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LISD approves salary increases, first-grade report card changes
The Lewisville ISD Board of Trustees on Monday approved salary increases for all eligible employees for the 2013-14 school year.
Carrollton chiropractor charged with sexual assault
A Carrollton chiropractor was arrested Friday on charges of having sexually assaulted a 31-year-old woman.
Schackmann narrowly wins school board post
Randy Schackmann won a runoff election Saturday against Jose Galvez to win the Place 5 seat on the Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District’s board of trustees.
Salary increases proposed for LISD budget
The Lewisville ISD Board of Trustees got its first look at the 2013-14 budget during a work session Tuesday, and board members were pleased that the district is financially sound enough to propose salary increases this year.
American Legion Post 597 installs first female commander
For the first time in its history, Carrollton’s American Legion Post 597 now has a female post commander.
Two Dallas men drown in Carrollton pond
Two Dallas men drowned in a pond near the 3300 block of I-35E in Carrollton about 8:30 p.m. Saturday night.
Newman Smith football player drowns at Lewisville Lake (updated)
Jaquis Jones, 17, a Newman Smith Trojans football player who was going to be a team captain next season, drowned Saturday morning in Lewisville Lake.
300 note Carrollton’s first 100 years at gala
A crowd of 300 people, dressed in their finest, crowded into the Carrollton Senior Center on Friday night, May 31, to enjoy fine food, hear great speeches and be entertained with music, a light show and finally fireworks in celebration of Carrollton’s first 100 years.
Picture-perfect picnic notes Carrollton’s 100 years
The weather was perfect for the June 1 picnic at the A.W. Perry Homestead Museum to celebrate Carrollton’s first 100 years.
May 24 motorcycle crash being probed by Carrollton police
A motorcycle accident on May 24 that killed a Lewisville man on Hebron Parkway in Carrollton is still being investigated by Carrollton police.
Reduction in tests on the horizon
Students may soon be able to spend more time studying and less time taking tests if Gov. Rick Perry agrees with the Texas House of Representatives and the Senate.
Here's to the next 100 years, Carrollton: Gala, picnic and other centennial celebrations slated for June
By Kelley Chambers, email@example.com @KelleyChambers7 on Twitter
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