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Lewisville resident helps families in need with public pantry

Serve Denton and Lewisville resident Frank Vaughn are helping North Texas families in need through the Free Little Pantry program. The pantries are designed to...

Local Boy Scout completes Eagle Project benefitting LPD SWAT

The Lewisville Police Department SWAT team officially commissioned the SWAT Training Conex box provided by Brady Jones as a part of his Eagle Scout...

Officer Collins recognized by Lewisville Morning Rotary Club

Officer Charlene Collins was recognized by the Lewisville Morning Rotary Club on Thursday, Jan. 26. Collins was awarded a Vocational Service Certificate of Excellence. Collins...

Farmer football trio make college commitments

Three Lewisville High School football seniors made recent college commitments to NCAA Division II schools, pushing the total number of recruited players from the...

Pedestrian killed on I-35E

Just after 7:15 p.m. Saturday night, a pedestrian was struck and killed in the northbound lanes of I-35E, around the 1400 block. The victim has...

Updated: 39 police officers shut down fraternity pajama party in Lewisville

Lewisville Police responded to the Pajama Jam 2K17 Pajama Party event at the Premier Event Center, 1165 S. Stemmons Fwy, just after midnight Sunday...
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Review: You don’t get to see ‘Resident Evil: The Final Chapter’

If there’s one unifying factor in the "Resident Evil" series, it’s that you don’t get to see the coolest things it has to offer....

LISD board hears $737.5 million bond proposal

After more than 27 total hours of discussion, some last-second scheduling and just a little bit of music, the Facilities Advisory Committee has an...

Print Edition – 01/28/2017

Here is the January 28, 2017 print edition of The Lewisville Texan Journal: You can find free copies at any of these locations. Want home delivery...

LHS Basketball Update

  Note: This story was written prior to Friday night's games. The Lady Farmers beat Marcus 41-17 to hold onto 4th place in 5-6A. The boys...