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As you prepare for a new year at college, managing your money may be the last thing on your mind. But college is the perfect time to instill strong and healthy financial habits, such as budgeting and … more
When attempting four seasons of blooms in East Texas gardens, winter can be a challenge. Annuals like pansies and snapdragons can provide winter color, but a very cold spell like the one we had in … more
The Wood County Texas Extension Education Association Club is offering a “Sew Fun” sewing class for adult beginners. The class begins Thursday, Feb. 9 at 6 p.m. at the County Extension Office in … more
February is Black History Month, and the Quitman Public Library is highlighting this with a selection of books and DVDs in the children’s section as well in the display case near the front … more
The mosquito-transmitted Zika virus is a potential threat to the health of unborn babies in Texas and other states, and the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service has stepped up efforts to educate … more
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Greetings to all! We made it into 2017. Here is a quick look back on the Library events of 2016. The library was visited about 18,733 times and library cards were issued to 482 individuals. The … more
Welcome winter. Seventy degrees one day and in the 20s the next. Before I forget, let me direct you to an excellent article written by my friend Lin Grado. Lin’s article appeared in the Wood County … more
Last month I stood in the middle of the circle of desks at the State Board of Education taking the oath of office. As I was standing there, repeating my oath being administered by Senator Larry … more
Children and teenagers who received monetary gifts for the holidays are often excited to choose what to buy. While they should be allowed to spend some of the money or gift cards, as a parent, you … more
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