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10/04/2018
After an extensive review of the city of Quinlan budget items, city leaders Monday night considered and took action on Ordinance No. 2018-09-01 adopting a Budget for the Fiscal Year beginning October 1, 2018, and Ending September 30, 2019. According to the City of... + continue reading
10/04/2018
The City of West Tawakoni and volunteers from Keep West Tawakoni Beautiful are teaming up for the last time this year to allow the city’s water service customers to dispose of bulky trash and brush at the city’s sewer plant on Saturday, Oct. 13. KWTB... + continue reading
Monday, October 15, 2018
Posted by Quinlan1
Hundreds of friends, families and volunteers gathered for a Saturday evening candlelight vigil to bring awareness to the Hunt County missing six The non-profit, Texas Advocates for the Missing,... + continue reading
Thursday, October 4, 2018
Posted by Quinlan1
Fathers from Quinlan – Lake Tawakoni and the surrounding area showed up for dinner with their sons and daughters during an All Pro Dads pizza night at Ford High School last week Thursday.... + continue reading
Thursday, October 4, 2018
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Former Hunt County Detention Officer Christopher Thomas Holcombe, 27, of West Tawakoni was taken into custody on Sept. 19 at his residence without incident on four counts of sexual assault. In Nov... + continue reading
Photo by Kendall Lyons
Monday, September 24, 2018
Posted by Quinlan1
From Main Street sidewalks to larger discussions on comprehensive development, the City of Quinlan is taking step after step to improve the infrastructure of the city. Last week, the City Council... + continue reading
Duck Cove Marina. Photo by Jennifer Crunkleton.
Monday, September 24, 2018
Posted by Quinlan1
Jennifer Crunkleton worked for a company recycling paper. She’s now working to recycle a marina. Jennifer and her husband, Rodney, have been working hard to rebuild and expand the Duck Cove... + continue reading
Photo by Kendall Lyons
Duck Cove Marina. Photo by Jennifer Crunkleton.

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09/24/2018
Residents of the City of West Tawakoni have a reason to be curious and even a bit excited. With consistent discussion among city council leaders and Economic Development Corporation leaders, West Tawakoni has big hopes and big plans to grow the city in such a way that it attracts families and businesses. Already, streets have been poured as... + continue reading
#44 Senior J. Howard receives the pass from #8 Sophmore, Eli Chambers, protected by Panthers defensive lineman #53 Junior, Victor Alberto. Panthers lost 27-19. – Courtesy Photo
09/07/2018
The Quinlan Ford Panthers lost to the Caddo Mills Foxes with a final score of 27-19. Defense was strong majority of the game and offense was a sight to see for the first couple of quarters of the game. Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Todd Wallace said that while the loss was discouraging there was plenty to take away from the game... + continue reading
09/07/2018
East Tawakoni and the surrounding Lake Tawakoni area may soon see GoBus travel extended out towards Greenville and beyond if the East Texas Council of Governments approves the consideration. “In the past, we would take citizens from Rains County into Greenville or Sulphur Springs and for whatever reason that was cancelled and stopped,... + continue reading
08/20/2018
Local Boy Scout Nicholas Conaghan from Royce City’s Scout Troop 312 chose to build a Gaga Ball pit for the students of Butler Intermediate. The new pit is located in the middle of a large, open area of the playground behind Butler Intermediate, making it the newest piece of equipment for children returning to school to enjoy during... + continue reading
08/20/2018
Quinlan City Council members held a workshop during their Monday evening meeting to discuss the FY 2018-19 preliminary proposed budget, the FY 2018-19 proposed tax rate and other matters related to the current and proposed annual budget. The proposed tax rate is .544000. City leaders also voted to hold public hearings on the FY18-19 proposed... + continue reading

Sports

10/04/2018
Canton Eagles reigned victorious during their Homecoming game Friday night against the Panthers with a final score of 33-14. In spite of the loss, the Panthers were formidable opponents against... + continue reading
Photo by Deanna Upchurch
10/04/2018
            Quinlan Ford Panthers faced off with Fort Worth Western Hills Cougars winning over them with a final score of 24 to 19.      ... + continue reading

Columns

11/08/2017
By Donna Smith News taken from the Oct. 4, 1929, edition of The Quinlan Review. Again, I am submitting articles from an old newspaper donated by M.K. Epperson from the collection of his father... + continue reading
10/30/2017
Photographer Bobby Baumgardner has donated the original pictures he took of the Quinlan football team from 1971 to 2000. He also donated to the museum the names of the players and the football... + continue reading

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08/20/2018
Local Boy Scout Nicholas Conaghan from Royce City’s Scout Troop 312 chose to build a Gaga Ball pit for the students of Butler Intermediate. The new pit is located in the middle of a large,... + continue reading
05/03/2018
Mark T. Moore will assume duties on Sunday, July 1, as pastor of First United Methodist Church of Quinlan. Staff-Pastor Parish Relations Committee Chair Charles Henderson announced that the... + continue reading