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Greetings! March is certainly trying to come in like a lion. Hopefully that means a pleasant spring is not too far behind. more
I was in my mid thirties living a fairly normal life and, as I recall, there was a knock on the door. It was my pastor asking me to take over teaching the adult Sunday school class, not something I was prepared to do, either emotionally or educationally. But I agreed to do it if the class would think of me as a moderator instead of a teacher. more
So many of you have commented on the combining of the Wood County Democrat and Mineola Monitor and asked, “Well, is it going to be for the better, or for the worse?” Our plan is for it to be for … more
Our trip east to the groomer one morning last week was the telltale sign. As our little Jack Russell rescue terrier fidgeted around on the passenger seat, a persistent chiming eventually demanded my awareness. Surprise and amusement eased in as I realized our lapdog was setting off the seatbelt alarm for the first time. more
July is National Anti-boredom month, and what better place to combat boredom than at your local library? In addition to being a comfortable, quiet place to read and study, the Quitman Public Library has a great deal to offer. more
Question: Can I complete business with Social Security online? Answer: There are many things you can do on Social Security’s website. You can conduct most of your Social Security … more
It is no longer fun anymore. Remember when Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas were times you looked forward to sharing with family and friends and just simply enjoy life as it was, you know, those … more
Having been a member of the Monitor staff for 35 plus years, I have become accustomed to the odd little things that cross my desk… now computer. Some of the tidbits are print worthy and many are … more
The annual Friend to Friend Women’s Health Program is scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 11 from noon - 2 p.m. at St. Peter’s Catholic Church, 203 Meadowbrook in Mineola. This free program will offer … more
I am going out on a limb and officially declaring the arrival of Spring! Wood County is now showcasing its famous dogwoods, azaleas and wisteria. Many other flowering trees and shrubs can be viewed … more
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