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Mineola Elementary Honor Roll

Second 9 Weeks
Third, Fourth and Fifth Grades more

Mineola Fire Report, Dec. 31 - Jan. 11

Building fire: Jan. 11, 5:05 p.m., 23472 Shady Lane (Enchanted Lakes), Mineola. more

Mineola Police Report, Jan. 2-8

Jan. 2, 3:56 a.m., city ordinance violation, 600 blk W. Broad, multiple gunshots heard, unable to locate. more

AG receives ag barn donations

Alba-Golden agriculture teacher Richard Lovorn informed the school board that two offices of Texas Farm Credit are donating $10,000 to the district in the wake of the fire at the agricultural facility. more

County COVID leave policy outlined

Wood County commissioners discussed the county’s COVID leave policy in a workshop after Tuesday’s meeting. Commissioners will meet Tuesday (Jan. 19) at 8:30 a.m. to adopt a policy. more

Ships of mercy take healing around the world

The enormous undertaking of running the hospital ship “Africa Mercy” is such a complex challenge that it is difficult to fully appreciate. However when talking with anyone associated with Mercy Ships, the challenges just seem dwarfed by the life-changing goodness which the organization creates. more

Rowland named to dean’s list

Jacob Rowland of Quitman has been named to Eastern New Mexico University’s dean’s list for the fall 2020 semester. more

Quitman Development Corp. eyes possible community garden

The possibility of a community garden located in the big clearing immediately west of the RV park at Jim Hogg City Park was discussed. This would be a whole community-type project, not just something put into action by one particular organization. more

COVID-19 hospitalizations remain high

The area of East Texas including Wood County is nearing one month of consecutive days when hospitalizations topped the 15% mark for COVID-19 patients. more

Sales taxes see slight gain to start new year

Sales tax revenue in Wood County started the year ahead of last year, with the first report for 2021 from the state comptroller’s office. more

New position with sheriff’s office is a homecoming

A law enforcement veteran and Quitman High School graduate has taken on the opportunity to serve as Wood County Sheriff Kelly Cole’s chief deputy.  Nikki Oglesby Wright has been tabbed by Cole as his second in command of the Wood County law enforcement structure. more

Filing underway in city council, school board elections

Filing for places on city council and school board ballots began Wednesday and goes until Friday, Feb. 12 for the May 1 elections. more
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