE GRACIA and LEOPOLD KNOPP In the aftermath of her election to the Texas House of Representatives, numerous allegations of racially charged comments have...

Lewisville Councilman Leroy Vaughn dead at age 70

Lewisville Deputy Mayor Pro Tem Leroy Vaughn was found dead in his home in the 1100 block of Hillwood on Wednesday just after 5:30...

Leggett on the ballot for Denton County Judge

Mother, teacher, artist, office manager, paralegal, animal rescuer and wildlife expert are all roles that Diana Leggett, 64, of Denton has held, but if...

Still no debate between Burgess, challenger

A week into early voting in the 2018 primary elections, incumbent congressman Michael Burgess (R-Texas) and challenger Veronica Birkenstock have still not met in...

Lewisville student David Hernandez running for LISD School Board

Does a student have a better perspective on their school district’s needs than an administrator? That’s what David Hernandez, student of Lewisville High School...

Board discusses rezoning, keeps draft maps from public

The Lewisville ISD Board of Trustees met for a workshop session last night Sept. 24 to discuss possible rezoning schemes to make up for...

Wright runs for Lewisville city council

The Lewisville Texan Journal is interviewing each candidate who files or announces their candidacy for Lewisville City Council for the May 2017 election.  These...

LISD rejects A-F school district grading scale, rails against standardized test

Lewisville ISD published a letter last week rejecting A-F school district rankings. But the district’s friction with the state goes back much further. Last...