Friday, April 28, 2017
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New executive director replaces Darter The Lake Tawakoni Regional Chamber of Commerce introduced the new executive director Thursday at its monthly membership luncheon. Lynn Simmons will fill... + continue reading
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
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Results of recent elections by East Tawakoni and West Tawakoni fire departments were announced this week. East Tawakoni Fire Chief Kevin Willbanks, left, and West Tawakoni Fire Chief Kyle Harrison... + continue reading
Monday, April 24, 2017
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Council, citizens mull over what could be done Many concerns and few solutions were heard during an informal discussion Tuesday night at a meeting of the East Tawakoni City Council on the problem... + continue reading
Sunday, April 23, 2017
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Quinlan First Assembly of God will host a free baseball clinic Sunday afternoon, April 23, from 1 until 3. The head baseball coach at Southwestern Assembly of God University (SAGU), Coach Sam... + continue reading
Sunday, April 23, 2017
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Ten-year-old Tyler Evans of Terrell broke the Lake Tawakoni junior record for a Black Crappie on Saturday with a weight of 1.8 pounds. Tyler was fishing with his dad, James Evans, at Tawakoni Marina... + continue reading

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04/29/2017
A baby shower was held by the Tawakoni Civic Club on Monday, April 17. Virginia Johnson said the Rainbow Room emergency resource center of CPS was the recipient of many gifts of clothing, diapers, bottles and other baby supplies. Officers of CPS are Margaret Johnson, John... + continue reading
04/29/2017
The city of West Tawakoni and Keep West Tawakoni Beautiful (KWTB) once again will allow the city’s water service customers to dispose of bulky trash and brush at the city’s sewer plant for the first time since last October, starting Saturday, April 29, according... + continue reading

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04/22/2017
Lady Panthers Alyssa Alvarez, Candice Linn and Jare' Andrews are very excited about the double play started by freshman Hailey Gore. For more stories like this one, subscribe to the Quinlan-Tawakoni News or pick up a copy from one of our vendors.  + continue reading
04/22/2017
Stand Up for Texas Public School Awards presented “Thank you very much for being an integral part of the task of educating our kids,” Quinlan Independent School District School Board President Kenny Stone told recipients of Stand Up for Texas Public Schools Awards. Supt. Dr. Debra Crosby echoed Stone’s appreciation and said... + continue reading
04/21/2017
Fulbright leads team, district stats; fifth in state on batters struck out District baseball is winding down and the Quinlan Ford Panthers are inching closer to their first playoff berth since 2000. Assistant Coach Matt Wingo said the district matchup at Community at press time on Tuesday, April 18, was huge for playoff implications. The... + continue reading
04/21/2017
This young man takes time during the East Tawakoni Police annual Easter egg hunt to deliver a flower he picked for his Mom. For more stories like this one, subscribe to the Quinlan-Tawakoni News or pick up a copy from one of our vendors.  + continue reading
04/17/2017
Reigan Kazmierczak is safe as she slides in at home April 4 in a 26-8 win over the Terrell Tigers. For more stories like this one, subscribe to the Quinlan-Tawakoni News or pick up a copy from one of our vendors.  + continue reading

Sports

04/23/2017
Quinlan First Assembly of God will host a free baseball clinic Sunday afternoon, April 23, from 1 until 3. The head baseball coach at Southwestern Assembly of God University (SAGU), Coach Sam... + continue reading
04/22/2017
Lady Panthers Alyssa Alvarez, Candice Linn and Jare' Andrews are very excited about the double play started by freshman Hailey Gore. For more stories like this one, subscribe to the Quinlan-... + 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

04/29/2017
A baby shower was held by the Tawakoni Civic Club on Monday, April 17. Virginia Johnson said the Rainbow Room emergency resource center of CPS was the recipient of many gifts of clothing, diapers,... + continue reading
04/27/2017
The Quinlan Ford theater department performs “Guys and Dolls” to enthusiastic reviews. The next production for the group is coming in the spring with “Peter Pan.” For... + continue reading