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Kristi Hassett explains the ins and outs of writing, passing your...

Every other November, Lewisville Texans and Americans around the nation gather to elect state and national elected officials. Given how often we vote on...

Just shy of 300k vote in Denton County

The dust has settled on the 2018 midterm elections, and when all was said and done, 295,676 cast ballots in Denton County. That’s just...

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...

Lewisville experienced record-setting heat for four consecutive days

The city of Lewisville had record-setting heat for four days straight late last week. The DFW Metroplex is nearing the end of its worst...

Kerbow wins tight race for JP nomination, Trantham, Valdez move on

In the runoff elections for party nominations in the November general election last night, the smallest race was by far the closest. Competing for...

KLB Garden Secrets class “Top 100 Plants for North Texas” on...

Keep Lewisville Beautiful will hold its Garden Secrets class, “Top 100 Plants for North Texas,” 6 to 8 p.m. May 3 at the Medical...

After decades of persecution and abuse, the Chin population seeks refuge...

Nestled in Lewisville is a community of almost 4,000 people from the Chin State of Myanmar. Coming as refugees, this population has been persecuted...

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’...

Lewisville, ISD joins growing chorus fighting for local control

Last week, the Lewisville Independent School District passed a resolution and Mayor Rudy Durham penned an opinion piece on the priorities in the state...

Hey, Texplainer: What constitutional amendments will be on the November ballot?

by Alex Samuels The Texas Tribune Any changes to the Texas Constitution must be approved by a majority of Texas voters. But first, these constitutional amendments must...