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Couple opens barbecue joint in Lewisville catering to public safety officers

By ADAM SCHRADER
Published in The Dallas Morning News on Oct. 9, 2014

Badgers BBQ, a new restaurant in Lewisville, has a mission.

Owners Emilee and Erich Klein serve family-style barbecue, but they also want to use their restaurant to honor “the badge”: law enforcement, firefighters and soldiers in the community. 909 more words

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Coyote Drive-In adds sixth screen in Lewisville

By ADAM SCHRADER
Published in The Dallas Morning News on Sept. 18, 2015

Flooding in the spring slowed construction on a new drive-in theater complex in Lewisville, but it also paved the way for an added benefit. 772 more words

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Homegrown distillery is on the move in Lewisville

By ADAM SCHRADER
Published in The Dallas Morning News on Sept. 17, 2015

If you’ve driven around Old Town Lewisville in recent months, you may wonder what’s happening where the abandoned Piggly Wiggly once stood at 225 S. 1,200 more words

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Bat at Lewisville's Lake Park field tests positive for rabies

By ADAM SCHRADER
Published in The Dallas Morning News on Sept. 25, 2015

Lewisville city officials asking for help in identifying children who were seen playing with a rabid bat between baseball fields 7 and 8 at Lake Park sometime between 10 and 11 a.m. 275 more words

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Sculptor says his Las Colinas mustangs 'created such an impact in the area and people love it'

By ADAM SCHRADER
Published in The Dallas Morning News on Sept. 24, 2015

Las Colinas is celebrating the 30th anniversary of its mustang statue one year late because of last year’s road construction. 586 more words

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'A survival story': American Indians celebrate their history at Grand Prairie event

By ADAM SCHRADER
Published in The Dallas Morning News on Sept. 27, 2015

GRAND PRAIRIE — Robert Soto, a Lipan Apache from McAllen, led a jubilant Apache song at the Chickasaw-owned Lone Star Park on Saturday morning to open Everlasting Fire, an event commemorating Texas’ annual American Indian Heritage Day. 439 more words

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