05 29 2015

Lake Tawakoni spills over

Water falls over spillway first time since 2010 By Larry Briscoe Correspondent Weeks of rain has finally ended the long drought and filled Lake Tawakoni. The lake is up from its 12-foot low that began this year. Lake Tawakoni reached full pool [...]

Tigers honor academic excellence at Scholarship Banquet

By David Kapitan Staff Writer   The Wills Point Tiger academic community gathered together at the high school campus last week, recognizing excellence in the classroom during the annual WPHS Scholarship and Who’s Who program May 21. During [...]

The Gray House

By Kayla McDaniel Guest Contributor   There have been many, many photos of destruction that the Van tornado produced. Pictures of uprooted trees, downed power lines and debris scattered throughout the town circled the nation and local [...]

New mayor takes office, old problem resurfaces

By Donnita Fisher Managing Editor   Canton got a new mayor last week and made a little history. Lou Ann Gullett Everett became the city’s first female mayor when she took the oath of office May 19. “I wish you the very best, this council [...]

Quinlan council canvasses election

Quinlan council canvasses election, seats winners Goleman, McDaniel, Frazier sworn into two-year terms   By Larry Briscoe Correspondent   Quinlan election winners were sworn into office May 15 at a special meeting of the Quinlan City [...]