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02/14/2019
Four-year-old Landrie “teencie” Lay now has a confirmed match according to her mother, Lindsay Lay, and family. On Nov. 9, 2018, the Lay family discovered after several doctor visits that Landrie had Myelodysplastic Syndromes (MDS), a type of Bone Marrow... + continue reading
02/14/2019
On February 6th, 2019 at approximately 4:00 p.m. a Hunt County Sheriff’s Deputy conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in the 1400 block of County Road 2178 that he knew to have been stolen earlier in the day.  The driver was identified as Ernest Jacob Blakeney... + continue reading
Thursday, February 14, 2019
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You’ve probably noticed a bit of commotion at the old “Budget Saver” building as you drive along Highway 34 or Highway 276. Scott Ward and his team of workers and contractors are... + continue reading
Thursday, February 14, 2019
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39-year-old Travis May was recently recognized by The St. Louis Business Journal in a special “40 under 40” series for his work in cutting edge technology for Mastercard.  May has... + continue reading
Monday, February 4, 2019
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Quinlan woman Carrie Mae Parker has been missing since 1991 and the Hunt County Sheriff’s Office and the organization, Community United Effort (CUE), are furthering their investigation. The... + continue reading
Monday, February 4, 2019
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D.C. Cannon Elementary was a buzz with excited boys and girls for the Annual Hunt County Reading Round-Up on Friday morning. Some of the children donned cowboy attire, lining up one after another... + continue reading
Monday, February 4, 2019
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Quinlan Police Officer Jorge Herrerra was honored with a Certificate of Merit during the Jan. 14 Quinlan City Council Meeting. For putting in extra effort to help a citizen that was in need and using... + continue reading

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02/04/2019
The Quinlan Independent School District administration team along with front-line teachers came together to honor and celebrate the school board for all that they do to oversee and give support to QISD. To read the full article, subscribe to The Quinlan-Tawakoni News or pick up a copy from one of our vendors.  + continue reading
02/04/2019
Catfish anglers from several states will travel to the Lake Tawakoni at West Tawakoni, TX for a King Kat Tournament Trail event presented by Bass Pro Shops Cabela’s. Local and traveling anglers will be vying for cash, prizes, and an opportunity to compete at the 2019 King Kat Classic which will feature a guaranteed payout of $120,000 in cash... + continue reading
01/17/2019
Landrie Lay is like any four-year-old girl, full of life and awe for a world so big, bright and new. Landrie’s mother and father, Lindsay and Christopher Lay and their family lovingly refer to her as “teencie.” “How that happened, my husband nicknamed me ‘tiny,’ I’m very outgoing and Landrie came a... + continue reading
01/15/2019
The Westmoreland family suffered a major loss this week after finding their service dog dead in the front yard of their Quinlan home. The death was caused by a gunshot wound, killing their dog known in the community as Journey. Journey served as a service dog to Hannah Westmoreland, a 15-year-old girl who suffers from diabetes. Journey, her... + continue reading
01/14/2019
The Quinlan Ford Lady Panthers defeated the Farmersville Farmers in a 62-46 victory. The Lady Panthers started the game with a strong lead of 20 points during the first quarter and continued to maintain their lead against Farmersville. Farmersville gained only eight points to start. Girls Athletic Coordinator and Head Girls Basketball Coach... + continue reading

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02/04/2019
Though the Quinlan Ford High School Junior Varsity Girls and Varsity Boys did lose to the Sunnyvale Raiders in last weeks game, the Varsity Girls did come out on top in a close victory with a final... + continue reading
Eli Chambers going for a shot. Panthers win against Community 52-31
01/17/2019
The Varsity Boys, Varsity Girls and Junior Varsity Girls bested Community in their most recent Basketball game. The boys defeated Community 52 – 31 with Eli Chambers notably scoring 24... + continue reading

Columns

11/01/2018
Gov. Greg Abbott on Oct. 24 announced $55.5 million in funding from the federal Homeland Security Grant Program to support state and local efforts to prevent terror attacks and crack down on... + continue reading
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

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02/14/2019
39-year-old Travis May was recently recognized by The St. Louis Business Journal in a special “40 under 40” series for his work in cutting edge technology for Mastercard.  May has... + continue reading
02/04/2019
D.C. Cannon Elementary was a buzz with excited boys and girls for the Annual Hunt County Reading Round-Up on Friday morning. Some of the children donned cowboy attire, lining up one after another... + continue reading