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LISD, PAC say they did not collaborate on bond election

State law prohibits political subdivisions, such as LISD, from producing or contributing to political advertisements they are connected to. However, both the Vote Yes...

Updated: Something not right with Wright’s nonprofit

Editor's note:  Please see the updates to this story, listed near the bottom. By STEVE SOUTHWELL Carolyn Wright touts her nonprofit experience in her campaign for...

Candidate reports give residents glimpse of potential officeholders’ money-handling, transparency

  State-mandated finance reports allow us a preview of how school board and city council candidates manage their campaign funds and handle transparency. Candidates and officeholders...

Column: Vote Yes- Let’s maintain the excellence of LISD

By Chuck Elsey Vote Yes Lewisville ISD Successful. Hardworking. Community-minded. These are the students, current, past and future, of Lewisville ISD. Our schools – every single...

Updated: LISD spent more than $57,000 for PR mailers

UPDATE 5/2: On April 5 and April 10, The Lewisville Texan Journal submitted several open records requests for more information related to these mailers and...

Questions remain around students’ future if Hedrick Elementary closes

More than a month after the bond package for the May 6 election was finalized, questions still remain on what will happen to current...

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...

Weinstein runs for LISD school board

Long-time AT&T employee Sandra Weinstein, 57, has thrown her hat in for one of the open seats on the Lewisville ISD board. Weinstein graduated from...

Shaw runs for school board

Lewisville resident Colleen Shaw aspires to begin her political career on the LISD school board. Shaw needed help after losing many of her possessions in...