Monday, February 18, 2019

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...

LISD Board Candidate Questionnaire: Jon Hanna

The Lewisville Texan Journal sent a list of questions to Lewisville ISD school board candidates to familiarize voters with each potential trustee. Each candidate had...

LISD Board Candidate Questionnaire: Tracy Miller

The Lewisville Texan Journal sent a list of questions to Lewisville ISD school board candidates to familiarize voters with each potential trustee. Each candidate had...

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...

Low turnout in local elections gives those who do vote more influence

Editor’s note: Data used in this piece is limited to voting records available when ordered. The data only accounts for those who were registered...

Parker files bill to limit state spending growth

State Rep. Tan Parker, R-Flower Mound, filed H.B. 208 Tuesday, July 18, proposing to limit the biennial growth in state spending to no more...

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...

Facing deficits, LISD may convene committee to help with budget cuts

In a workshop session April 2, Lewisville ISD CFO Mike Ball and superintendent Kevin Rogers addressed the school board and detailed the troubled financial...

After more than 20 years on council, mayor seeks second term

Having been on City Council since 1994 and involved with the city before that, Lewisville Mayor Rudy Durham has seen significant changes to the...

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...