Rogers: Tell legislators to protect schools, not harm them

By KEVIN ROGERS, Ph.D. Lewisville ISD Superintendent Lewisville ISD students, staff, parents and community members, I hope you are enjoying your summer! Although school is not...

Parker files bill to limit state spending growth

State Rep. Tan Parker, R-Flower Mound, filed H.B. 208 Tuesday, July 18, proposing to limit the biennial growth in state spending to no more...

LISD Board of Trustees passes resolution in regards to special session

  The Lewisville ISD Board of Trustees adopted legislative priorities in advance of the regular session. The governor of Texas identified 20 priority statements he...

Opinion: Education choice, Privacy Act priorities in the house

By RON SIMMONS TX House Member District 65 Two very important issues that I feel strongly about have been added to the call to special session...

Opinion: Work together to reject vouchers and bathroom bill this special session

By TRENT TEAGUE Guest contributor Ron Simmons continues to toe the Tea Party line at the expense of the businesses and children in House District 65. His...

Mayor’s Corner: Legislature threatens local control

The Lewisville Mayor’s Corner By Mayor Rudy Durham Gov. Greg Abbott has called the Texas Legislature into special session that started this week. The agenda set...

Council puts charter amendments on Nov. ballot

In a few years when Castle Hills is annexed into Lewisville, it could change the way that city council members are elected. Nothing in...

Former Highland Village mayor runs for justice of the peace

  Although official filing for the 2018 elections doesn’t open up until November 11, at least one candidate has already thrown his hat in the...

Denton County to get 1,300 paper voting machines

The Denton County Commissioner's Court approved the $8.7 million purchase of new Verity paper voting machines during their meeting June 20. County elections administrator...

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...
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