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Mineola Memorial Library Notes

We made it to the end of the month. April showers really did bring May flowers.

The big question: when will the Mineola Memorial Library reopen? more

Mineola Memorial Library Notes

Here we are in May. Things are beginning to open up based on Governor Abbott’s directives, Judge Lucy Hebron’s instructions, availability of cleaning supplies and comfort level of establishment. more

In East Texas Gardens

Shade in your garden is a welcome respite during a Texas summer, but it can also be a source of beauty throughout the spring. May brings blooms on some of my favorite shade-loving plants. more

Sports Beat

Before lighting my pipe at the local soccer field, I wandered off an appropriate distance from the group of parents gathered on the sideline. My estimation of appropriate standBefore lighting my pipe at the local soccer field, I wandered off an appropriate distance from the group of parents gathered on the sideline. My estimation of appropriate stand-off distance must have been underestimated, as a man separated himself from the group and headed my way. more

Mineola Memorial Library Notes

Here comes the end of April and the beginning of May. What flowers do you think we will see? What part of our routine will change as we continue this pandemic journey? more

Corner Column

A long time ago in a galaxy far away, I was once a high school senior. more

Sports Beat

No one noticed the injury. Only after the point was scored did the collective audience see that one of the players did not get up. more

Home Sweet Home

Have you been recently diagnosed with diabetes? Or perhaps you need a refresher course to get you back on track with your diabetes management? Now is the time. more

Quitman Library Connections

The Quitman Public Library building remains temporarily closed until mandates are lifted. You may return your materials by leaving them in the book drop at the east entrance or just hang on to them … more

Corner Column

There is so much information swirling around it becomes difficult to keep up with it all, much less to make sense of it.

No sooner do we report something than it changes. more

Mineola Memorial Library Notes

Greetings to all! Are you staying at home and washing your hands? The library staff is doing that, too. We say thank you to our first responders, medical personnel, grocery and food industry … more

Sports Beat

The baseball season had been a trying one. The team was talented, but like all teams they had a number of strengths and more than a few weaknesses. It is what makes high school sports so appealing. more
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