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11/01/2018
On behalf of the Student Council of Ford High School and the Quinlan Independent School District, under the sponsorship of Ms. Vickie Smith, and despite a week of rain, the Quinlan Ford Homecoming Court ceremony was able to take place on the track this past Friday night in... + continue reading
11/01/2018
The midterm elections are upon us as Americans from coast to coast prepare to cast the vote for their person of choice in multiple city, school, county and state races. North Texans have already shown up in record turnout for early voting and are expected to show up in... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 7, 2018
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Election Night and early Wednesday morning results poured in from coast to coast with projections declaring the Democrats to take majority control of the U.S. House of Representatives, while... + continue reading
Thursday, November 1, 2018
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D.C. Cannon Principal Angela House starts her day like any normal mother. She makes sure her kids are ready for a good, full school day. She goes to work, and does the same thing for the elementary... + continue reading
Thursday, November 1, 2018
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The City of West Tawakoni Economic Development Corporation shared the latest preliminary front elevation rendering of what is presently called Lakewest Plaza. The rendering features a movie... + continue reading
Thursday, November 1, 2018
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The Panthers suffered yet another disappointing loss in last Friday’s game against the Athens Hornets with a final score of 50 – 29. The Hornets took the lead right away in the first... + continue reading
Thursday, November 1, 2018
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Last weeks torrent of rainstorms caused flooding in some low-line and dense parts of the Quinlan – Lake Tawakoni area and caused Lake Tawakoni to rise a little above flood stage. Drivers... + continue reading

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11/01/2018
Potholes in roads, tall grass, water and sewage drainage and unity in spite of politics in the city council were amongst the topics that were addressed during the West Tawakoni Political Forum. Candidates running for office answered written questions and audience questions in a panel discussion in an effort to share what they would do to handle... + continue reading
10/19/2018
“I feel great … and wet,” said Secretary of PRIDE academy, Angie Stringer, who was accompanied by Christina Tull, Michael Tull’s wife and others who are members of the PRIDE academy for the school district. The wet and rainy weather conditions that hit the Quinlan – Lake Tawakoni area all day Saturday made... + continue reading
10/15/2018
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, hosted the evening program at the Greenville Sports Park Pavilion with photos of the missing six set up for all to see, guest speakers and time for... + continue reading
10/04/2018
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. Quinlan Independent School District is known to place great focus on students as well as their families with afterschool programs like All Pro Dads and... + continue reading
10/04/2018
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. 2017 serious allegations were made against a Detention Officer with the Hunt County Sheriff’s Office that were of a criminal and internal... + continue reading

Sports

11/01/2018
The Panthers suffered yet another disappointing loss in last Friday’s game against the Athens Hornets with a final score of 50 – 29. The Hornets took the lead right away in the first... + continue reading
10/19/2018
Though the Quinlan Ford Panthers lost to Midlothian Heritage Jaguars in last weeks game with a score of 40-14, Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Todd Wallace said that improvement was shown... + continue reading

Columns

11/01/2018
Gov. Greg Abbott on Oct. 24 announced $55.5 million in funding from the federal Homeland Security Grant Program to support state and local efforts to prevent terror attacks and crack down on... + continue reading
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

Lifestyle

11/01/2018
D.C. Cannon Principal Angela House starts her day like any normal mother. She makes sure her kids are ready for a good, full school day. She goes to work, and does the same thing for the elementary... + 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,... + continue reading