Monday, December 10, 2018
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Letters: Constituents not paid protestors

Dear Editor, My name is Heather Lewis, I'm a mother, nurse and a novice activist. I started the Indivisible group in Flower Mound in January....
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Letters to the editor

Rebuild Hedrick Elementary Dear Editor, I am very concerned regarding an upcoming bond package option that proposes destroying both Hedrick Elementary and Middle schools but only...
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Letters: Education is a bipartisan issue

Dear Editor, I read an editorial in the Dallas Morning News from Texas State Rep. Helen Giddings dated March 6 with great interest and enthusiasm....

Column: Bond proposal stirs déjà vu, vote ‘No’

By Frank Vaughan Lewisville CARES Déjà vu is a feeling of having already lived through an event. Lewisville ISD is stirring feelings of déjà vu with...
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Letter to the Editor: Net neutrality vital

Dear Editor, I use the internet for my work. I use it to socialize. I use it to purchase goods and services. The internet is...
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Letters: Tell Lewisville ISD to keep Hedrick Elementary

Dear Editor, I am a former PTA President, Vice President, Treasurer, and Arts in Education Chair of my neighborhood school, Hedrick Elementary. Regardless of whether have...
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Letters: Representation better if Lewisville votes

To the Editor: Something curious about the LISD school board. It tends to vote against things that Lewisville residents want: Splitting LHS into three discrete...

Sexual assault prevention: before action comes awareness

By Senator Jane Nelson Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month, recognized every April, fosters public discourse about sexual assault -- an issue that came roaring...
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Letters: Vote ‘Yes’ on Lewisville ISD Bond

To the Editor: I am proud to support the Lewisville Independent School District's $737 million dollar bond referendum on the May 6, 2017 ballot. The district...
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Letters: Ditch the dichotomy to survive

Editor, "This is how they felt in 2008." I read those words online and I remembered how I felt in 2008. When I came home...