Monday, September 18, 2017
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The hometown crowd was treated to a Quinlan Ford Panther 40-7 rout of the Winnsboro Red Raiders Friday night at Hobart Lytal Stadium. The Panthers scored steadily and held the Raiders scoreless... + continue reading
Friday, September 15, 2017
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Honor for those lost, praise for those who served and serve, and a vow to never forget were central themes Monday at the “9-11 Remembrance Day” ceremony at West Tawakoni City Park.... + continue reading
Monday, September 11, 2017
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Quinlan Independent School District School Board accepted results of the tax ratification election and canvassed the vote Tuesday night in a short special meeting. The official count did not change... + continue reading
Sunday, September 10, 2017
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Members of First United Methodist Church in Quinlan brought needed supplies and are coordinating with the Greenville Police Association and Coker Mathews Funeral Home to be taken to flood victims in... + continue reading
Saturday, September 9, 2017
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The Quinlan Ford Panthers ran past the Rains Wildcats Friday night for a 48-22 season-opening win. Linus Beierschmitt ran a final yard across the goal line for the Panthers’ first score, and... + continue reading

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09/19/2017
The Quinlan Ford Lady Panthers volleyball teams will host the Kaufman Lions tonight (Friday.) The varsity match begins at 5 p.m. Quinlan lost its first two district matches Friday and Tuesday nights. Coach Frederick Kramer commented “good fight out of the... + continue reading
09/18/2017
A public hearing was held Tuesday night by the West Tawakoni City Council on next year’s proposed budget before the regular monthly meeting. A series of budget workshops were held in preparation of the document. Citizen comments were given including one... + continue reading

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09/09/2017
American Legion Post 517 chapter of Sons of American Legion Commander Billy Creed delivers a load of donations for victims of Hurricane Harvey. Creed said that by the time the truck was loaded and ready to head to Dallas and deliver, enough items had already been donated to make up another truckload. The said the donations delivered included $395... + continue reading
09/04/2017
The world’s interest in its favorite pet bison, WildThing of Quinlan, continues to build, and a new film crew was here this week for another show. The show was originally scheduled to feature WildThing’s friendship with the wolves that also share his home. But the director’s interest took a turn during his visit after... + continue reading
09/03/2017
It looks like Officer Scarlett may be out of the financial doghouse after all and put to work on the West Tawakoni Police force. Scarlett is a Malinois-German Shepherd mix canine, trained as a police dog. Chief of Police Brandon Kilpatrick received a favorable response Thursday night from the city council for adding a K-9 unit to his... + continue reading
09/02/2017
Quinlan hired a new public works director Monday night at a special session of the city council. The council also approved the proposed site plan for a Taco Bell in Quinlan and worked on next year’s finances at a budget workshop. The council appointed Bobby Clay as its new public works director. City Administrator John Adel said Clay... + continue reading
08/30/2017
Sonny Upchurch newest member of board of directors. A facelift for the Lake Tawakoni Regional Chamber of Commerce building in West Tawakoni is in the works, according to Executive director Lynn Simmons. Simmons announced plans for a beautification project for the facility on State Highway 276 at Thursday’s monthly membership meeting to... + continue reading

Sports

09/19/2017
The Quinlan Ford Lady Panthers volleyball teams will host the Kaufman Lions tonight (Friday.) The varsity match begins at 5 p.m. Quinlan lost its first two district matches Friday and Tuesday... + continue reading
09/18/2017
The hometown crowd was treated to a Quinlan Ford Panther 40-7 rout of the Winnsboro Red Raiders Friday night at Hobart Lytal Stadium. The Panthers scored steadily and held the Raiders scoreless... + 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

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09/06/2017
Fourth District Vice President and membership Chairman Mary Wackerow presents award pins to Unit No. 165 President Sonja Williams. The pins will be presented to members of Unit No. 165 who were not... + continue reading
09/06/2017
Fourth District Vice President and membership Chairman Mary Wackerow presents award pins to Unit No. 165 President Sonja Williams. The pins will be presented to members of Unit No. 165 who were not... + continue reading