Tag: Cash Volunteer Fire Department

Campaign signs are tossed like trash at the polling station in Cash, Texas.

Editorial: An End to Civility

The election season is too long. We finished a highly contested election in 2017, and it seems less than six months later (June 2017) that Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke held a rally at the Landmark in Greenville. Of course, one expects red meat to be tossed to the political parties’ […]

Get your barbecue fix quenched this weekend at Cash Volunteer Fire Department. Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Four Smokers are Smoking

Four smokers provided by Farmers Electric Co-op were smoking up barbecue treats for the public at the Cash Volunteer Fire Department this morning.  Meal service consisting of ribs, brisket, sausage, sides, fixings and desert will begin at five PM and continue until nine PM at the department located about seven […]

The parking lot was filled and a line formed for hot cakes from the griddle at Cash Volunteer Fire Department. Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Cakes on the Griddle

Cash Volunteer Firefighters Christmas and St. John were busy putting cakes on the griddle at the Cash, Texas fire station this morning.  Santa was in the recreation room and deserving boys and girls were getting their pictures taken with the jolly old elf. The department has one truck out of […]

The firefighter/cooks broke even after the first hour of the fund raising event.  This is the Second Annual Fish Fry. Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Fire Department Fish Fry

The Cash community was established in the mid-1890s by Edward H.R. Green, president of the Texas Midland Railroad. Originally called Sylvia, the area developed into a farming center. Lilly Johnson a local store keeper in 1965 said then, “an attempt by residents to change the settlement’s name from Sylvia to Money after […]

A fire got out of control very quickly Friday afternoon and resulted in the loss of a home at 1100 Robin Lane in Quinlan.  Photo courtesy of the Cash Volunteer Fire Department.

Home Destroyed

A controlled burn of accumulated leaves got out of hand Friday afternoon and eventually resulted in a three-alarm fire near 1100 Robin Lane in Quinlan.  Units from Cash, East and West Tawakoni, Tawakoni South, Able Springs (Rains County) and Union Valley responded.   [the_ad_group id=”1017″]   Richard Hill, Director of Hunt County […]