Tag: Chief Ryan Biggers

Firefighters saved a front end loader Friday afternoon after a wildfire erupted in Quinlan. Image by Chuck Webb with Texas Dronology.

Chance of Wildfire Remains High in the County

Texas A&M Forest Service announced that wildfire danger is high in the county.  Drought conditions remain high.  Most of the extreme fire danger is in counties west of Ft. Worth. Some relief may occur this week when a cold front in August slowly rolls across the county. Welcome rain should […]

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 camping trailer caught fire and was destroyed.  The quick response by the fire departments saved the nearby home. Photo by J. Satterwhite

Two Alarm House Fire in Cash

A travel trailer parked next to a home on Highway 34 South was fully involved when a motorist stopped by the Cash Fire Department and notified the firemen.  It was immediately designated a Two-alarm fire when Cash Volunteer Fire Department, Quinlan, Caddo Mills, Tawakoni West and Greenville responded to the scene. […]