Archive website
You are viewing the archive website of The Lewisville Texan Journal. This site only has our content from prior to May 10, 2016.
Return to our current website


Archived Total:0 (0)
Beautiful People Total:13 (13)
Books, Movies, and Music Total:7 (7)
Family Total:26 (26)
Gardening Total:27 (27)
Get a load of this... Total:94 (94)
Inspirational Total:15 (15)
Lewisville Total:136 (136)
Logos and Site Graphics Total:54 (54)
News Total:364 (364)
Political Total:271 (125)
Documents (19)   Illustrations (34)   People (93)  
Travels and Miscellaneous Total:60 (60)

   There are 1067 Images in our Database.    

Latest Listings

Photo No. 71-80 (out of 1067 photos hit)
« 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 (8) 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 ... 107 »


Craft Show April 5th

Craft Show April 5thPopular
SubmitterWhosPlayinMore Photos from WhosPlayin   CategoryNews    Last Update2014/3/28 13:23
Hits1383  Comments0    
Lewisville H.S. PTSA is sponsoring a Spring Craft Show on Saturday, April 5th from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Admission is free, and the event will be at the Lewisville High School Main Campus at 1098 W. Main Street in Lewisville

Sunset After the Rain

Sunset After the RainPopular
SubmitterWhosPlayinMore Photos from WhosPlayin   CategoryNews    Last Update2014/3/16 6:20
Hits1462  Comments0    
For a brief moment as the storm's tail end was passing over, it was raining while the sun was setting in the clear Western sky.

Double Rainbow

Double RainbowPopular
SubmitterWhosPlayinMore Photos from WhosPlayin   CategoryNews    Last Update2014/3/16 6:18
Hits1396  Comments0    
As today's storms passed, North Texas residents were treated to a massive full arch double rainbow.  

White Water in Fox Creek

White Water in Fox CreekPopular
SubmitterWhosPlayinMore Photos from WhosPlayin   CategoryNews    Last Update2014/3/16 6:15
Hits1509  Comments0    
Heavy rains fell today in Lewisville, and all of North Texas.  The National Weather Service says North Texas got an average 1.2 inches of rain today, but USGS says the Lewisville Lake watershed got about 1.6 inches.  A flood watch was briefly in effect, and local creeks such as Fox Creek and Timber Creek were running high, but not at flood stage.  It is not apparent in this picture of Fox Creek, but heavy rains flush out massive amounts of litter that collects in storm drains and gutters, and washes it into the creek, which empties out in the Elm Fork of the Trinity River.

Wild Fire in Trophy Club

Wild Fire in Trophy ClubPopular
SubmitterWhosPlayinMore Photos from WhosPlayin   CategoryNews    Last Update2014/3/16 5:07
Hits1481  Comments0    
One of our shots from Tuesday night's wild fire in Trophy Club.  High winds and dry vegetation made ideal conditions for a fire that burned an estimated 185 acres.  More information...

Visit our Facebook page to see more photos

Fire Watch

Fire WatchPopular
SubmitterWhosPlayinMore Photos from WhosPlayin   CategoryNews    Last Update2014/3/16 5:02
Hits1411  Comments0    
DPS Troopers and Trophy Club Police kept watch in the parking lot of Byron Nelson high school Tuesday night after a wild fire blew through.  The fire was put out with help from numerous other local cities, including Flower Mound and Lewisville.

LLELA Campfire

LLELA CampfirePopular
SubmitterWhosPlayinMore Photos from WhosPlayin   CategoryLewisville    Last Update2014/3/9 19:30
Hits1612  Comments0    
Supporters and friends of LLELA (Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area) celebrated the opening of a new greenhouse last night with a campfire, S'more's, hot chocolate and other libations.  Despite chilly temperatures, a good time was had by all.  LLELA is is the emerald jewel in Lewisville's green centerpiece crown.  Lewisville is lucky to have such a great natural open space for recreation and environmental learning.  LLELA is open Friday - Sunday, and can be accessed at the corner of Kealy and Jones streets in Old Town Lewisville, just South of the dam.  Admission is $5 per person, but yearly passes are available at very reasonable rates.

LHS Wrestlers

LHS WrestlersPopular
SubmitterWhosPlayinMore Photos from WhosPlayin   CategoryNews    Last Update2014/3/9 18:18
Hits2213  Comments0    
Via Lewisville ISD:
LHS celebrated its wrestlers in front of the entire school Feb. 27 in the cafeteria. Among them was junior Brittany Marshall, who won the UIL (University Interscholastic League) Class 5A state championship. Marshall and her Farmer teammates -- Jennie Kim, Angelic Rodriguez, Maria Mulero, Jezebel Pardo, Jordan Lee, Karen Aguilera and Selphia Galloway -- finished fifth in the state. Galloway and Aguilera were fifth and sixth individually, respectively. LHS had three boys -- Joe Head, Cameron Alaniz and Xavier Franklin -- reach the state meet. Head posted a top-8 finish. LHS is coached by Joe Head, Jon Kaehn and Noel Peterson.

Tomkovich is National Merit Finalist

Tomkovich is National Merit FinalistPopular
SubmitterWhosPlayinMore Photos from WhosPlayin   CategoryNews    Last Update2014/3/9 18:12
Hits1747  Comments0    
Alexander Richard Tomkovich was the only National Merit Scholarship Program finalist to represent Lewisville High School.

From LISD:
Quote:
Lewisville ISD (LISD) is pleased to announce 68 high school seniors were recently named finalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program (NMSP). There are 37 finalists representing Flower Mound High School (FMHS), 11 representing Hebron High School (HHS), one representing Lewisville High School (LHS), 14 representing Marcus High School (MHS) and five representing The Colony High School (TCHS). Ninety-nine percent of these students have attended LISD elementary and/or middle schools. They are also 68 of the only 1,300 elite students who are National Merit Finalists nationwide.

“Becoming a National Merit finalist is a prestigious accomplishment and I’m proud of these students’ academic success,” LISD Superintendent Dr. Stephen F. Waddell said. “I am also proud of our schools. The fact that most of these finalists grew up in LISD is a great testament that our teachers are preparing students for their futures.”

National Merit semifinalists were named in October. To become a finalist, semifinalists and their high schools must submit a detailed scholarship application in which they provide information about the semifinalist’s academic record, participation in school and community activities, demonstration of leadership abilities and honors and awards received. A semifinalist must have an outstanding academic record, be endorsed and recommended by a high school official, write an essay and earn SAT scores that confirm the student’s performance.


Congratulations on the achievement, and best wishes from LTJ on achieving your scholarship.

Photo via Lewisville ISD

Fallen Radio Tower

Fallen Radio TowerPopular
SubmitterWhosPlayinMore Photos from WhosPlayin   CategoryNews    Last Update2014/2/22 7:05
Hits1885  Comments0    
The Lewisville Police Department's backup radio tower was snapped by high winds a few months back.  LPD Captain Jay Powell said they are working to get the tower repaired, but they are taking the opportunity to upgrade some of the equipment, since the tower needs to be repaired anyway.  Because the equipment is for backup purposes, it has not affected operations at this point.

Photo No. 71-80 (out of 1067 photos hit)
« 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 (8) 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 ... 107 »




The Lewisville Texan Journal archives are a service of Lewisville Public Media Corp.
Login to Comment
User:
Pass:
Remember me
Lost your password?
Create New Account