Monday, October 16, 2017
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Installation of utilities and forms for pouring concrete is underway this week on the new Taco Bell location on Quinlan Parkway. Photo by Larry Briscoe + continue reading
Monday, October 16, 2017
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Projects, ideas and direction were themes Monday night for the regular monthly meeting of the Quinlan Economic Development Corporation (QEDC). City Administrator John Adel presented plans for... + continue reading
Monday, October 9, 2017
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The Quinlan Ford Panthers thrilled a capacity homecoming crowd Friday with a fifth straight win and shutout when they defeated the Fort Worth Castleberry Lions 53-0. The Panthers are off in a bye... + continue reading
Monday, October 9, 2017
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Joe Brock and Patzi Acosta are crowned Friday night as Quinlan Ford’s 2017 Homecoming King and Queen. The ceremony preceded the Panthers football game with the Fort Worth Castleberry Lions. The... + continue reading
Monday, October 9, 2017
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East Tawakoni officials broke ground Monday morning on a new storm shelter that is to also double as a civic center and library. Mayor Johnnie LaPrade said before the groundbreaking ceremony,... + continue reading

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10/16/2017
The Lady Panthers varsity volleyball team lost a match Friday 0-3 to the Caddo Mills Foxes. Scores were 12-25, 23-25 and 14-25, according to Coach Frederick Kramer. The junior varsity lost its match 0-2 with game scores of 25-27 and 25-12. The freshman team also... + continue reading
10/16/2017
The West Tawakoni City Council unanimously approved a new policy Tuesday night at its regular monthly meeting that prohibits off-street parking of commercial vehicles. The ordinance was passed on first reading and will require another vote before enforcement.... + continue reading

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10/09/2017
Quinlan Independent School District honored the international award-winning high school Blue Belles drill team and middle school Blue Babes drill team Friday night in pregame homecoming ceremonies. School board Vice President Rusty Case narrated the teams’ history and winning tradition. “They have 48 years of a championship... + continue reading
10/02/2017
Speakers from Quinlan Independent School District described programs and activities offered to the community at Thursday’s monthly membership luncheon of the Lake Tawakoni Regional Chamber of Commerce. Supt. Dr. Debra Crosby began the presentation by saying, “I want to thank everyone who got out and voted for the TRE (Tax... + continue reading
10/02/2017
The Panther Athletic Club’s float with varsity football and volleyball players won the top Best Overall designation in Saturday’s Quinlan Independent School District Homecoming Parade. For more stories like this one, subscribe to the Quinlan-Tawakoni News or pick up a copy from one of our vendors. + continue reading
09/25/2017
Bicycles racers in the Cotton Patch Challenge are welcomed Saturday to Lake Tawakoni, one of the designated rest stops on the route, at the Lake Tawakoni Regional Chamber of Commerce office. Volunteers waved flags including, from left, former mayor Calvin Travers, Larry Pare, Robin Myers, Dennis Simmons, Roxanne Turner and Linda Kattner.... + continue reading
09/25/2017
The Quinlan Independent School District School Board received the state’s report card on the district Monday night at the regular monthly meeting. In addition, the board heard campus improvement reports from directors and principals. Altogether, board members received more than 200 pages of data to process. Testing Coordinator Kara... + continue reading

Sports

10/16/2017
The Lady Panthers varsity volleyball team lost a match Friday 0-3 to the Caddo Mills Foxes. Scores were 12-25, 23-25 and 14-25, according to Coach Frederick Kramer. The junior varsity lost its... + continue reading
10/09/2017
The Quinlan Ford Panthers thrilled a capacity homecoming crowd Friday with a fifth straight win and shutout when they defeated the Fort Worth Castleberry Lions 53-0. The Panthers are off in a bye... + continue reading

Columns

04/04/2017
For most older folks, the word “tablet” brings to mind some kind of vitamin. For younger folks, a “tablet” looks like an overgrown cell phone. This is the kind of tablet we... + continue reading
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

Lifestyle

10/16/2017
Donated to the Quinlan Community Museum by M. K. Epperson, typed by Donna Smith. Recreating Quinlan school and community history can be had by reading old newspapers. For over 50 years, Hobart... + continue reading
10/02/2017
Members and volunteers of the nurturing committee at First United Methodist Church of Quinlan host Gold and Platinum Club members with a luncheon Monday afternoon. To qualify, a member has to be at... + continue reading