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Schools compete in track, field events at LEISD seventh annual Special Olympics
Bright, sunny weather greeted students, athletes and volunteers at the seventh annual Little Elm Independent School District Special Olympics Wednesday after a day of storms hit the area.
Human error cause of mistake on LEISD election ballot
Human error caused the order of candidates to be incorrectly listed on ballots for the recent Little Elm Independent School District school board election.
Communities see both new and familiar faces to councils, school boards
Denton County has released the voting results for Little Elm council and school board and Oak Point City Council, placing both familiar and new faces on the public seats. These votes are unofficial until they are canvassed.
Little Elm, Oak Point residents to cast vote in election Saturday
This Saturday, May 11, is the last day for voters to cast their ballot in local municipal and school district elections. Polls for Election Day will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Oak Point teen chosen for internship at state Rep. Pat Fallon’s office
Oak Point teen Robert Stewart will be able to get his “feet wet” after being accepted into an internship program established by state Representative Pat Fallon (R-Frisco).
Cas Haley named headliner for Arts and Sounds by the Lake
Local residents will be treated to all the art, music and dance they want this Saturday, May 4, at the second “Arts and Sounds by the Lake” festival at Little Elm Park, 704 West Eldorado Parkway.
Local group, woman collect pet supplies for donation to West
When a disaster strikes, donations come pouring in for those in need. But more often, little pause is given to those with paws.
Library celebrates renovation with week-long grand opening
The Little Elm Public Library will be offering something for everybody when it hosts its week-long grand opening celebration from May 6-10.
Little Elm teen missing again
The Little Elm Police Department is once again seeking information on a missing 15-year-old Little Elm teen, who was last seen Monday afternoon in Carrollton. This is the second time the teen has gone missing in the past two weeks.
Public encouraged to attend water conservation event
Drought and green lawns typically don’t go hand in hand, but the town of Little Elm wants to educate those interested in learning how to conserve water, irrigate lawns and plant the right vegetation for a healthy lawn.
Missing Little Elm teen found
Update 6:00 p.m.
School board candidates discuss safety, funding at forum
Little Elm Independent School District board of trustees candidates shared their thoughts and stances on community issues at the Frisco Lakes Candidate Forum on April 4. The Frisco ISD and City Council candidates were also invited to take part.
Run for your life! Zombie fun run comes to Myers Park
The students at Stonebridge United Methodist Church's youth ministry is known for coming up with some pretty unorthodox fundraising methods.
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