Photo by Larry Briscoe 93-year-old James Hoyle, left, is thanked by Pastor Don Gray for his 43 years of service.
Monday, August 29, 2016
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Members reminded of upcoming ‘Cotton Patch Challenge’ The need for planning ahead for long-term nursing care was a topic heard Thursday at the monthly membership meeting of the Lake... + continue reading

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Saturday, August 27, 2016
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The team gets some last minute practice as the storm clouds move in during last Thursday’s scrimmage.   For more stories like this one, subscribe to the Quinlan-Tawakoni... + continue reading

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Friday, August 26, 2016
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Shopping around paid dividends as big as a firetruck last week for the West Tawakoni Volunteer Fire Department. A firetruck named “Good Will” arrived from Lebanon, Pa., on Monday, shown... + continue reading

Photo by Larry Briscoe A capacity crowd fills the East Tawakoni City Council chamber Tuesday night to discuss vacation rentals in the city.
Wednesday, August 24, 2016
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Decision on vacation rentals delayed for conference Discussion on whether to allow vacation rentals in East Tawakoni spilled over into Tuesday night’s meeting of the East Tawakoni City Council... + continue reading

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Tuesday, August 23, 2016
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Hunt County Kids Inc. volunteers took their school help project to the next step Monday and filled hundreds of backpacks with all the supplies needed for students to start to school next week at... + continue reading

Photo by Larry Briscoe 93-year-old James Hoyle, left, is thanked by Pastor Don Gray for his 43 years of service.

Photo by Larry Briscoe

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Photo by Larry Briscoe A capacity crowd fills the East Tawakoni City Council chamber Tuesday night to discuss vacation rentals in the city.

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08/28/2016
Boles ISD Breakfast Monday-pancake on a stick, cereal and muffin, fresh orange, blueberry cream, choice of milk Tuesday-breakfast square, cereal and muffin, fresh banana, bag apples, choice of milk Wednesday-mini cinnamon waffles, cereal and muffin, fresh pear, fruit... + continue reading
08/28/2016
VFW Auxiliary Post 2559 has announce their CASI chili cook off winners. They are, from left, first: Michele Kirk of Ennis; second, Lamont Jenkins of West Tawakoni and third, Bill Montgomery of Plano. For more stories like this one, subscribe to the Quinlan-Tawakoni... + continue reading

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Courtesy photo Nancy Sathre-Vogel, left, and son Daryl Vogel of Boise, Idaho, are shown with Joyce Forbis of Arrowhead addition. Bill Forbis outfitted Daryl with a bicycle for transportation while he is a student at the University of Texas at Dallas.
08/21/2016
Forbis outfits young cyclist for UTD transportation A Boise, Idaho, student secured a full-ride scholarship to the University of Texas at Dallas, and thanks to a Tawakoni cyclist, he has a ride to get around while there. Daryl Vogel was accompanied by his mother Nancy Sathre-Vogel when they visited Bill and Joyce Forbis on Tuesday at the Forbis... + continue reading

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08/20/2016
Quinlan Ford Panthers moved indoors Friday at Eustace when a thunderstorm hit during their scrimmage with the Bulldogs. High winds blew pads across the field and dropped the temperature from 102 to 73. Heavy rain followed and brought an early end to the game. For more stories like this one, subscribe to the Quinlan-Tawakoni News or pick up a copy... + continue reading

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08/18/2016
A new sign was erected last week at West Tawakoni City Hall that includes the Texas Legislature’s official declaration for the city as the “Catfish Capital of Texas.” Keep West Tawakoni Beautiful (KWTB ) sponsored the sign with financial assistance from West Tawakoni Economic Development Corporation (WTEDC), VFW Post 2559 and... + continue reading

Photo by Larry Briscoe The Quinlan Ford Lady Panthers varsity volleyball season opened this week. The team was introduced to fans at “Meet the Panther” activities Friday night.
08/17/2016
The Quinlan Ford Lady Panthers’ game Tuesday night went to the win column when they defeated the Canton Eaglettes in a five-game thriller. The Lady Panthers won the first 27-25, lost the second 22-25, won the third 25-16 and lost the fourth 19-25. The win came in the fifth with a 15-9 score. Head Coach Corey Jenkins said, “Bree House... + continue reading

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08/15/2016
Keep West Tawakoni Beautiful awarded KWTB August Yard of the Month to Mike and Stacy Deaton, 1624 E. Crestway Dr. Shown are Kathie Magers, Linda Kattner, Stacy and Mike Deaton, Margaret Johnson and Mary Hall. They received a gift certificate to Steve's Nursery, Cash. For more stories like this one, subscribe to the Quinlan-Tawakoni News or... + continue reading

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The team gets some last minute practice as the storm clouds move in during last Thursday’s scrimmage.   For more stories like this one, subscribe to the Quinlan-Tawakoni... + continue reading
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Quinlan Sports Association fall registration is now open for fall baseball and softball ages 8U-14U, according to Tim Hicks. Forms can be found on the QSA webpage, www.leaguelineup.com/Quinlan. For... + continue reading

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Photo by Larry Briscoe The Quinlan Ford Lady Panthers varsity volleyball season opened this week. The team was introduced to fans at “Meet the Panther” activities Friday night.
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Parties to campus-carry lawsuit to return to court   AUSTIN — Three University of Texas professors are seeking a temporary injunction “to at least retain the option of maintaining... + continue reading
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Texas baby is born with Zika-related microcephaly AUSTIN — The Texas Department of State Health Services has confirmed a Zika virus infection in a baby recently born with microcephaly in... + continue reading

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VFW Auxiliary Post 2559 has announce their CASI chili cook off winners. They are, from left, first: Michele Kirk of Ennis; second, Lamont Jenkins of West Tawakoni and third, Bill Montgomery of... + continue reading

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08/25/2016
The TVEC Charitable Foundation has awarded a grant in the amount of $5,000 to Lake Area Shared Ministries Food Pantry. Shown are LASM volunteers Executive Director Gary Cannon, right, accepting the... + continue reading

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