CoServ foundation grants $12,000 to Love Thy Neighbor, Salvation Army gets emergency canteen

  Local nonprofit Love Thy Neighbor helps the Salvation Army with its clothing assistance program for families in need. The community donates gently used clothes...

Weather unlikely to cause commute issues, but city is ready

While Lewisville may see some snow flurries Thursday night into Friday, no accumulations are currently expected to cause any major traffic problems.  The National...

Inclement weather procedures to know for Lewisville ISD

Lewisville ISD said it is constantly monitoring inclement weather situations. In the event of inclement weather, LISD considers the safety of its more than 53,000 students...

Lewisville’s Top Environment Stories from 2016

Stories about Lewisville’s environment were a big part of The Lewisville Texan Journal’s coverage in 2016. Lewisville Lake and the dam that impounds it play...

Weather outside is frightful

The temperatures have been creeping lower and lower over the past week and with the weekend comes stormy weather. Friday showers are likely to continue...

Parade, some outdoor Holiday Stroll events cancelled

With cold rainy weather forecast for North Texas over the weekend, Lewisville officials have decided to cancel the Christmas parade which had been scheduled...

‘Have disaster, will travel’: Lewisville emergency response goes mobile

Lewisville is preparing a portable and easy-to-deploy emergency operations center, or EOC, the first of its kind among local governments in Texas. “There’s two of...
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Anticipation for Coyote Drive-In grows, company postpones opening for rain

By ADAM SCHRADER and STEVE SOUTHWELL Drive-in theaters have been absent from the Denton County community since The Rancho in Denton closed in the 1980s. There hasn’t...

Here we go again— Lewisville Lake back in flood pool

Rain fills lake, and forces cancellation of National Trails Day activities By STEVE SOUTHWELL In the past 7 days, due to seemingly incessant rainfall, Lewisville Lake...

Rain has lake on the rise again

STAFF REPORTS Recent rains have Lewisville Lake on the rise again.  As of 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, the lake was at 524.51 feet.  That level is...
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