Saturday, April 20, 2019

Special session ends with half of Abbott’s items passed

Without being able to agree on a property tax bill — Gov. Greg Abbott’s top priority — legislature adjourned early Aug. 15, ending Texas’...

Shaw unofficially withdraws from race for school board

  Colleen Shaw has alerted Lewisville ISD administration on April 19 that she is withdrawing her candidacy for Place 7 on the Board of Trustees due to personal...

Superintendent gives parents lowdown in series of talks

Lewisville ISD superintendent Kevin Rogers is summarizing the status of LISD in a series of six coffee talks over the course of April. There...

School board may increase school lunch prices, approve Vickery expansion at regular meeting

The Lewisville ISD Board of Trustees will swear in the newly elected Allison Lassahn and elect new officers tonight at its regular meeting before...

Council approves construction projects, talks 2019 legislative session

At their Nov. 5 meeting, Lewisville City Council approved construction projects in Old Town and discussed their legislative priorities for the state’s 2019 session....

Council honors life-saving police officers, conducts regular business

  Three Lewisville police officers received significant awards for their contributions to the community at the city council meeting May 15. In general meeting business, all...

Lewisville ISD board candidate forum Thursday, April 20

The Lewisville ISD Council of PTAs, The Cross Timbers Gazette and The Lewisville Texan Journal are co-hosting a Lewisville ISD school board candidate forum...

Reps. Simmons, Fallon answer constituent questions at town hall

  Abortion, sanctuary cities and GOP legislative priorities in general were some of the topics local state representatives discussed at a town hall meeting Wednesday. Following...

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...

Sherman Swartz hopes to bring experience, accountability to justice of the peace in Precinct...

From business to law and a desire to give back, Sherman Swartz is running for Precinct 3’s Justice of the Peace. A Highland Village resident...