Like the inspiring words of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. have echoed down the decades of history, the songs raised in his honor echoed through the tall trees surrounding the expansive grounds of the Mineola Civic Center Monday morning.
With cases of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) surging again, some local students missed school days last week. Quitman students did not have school Friday and Yantis closed Thursday and Friday.
Two COVID-19 vaccination clinics have been scheduled in Mineola in the upcoming days.
Filing for city council and school board elections gets underway Wednesday, Jan. 19 and goes until Feb. 18.
There are occasions when one happens upon something out of the past. It just happens, often without rhyme or reason. So it was that after many years, the joy of Louis L’Amour found its way back.
The Quitman Pilot Club’s Chili Cook-Off will be Friday, Jan. 28 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Carroll Green Civic Center in Quitman. Well-known for a fun time in support of a good cause, there’s always some tasty chili served with lots of laughs at festive booths.
The Winnsboro Lady Raiders lived up to their lofty status as one of the premier Class 3A teams in the state as they scored early and often on the way to an impressive 82-26 district win over Quitman Friday.
The Mineola Yellowjackets found a way to win last Tuesday in Harmony, carving out a 59-55 victory over the Eagles.