Monday, December 17, 2018

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...

Council recognizes special olympians, moves forward on Valley Vista park

At its regular meeting Aug. 20, Lewisville City Council authorized city manager Donna Barron to pursue a $500,000 grant from the Texas Parks and...

School district dropped by insurer, discusses options ahead of next week’s meeting

With the first board meeting of the school year on Aug. 13 looking like a big one, the Board of Trustees met a week...

School district recapture may not apply this year, proposed tax rate to be published...

The Lewisville ISD Board of Trustees met for the first time after their summer break and approved publishing of its proposed tax rate for...

Burgess discusses healthcare, 3D gun designs in week’s first town hall

U.S. Representative Michael Burgess (R- Lewisville) held the first of two town hall meetings this week in Keller High School in Keller. The crowd...

Council expected to approve more than $300,000 worth of professional agreements at Monday meeting

City Council may approve a new sublease on the Lake Park marina with Malibu Mimi’s Shaved Ice, as well as $332,550 worth of professional...

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...

Annual Budget Workshop set for Aug. 11

Lewisville City Council will hold its annual budget workshop 9 a.m. Aug. 11 in the Glenmore Savage Community Room of the Municipal Annex, 1197 W. Main Street. 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...

City Council to consider TNMP proposal, new townhomes at tonight’s meeting

Lewisville City Council is expected to deny an application that would increase the average resident’s monthly electric bill by more than $10 at tonight’s...