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Mount Pisgah Baptist Church (located on FM 49 between Hainesville and Pine Mills) will stage a revival with Brother Malcolm Ellis from June 9 to 12.  He will be holding both Sunday services on … more
It was a century ago, and the year was 1919.

The 1919 Chicago White Sox were immortalized as the infamous “Black Sox” after throwing the baseball World Series to the Cincinnati Reds. President Woodrow Wilson was incapacitated by a stroke during the final year of his presidency. The Treaty of Versailles, which officially ended World War I, was ratified by every combatant nation except the United States. And in Bowling Green, Ohio, a baby girl was born. more
Holly Brook Baptist Church has declared the week of June 3-7 “Love Week” in the Hawkins community and surrounding area. The week will be one when Holly Brook members serve the community. On … more
The Greater Hawkins Veterans Memorial Association (GHVMA) honored those who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country by conducting a Memorial Day ceremony on May 27. The event drew around 70 … more
Hubbard Chapel Baptist Church will host its Vacation Bible School on Saturday, June 8. The theme will be “Won’t You Be My Friend?” The class will consider questions on the Biblical basis for … more
The annual Hooked on Fishing youth tournament in Wood County is set for this Saturday, June 1 at the Sabine River Authority headquarters at Lake Fork. The tournament starts at 8 a.m. and runs … more
Recently, members of the Mineola Pilot Club and MHS Anchor Club, with assistance from the Mineola Police Department, held their annual bicycle safety program for second-graders at Mineola Primary … more
Sonnia Hill, a native plant expert from Tyler, visited the Wood County Arboretum and Botanical Gardens on May 22 to locate native or non-native plants in the area north of George Bridge. The area is … more
Faith Baptist Church invites the Quitman community to attend the Faith Outside the Walls End of School Year Block Party on Friday, June 7, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the parking lot, 405 S. Hart. The celebration block party is free to attend. more
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