Sunday, February 26, 2017
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LaPrade says boat dock to reopen after bridge work An election judge was appointed Tuesday night by the East Tawakoni City Council in an abbreviated session. Kristy Marty was appointed to the... + continue reading
Saturday, February 25, 2017
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Quinlan Ford Panther Dillon Norris shoots for 3 points at the buzzer Tuesday night in the Panthers’ Bi-District playoff game with Anna. Quinlan lost 31-44 to the Coyotes. For more stories... + continue reading
Saturday, February 25, 2017
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Longtime resident wrote news column 37 years Rosemary Hambleton was synonymous with West Tawakoni. Although she had moved to Terrell to live near children in later years, she was stayed in... + continue reading
Saturday, February 25, 2017
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Bridges fly to Chicago for Steve Harvey-Ellen DeGeneres appearance WildThing and Quinlan television personalities R.C. and Sherron Bridges’ popularity took an explosive surge last week after... + continue reading
Friday, February 24, 2017
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District of Innovation Committee appointed The Quinlan Independent School District School Board gave consensus approval to move forward on a tax swap program and took the first steps toward... + continue reading

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02/26/2017
In observance of Black History Month, Pastor Eric Rothe of First United Methodist Church of Quinlan invited the Rev. James Gilbert of the Fate Mission African Methodist Episcopal Church to speak from the pulpit Sunday. Rev. Gilbert invited several members of his outreach... + continue reading
02/26/2017
Two council races develop in East Tawakoni election Races developed during the final week of candidate filing for local city elections. Quinlan Place 2 incumbent filed for a new term last week before deadline and was challenged by David Sechrest who also filed for the... + continue reading

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02/21/2017
Officer Jackson gives review to council Code compliance issues are what keeps the peace between neighbors, disrupts the peace between neighbors and keeps cities busy regulating and enforcing them. New Quinlan Code Compliance Officer Clay Jackson reviewed Quinlan’s program at Monday night’s council meeting. “Our mission... + continue reading
02/19/2017
The Quinlan Ford Lady Panthers varsity basketball team lost their Bi-District game Monday to the Celina Bobcats 51-61. Coach Jason Wallen’s Lady Panthers came back in the second quarter to overcome a 9-17 deficit after the first period and tied the score at 27-27. Celina moved ahead of Quinlan in the third-quarter scoring of 19-14 and... + continue reading
02/18/2017
Quinlan Ford plays Anna next week The Quinlan Ford Panthers will play Anna next week in the playoffs. Assistant Coach Matt Wingo said the Panthers would probably play on Tuesday. Details were to be worked out at a coaches meeting on Wednesday. The Panthers lost their game Tuesday night to the Terrell Lions 41-58, but Crandall also lost... + continue reading
02/18/2017
City moves forward on water storage project Leon Myers was appointed to the West Tawakoni City Council Tuesday night at its regular monthly meeting. Myers’ appointment filled the vacancy in the Place 1 seat, held by Keith Goodson before he was elected mayor in November. Myers was one of three candidates considered for the... + continue reading
02/14/2017
Third place in district after loss to Caddo Mills The Quinlan Ford Lady Panthers started getting ready for the Bi-District round of play this week after their loss Tuesday night in the final game of the regular season to the Caddo Mills Foxes. Head Girls Basketball Coach Jason Wallen said, “It was a great atmosphere, and we want to... + continue reading

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02/25/2017
Quinlan Ford Panther Dillon Norris shoots for 3 points at the buzzer Tuesday night in the Panthers’ Bi-District playoff game with Anna. Quinlan lost 31-44 to the Coyotes. For more stories... + continue reading
02/19/2017
The Quinlan Ford Lady Panthers varsity basketball team lost their Bi-District game Monday to the Celina Bobcats 51-61. Coach Jason Wallen’s Lady Panthers came back in the second quarter to... + continue reading

Columns

01/04/2017
One difficulty that many people preparing for emergencies experience is that as far as they know, nobody else on earth is doing it. That isn’t true. Texas has a population of about 25 million... + continue reading
12/20/2016
Who says getting older doesn’t have its privileges? Regardless of where you live, seniors qualify for a wide range of discounts and related benefits. These perks are offered by retailers,... + continue reading

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02/26/2017
In observance of Black History Month, Pastor Eric Rothe of First United Methodist Church of Quinlan invited the Rev. James Gilbert of the Fate Mission African Methodist Episcopal Church to speak from... + continue reading
02/23/2017
The Tawakoni Library honored the Hill brothers, Gary Hill II and Timothy Hill Jr., for reading 120 books during the summer contest,” according to President Virginia Johnson. Emily Henderson,... + continue reading