Thursday, October 20, 2016
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American Legion West Tawakoni Post No. 517 hosted the American Legion Fourth District membership tour on Saturday. District officers including those from the West Tawakoni post are shown during the... + continue reading
Tuesday, October 18, 2016
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Donning his homemade corn cap, made by his wife, Nancy, Jeff Cleveland promotes the Cornhole Tournament at Lord's Acre at First United Methodist Church of Quinlan on Saturday, Nov. 12, at 11 a.m... + continue reading
Monday, October 17, 2016
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Plans are underway for a grand Veterans Day on Nov. 11 at all campuses of Quinlan Independent School District, according to Tiffony Upchurch, Quinlan ISD Director of School Community Relations. An... + continue reading
Sunday, October 16, 2016
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Chief presents honor at West Tawakoni meeting The effort of a West Tawakoni Police officer in saving a missing child was honored Tuesday night at the regular monthly meeting of the city council.... + continue reading
Friday, October 14, 2016
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The Quinlan Ford Panther varsity football team was back in action this week against the Princeton Panthers after last week’s bye. It was a hard fought game, but Quinlan came up short 37-15.... + continue reading

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First United Methodist Church ramp crew, from bottom left, Cathy Williamson, Jerry Porter, Joe Fox, Roger Taylor, Larry Ensor, homeowner recipients Mrs. and Mr. Ray Hall, ramp leader Pat Taggert and Andrew Collins. Taggert said, “Shortly, we will have another ramp... + continue reading
The West Tawakoni Park Board is requesting everyone's help on Oct. 31 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. in the West Tawakoni City Park, according to Tiffony Upchurch. “This is going to be the annual Trunk or Treat for our kids. The board is requesting donations of candy, which... + continue reading

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Crowd cheers ‘Life in the Q — Quinlan Panther Q’ parade A huge crowd turned out Saturday for Quinlan Independent School District’s annual parade and fall festival. Spur 264 from D.C. Cannon Elementary School and Main Street were lined on both sides with parade goers. Parade grand marshal was Quinlan native Gary Cannon... + continue reading
Three $2,500 awards possible over next 60 days A façade improvement grant program for West Tawakoni businesses was approved Monday night by the West Tawakoni Economic Development Corporation (WTEDC) at its regular monthly meeting. Three grants for $2,500 each can be awarded by the plan over the next 60 days. “We hope to improve the... + continue reading
Prayer is held at Indian Oaks for those attending Tuesday’s night observance of National Night out. West Tawakoni Police and Fire Departments participated in the neighborhood gatherings that were also held at Hales Retreat, Tawakoni Grove and Arrowhead additions. Those shown at Indian Oaks include, clockwise from left corner, West Tawakoni... + continue reading
Homecoming activities will come to an end Friday, Oct. 7 at Boles ISD. A pep rally will be held Friday, Oct. 7 at 2:20 p.m. followed by a pre-game Homecoming Court ceremony at 6:50 p.m. which will include crowing of the homecoming king and queen. On Saturday, Oct. 8, the BHS Student Council will sponsor a homecoming dance held at the high school... + continue reading
The annual parade and fall festival will open Homecoming 2016 on Saturday. "Life in the Q — Quinlan Panther Q" is this year’s theme for the festivities. Quinlan native Gary Cannon will serve as parade grand marshal. Cannon will be inducted into the Quinlan Independent School of Fame Thursday, Oct. 13. Parade start time is... + continue reading


It was Panthers vs. Panthers last week as the C.B. Thompson Middle School brand of cat played their counterparts from Princeton, according to Athletic Coordinator Colten Lovvorn. Eighth-grade B team... + continue reading
This past week the Quinlan Ford Lady Panther volleyball team lost two matches to the Community Braves and to the Caddo Mills Foxes. The two 3-0 losses brought their overall record to 12 wins, 23... + continue reading


State opts out of federal refugee resettlement program Texas has acted on its threat to withdraw from the federal refugee resettlement program, Gov. Greg Abbott said on Sept. 30. Texas had demanded... + continue reading
Education chief announces fines assessed to testing service   Texas Education Commissioner Mike Morath on Aug. 23 announced the Texas Education Agency will fine the company that delivers and... + continue reading


First United Methodist Church ramp crew, from bottom left, Cathy Williamson, Jerry Porter, Joe Fox, Roger Taylor, Larry Ensor, homeowner recipients Mrs. and Mr. Ray Hall, ramp leader Pat Taggert and... + continue reading
Seaman Zachary Murphree of Quinlan, left, and Petty Officer 1st Class Jonathan Quevedo, of Palm Bay, Fla., await green range clearance from the bridge during a live-fire .50 caliber machine gun... + continue reading