Memory care center gets $6 million boost
The Memory Health Life Center project has been approved for a $6 million federal appropriation.
Mineola spans century and a half, rolls down Broad St.
Ms. Sesquicentennial Martha Holmes participated in the procession westward through town.
Mineola celebrates sesquicentennial in style
Spanning nearly a dozen decades represented in style, the fashion-forward looked back at looks from years gone by.
Growing competition gets hairy
Bushy, sculpted, whispy or coarse – the competitors in the beard master competition all brought something unique on their chins to the gazebo in downtown Mineola.
Sesquicentennial festivity aglow at dusk
A balloon glow capped off the day of sesquicentennial festivities dubbed Spring Fling.
Memorial Day event planned at courthouse
Primary school groundbreaking Thursday
Mineola ISD Education Foundation makes teachers’ day
Mineola HS students pass on scientific knowledge
Quitman HS names top 2023 grads
Joisalyn Tarno is the valedictorian for the Quitman High School 2023 graduating class. She is the daughter of John and Kelee Tarno.
Pair to lead Yantis Class of ‘23 grads
Elgin Curry and Jude Calvillo will lead the Yantis High School graduating class of 2023 when 27 seniors cross the stage at the high school Saturday, May 27 at 6 p.m.
City seeks donations for annual fireworks show
The annual city of Mineola Fourth of July fireworks show is planned Tuesday, July 5 at nightfall at the Mineola Civic Center.
Sylvia Kay Dykes, 1941-2023
Sylvia Kay Dykes, 81, of Mineola passed away peacefully on May 1, 2023 in Fort Worth. Sylvia Kay was born on Dec. 28, 1941 to Mr. & Mrs. C.J. Clark in Elizabethton, Tenn.
Blood drive set
Singer to add touch of Broadway to symphonic band
Quitman church planning annual community event
Annual kid fishing event June 3 at Lake Fork
Service clubs combine forces for car show
Mineola girls golf team places 12th in state meet
The Mineola varsity girls golf team did not improve on their 12th-place position on the second day of the state golf tournament Tuesday, May 16 at the Jimmy Clay municipal golf course in Austin.
Mineola ISD plans numerous free summer sports camps
The following summer camps are being offered at Mineola schools at no charge to participants.
Times, dates and locations are listed along with contact emails.
Council honors Taylor
Kevin Taylor has spent 37 years working for the city of Quitman.
He was honored at last Thursday’s city council meeting on the announcement of his retirement.
Hudsons benefit library, McFarland
The Mineola Memorial Library and The Addie E. McFarland Foundation each received a donation of $4,855 from the Max and Mary Hudson Charitable Foundation on Friday.
The Hudson Foundation was established by lifelong residents of Mineola, Max and Mary Hudson.
Savor on the bricks
The Mineola Chamber of Commerce helped kick off sesquicentennial week in Mineola with Savor on the Bricks, a five-course dinner served on N. Johnson St., prepared by local restaurants Tuesday, May 16.
FFA preserving meeting decorum
Inspiration can come in many forms. It is one of the surprises of life, that at an unanticipated moment, life can hand you some help.
It was while reading a “Hank the Cowdog” book as a part of a little one’s bedtime routine that inspiration struck.
Military honor awarded to Hammer
Mineola ISD board hands out recognitions
UT Tyler names spring semester honor students
Quitman grad makes college President’s List
Cothern joins honor society
Yantis board names superintendent finalist
402nd District Court accepts guilty pleas
Mineola Fire Department Report
Wood County Sheriff’s Report
Mineola Police Report