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Satan implements coronavirus amnesty to prevent overcrowding in hell

By Beale Z. Bubb HELL’S GATE, OK — In a press conference at the entrance of Hell Tuesday afternoon, the Devil and his staff announced a temporary amnesty until at least June 1. “These are trying times,” Chief demon Kevin Patel said.  “We realize that without immediate intervention, Hell will not be able to process […]

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City council approves 954-unit tiny house community

By April Fultz With living spaces less than 100 square feet, including bathroom and cooking spaces, tiny homes are trendy, and quite often the subject of TV shows and YouTube videos. Soon, a community of tiny homes will spring up in Lewisville, after approval from City Council Monday night. Located on Corporate Drive, just east […]

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Condom Sense superstore to move in to old Albertson’s on Main Street

Condom Sense has announced it will debut an experimental “super store” in Lewisville in the old Albertson’s on the 1000 block of Main Street, right across from Lewisville High School Main Campus. The city has agreed to provide as much as $69,000 in economic development incentives. The new store will be unlike any other Condom […]

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Two landfills in Lewisville will merge across river

The Camelot Landfill on the east side of the Elm Fork of the Trinity River and the DFW Landfill on the west side tower over the winding river that feeds the City of Dallas’ water plant downstream.  That river used to mean that there was a limit to how high the landfills could get, since […]

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City officials say SH 121 median Putt-Putt course nearing completion

Lewisville and TxDOT officials say the city’s new public Putt-Putt miniature golf course project in the SH 121 Business median should be complete later this month. The $9 million recreation project is jointly funded by the City of Lewisville’s Parks and Leisure Services and the Texas Department of Transportation. So far, the concrete work has […]

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LLELA to begin repopulating hippos this month

A century after the last wild hippopotamus was killed by settlers in North Texas, a dozen hippos will soon make residence in Lewisville. Under a program at Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area in conjunction with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Texas A&M University, 12 hippos will be relocated from a wildlife preserve in […]

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Texas weighs options for STAAR test successor

Since introducing standardized tests in 1980, Texas schools have shifted the acronym associated with the test every few years to assuage parents who realize that the tests hamstring their schools. Now, in part because of the grading fiasco in which hundreds of Lewisville ISD students were awarded the wrong grades on their tests, it appears […]

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LISD forced to classify students by clique in accordance with Texas law

Lewisville ISD is scrambling to accommodate a new Texas law that requires school districts to document students’ cliques instead of their ethnicity. Districts currently classify students as white, black, Hispanic, American Indian, Asian or Pacific Islander for purposes of the Texas Education Agency’s PEIMS system. The system allows districts and the public to confirm that […]

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Vote to reimburse residents $100 sees zero percent turnout

Voting ended Saturday for a city referendum, which would cut a $100 check for each resident of Lewisville due to a budgeting error at City Hall. Not one person voted in the election though, causing a standstill among city officials. “If I’m being honest, we don’t really know what to do,” City Manager Donna Barron […]