|Denton County Young Republicans Celebrate Local Victories
WhosPlayin People 2012/11/7 11:50
|Members of the Denton County Young Republicans held an election watch party at Square One Sidewalk Cafe in Old Town Lewisville Tuesday night, where they celebrated at least the local Republican victories. Ted Cruz handily won the race for U.S. Senate, and Michael Burgess won his race for re-election as U.S. Representative.|
DCYR Vice President Eric Mahroum said about 50 people attended their party.
Photo by Erin Floyd.
|Eric Mahroum and Michael McDermott
WhosPlayin People 2012/11/7 10:47
|The Denton County Young Republicans held an election watch party at Square One Sidewalk Cafe in Old Town Lewisville Tuesday night.|
Pictured are Eric Mahroum, Vice President, and Michael McDermott, President.
Photo by Erin Floyd
|Water at LISDOLA
WhosPlayin News 2012/10/13 21:36
|Lewisville ISD Outdoor Learning Area was open Saturday morning for the public to hike in.|
|LHS Pep Rally at City Hall
WhosPlayin News 2012/10/11 23:20
|After tonight's homecoming parade, crowds converged on the front steps of City Hall for a pep rally. Friday night, the Lewisville Farmers will take on the Flower Mound Jaguars for the homecoming football game.|
|Crowds at LHS Homecoming Parade
WhosPlayin News 2012/10/11 23:15
|Crowds lined Main Street in Old Town Lewisville tonight for the Lewisville High School Homecoming Parade.|
WhosPlayin News 2012/10/9 21:24
|Lewisville ISD celebrated the opening of the new Lewisville High School tonight with a ribbon cutting. The front row are alumni, and the board, administration and a couple of students are on the back row.|
|Traffic Signals Stay Powered
WhosPlayin News 2012/10/7 11:05
|City of Lewisville Public Works employees keep traffic signals operational during power failures by hooking up portable generators at the control boxes.|
|Lewisville Yard of the Month - September
WhosPlayin Lewisville 2012/10/2 18:14
|Lewisville, TX – Keep Lewisville Beautiful (KLB) recognizes one residential and one business each month from April through October for the “Yard of the Month”. Signs designating the winners will be proudly displayed for all to see. The September resident Yard of the Month winner is the beautifully landscaped yard located at 1013 Dartmouth Drive. There were no nominations for business Yard of the Month in September. Congratulations to our YOM winner! We appreciate you and all your hard work! |
KLB is looking for Yard of the Month nominations. If you or your neighbors have a beautiful yard or you know of a business that shows pride in their property please let Keep Lewisville Beautiful know about it!
Please identify the nominee’s address only. The person’s name and phone number making the nomination is optional. All nominations must be in by the 20th of each month. Photos of each property will be displayed on our website by the 25th of each month for your viewing pleasure and voting needs. Please submit your votes by email, fax, or phone from the 25th of each month to the last day of the month. All winners will be posted on our website at the beginning of each month. Keep an eye out the following week for a press release with the winners named.
Keep Lewisville Beautiful (KLB), a major environmental organization in Lewisville, is committed to empowering the citizens of Lewisville through education to take greater responsibility for enhancing their community environment. KLB is looking for businesses, organizations, or individuals who wish to become a partner or volunteer and help to carry out the mission of KLB. For more information, call 972-538-5949 or visit our website at www.keeplewisvillebeautiful.org. KLB has been an affiliate of Keep Texas Beautiful and Keep America Beautiful since 1988.
|International Chamber Series - October 12th
WhosPlayin News 2012/10/2 18:05
|Friday, October 12th at 7:30 p.m. at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Flower Mound, the Lewisville Lake Symphony presents Liudmila Georgievskaya in concert. Admission is free; donations are accepted.|
|50 Tons of Rubber
WhosPlayin News 2012/9/7 22:16
|Over 50 tons of shredded rubber sits in bales behind the currently-under-construction Eagle Gun Range in Lewisville. The state-of-the-art indoor gun range will be backed up with a berm made of the rubber to safely catch bullets.|
The facility hopes to open in mid to late October, and will be the first indoor shooting range in Denton County. The range is selling memberships, but will allow walk-in shooters to shoot all day for $20.
Photo Credit: Eagle Gun Range