03 01 2015

Tawakoni rescue saves two lives

Second boat responds to calls for help   By Larry Briscoe Correspondent   Two men were rescued from the top of their capsized boat Friday afternoon when their calls for help were heard by another boat. “He saved our lives.” Justin [...]

Hamil stresses optimism at monthly chamber lunch

Annual auction announced for May 9   By Larry Briscoe Correspondent   Local dentist Dr. Gene Hamil hosted and spoke on optimism at the February monthly luncheon of the Lake Tawakoni Regional Chamber of Commerce. Hamil pointed out the [...]

Work on new park expected in March

QSID school board hears update, reports; presents awards  By Larry Briscoe Correspondent   The Quinlan Independent School District School Board took on a jam-packed schedule Monday night with action on business, reports and awards. The [...]

Police chief expected back on duty

By Larry Briscoe Correspondent West Tawakoni Chief of Police Brandon Kilpatrick was expected to return to duty after the city council voted Tuesday night to take no action in connection with a Jan. 13 police incident. The council voted 4-1 to [...]

Fire destroys couples new trailer

A fire during the early morning hours Feb. 2 destroyed the newly bought trailer of a young couple on Sundown Drive between Horizon and Johnson off Hwy. 276 in West Tawakoni. The man, who declined to give his name, said the couple had purchased [...]