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I am writing this article for next week’s newspaper on March 1. The wind turned yesterday and it is now coming out of the north with gale force. March is entering like the proverbial lion, and … more
In what our pastor likes to call “the Basic Instruction Book Before Leaving Earth” (BIBLE) we are warned to beware of wolves in sheeps’ clothing. The need for that age-old advice seems never … more
Now is the time to get your garden in shape for spring and summer blooms, and the Quitman Public Library has information you need to get ready. Near the front desk is a seasonal display of books, … more
The Wood County Master Gardener Spring Educational Conference will be held on Saturday, March 11, at the Carroll Green Civic Center located at 602 S. McAllister St. in Quitman. Registration starts at … more
I was watching the Kentucky and Georgia college basketball game recently played in Georgia and not only saw a great game, but one which tested the limits of sportsmanship. There were a couple of … more
Once again as I ponder the subject for this week’s column my mind gravitates toward the things I see right going on in our community. I’ve been told in the past that news people aren’t supposed … more
I suppose I should let the cat out of the bag. Although some in the community have been aware for a few weeks I feel I must inform all of you that I’m leaving the Wood County Monitor. I have … more
Just the other day, I was going through one of the boxes which has been stored for many years and came upon a cassette tape of music by the late Hank Riddle, the musical poet laureate of Hainesville, … more
This week’s paper marks the first announcement on our pages of the Mineola High School Prom Committee’s plans to bring prom back to Mineola. It is something Susan Witt had informed us of and, at … more
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