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09/07/2018
The Quinlan Independent School District held a bullying awareness event at the Personal Responsibility in Daily Effort (PRIDE) academy building last Thursday evening. Director of Student Leadership and P.R.I.D.E. academy Michael Tull said that this awareness event is... + continue reading
09/07/2018
Texas Department of Transportation officials announced that work on two new traffic signals in Hunt County would begin Sept. 4. Texas Traffic Control Systems Inc. was granted 60 working days, weather permitting, to complete this project valued at more than $327,000.... + 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
Friday, September 7, 2018
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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... + continue reading
Friday, September 7, 2018
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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.... + continue reading
Monday, August 20, 2018
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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
City of Quinlan adding new sidewalks
Monday, August 20, 2018
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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... + continue reading
Friday, August 3, 2018
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CASA for Hunt County gained six new volunteers on July 24. Before being sworn in by the judge, these volunteers passed CPS and criminal background checks, completed 30 hours of coursework and... + 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
City of Quinlan adding new sidewalks

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Coach Mike Barton
08/03/2018
You may remember a coach or a teacher that really inspired you, someone you really liked not because they were easy to work with, but because they were tough but fair, and kind of fun and maybe, just maybe, even cool! Coach Mike Barton used to be the head coach at Thompson Middle School. Barton now helps out in the athletic department and... + continue reading
05/03/2018
“The Quinlan ISD Education Foundation has officially announced grants awarded for the 2018-19 school year, and we cannot be more excited,” said Vice President of Programs Barbara Norris. Quinlan ISD Director of School Community Relations Tiffony Upchurch several marked several changes this year in applying for a student enrichment... + continue reading
05/03/2018
Quinlan Independent School District Panther martial arts students competed Saturday, April 7, in the Cowtown Karate Tournament in Fort Worth. Twenty-five students from first grade through high school participated in the tournament. Tiffony Upchurch, Quinlan ISD Director of School Community Relations said, “The students from Quinlan ISD... + continue reading
05/03/2018
“Welcome Aboard, Let’s Disco” was the theme and set an upbeat tempo for Friday night’s third annual Auction on the Lake fundraiser for the Lake Tawakoni Regional Chamber of Commerce. The event was held at Peninsula Ranch and Lodge. The buffet dinner was catered by Sweet Water Grill. Many of the chamber’s... + continue reading
05/03/2018
Four Quinlan Independent School District ACE Panther martial arts students on Saturday were awarded karate black belts. Angel Alvarado, Tyler Roton, Tanner Oliver and Jonathan Daniel are the first students to become black belts through the Panther Martial Arts program. David Sleeper, a QISD educator who works on the C.B. Thompson Middle... + continue reading

Sports

#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... + continue reading
09/06/2018
This year, the Quinlan Ford Panther’s are competing in the 9-4A, Division I as they start in the Fall 2018 Football season. On Aug. 17, the Panthers had a scrimmage with Mt. Vernon at home.... + 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

Lifestyle

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