Tag: Representative Dan Flynn

A joint service color guard raises the Texas flag in commemoration of 180-years of an independent Texas nation and state. Image by Jim Satterwhite.

San Jacinto Day

Texas became a nation one hundred and eighty years ago on San Jacinto Day. Today marks that anniversary. Texas Congressman Dan Flynn presented a Texas Flag to be placed in the Scott McManus Meeting Room at the airport.  The flag flew over the capitol in Austin and was presented to […]

Hunt County Seniors have an opportunity to score a scholarship.

Scholarship Available

Texas High School Seniors Vie for $10,000 in Educational Scholarships State Rep. Flynn is teaming up with the Texas Hospitality Association (THA) to fight underage drinking and to promote alcohol responsibility through a statewide poster contest that will award four 2016 graduating high school seniors $10,000 in educational scholarships. THA […]

Voices Heard in the Night

Voices Heard in the Night

The Herald Banner and the Hunt County GOP Club combined forces and presented a candidate’s forum at the Landmark on Lee.  There appeared to be a standing room only crowd on hand to view the verbal fireworks and smoke rising in place of the spirit of a judge long since departed. […]

State Representative "Fighting Dan" Flynn visited Quinlan today.  Pictured are Representative Flynn, Pam Vicar, Roxanne Turner, Debbie Darter and Judge David McNabb. Photo by Jim Satterwhite.

State Representative Flynn Visits Quinlan

Roxanne Turner with Turtle Creek Financial sponsored a coffee for State Representative Dan Flynn and several other candidates running for offices in Hunt County today. Dan Flynn met with Hunt County Constable Kent Layton, Tawakoni resident and Air Force retiree Ben Bennett, long time Panther Booster Daniel Earls, and other […]

Texas Representative Dan Flynn is a colonel in the Texas State Guard.

Still Serving

Dan Flynn remarked upon graduation from high school in 1962 that his career choice was to play for the NFL.  Unfortunately, short, stocky, boys were not needed in the league so he joined the US Army Texas National Guard.  He served at various post at Ft. Chaffee, Arkansas; Ft. Ord, […]