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Mineola ISD seeking input on reopening schools

Parents and staff in Mineola ISD are being asked to complete a survey concerning the reopening of school in the fall. more

Letter to the Editor

My last day with the Mineola Chamber of Commerce will be Saturday, Aug. 1. Although I have very much enjoyed my time at the chamber, I know I need to further my education. more

Honoring the fallen

White on board for CTE programs

Kevin White of Mineola has been named community liaison for the Career and Technical Education Consortium for Mineola and five surrounding school districts. more

Quitman council sets pool reopening

In an indicator of returning normalcy, the Quitman City Council on May 21 unanimously approved the opening of the city pool. more

Alba EDC creates fund to aid businesses

Small businesses in the city of Alba can apply for up to $2,000 in assistance to help with challenges from the COVID-19 restrictions implemented in March. more

County EDC wants to offer $100K to assist businesses

The Wood County Economic Development Commission (WCEDC) passed a resolution at Thursday’s meeting hoping to aid Wood County businesses with emergency financial assistance. more

Some heroes wear masks, others make them

The COVID-19 pandemic has sparked stories of tragedy and uncertain emotions and feelings. But it has also seen unlikely heroes rise to the occasion, from first responders to those on the front lines of the war on the virus and those who have turned their time staying at home into positive action for others. more

Bigham honored for 22 years

Mayor Pro Tem Novada Bigham took the mayor’s gavel to open her final meeting on the Mineola City Council Monday.

Bigham has served Ward Three for 22 years and stepped down at the end of her 11th term. more

Mineola utility customers given deadline

Mineola residents who are late on their utility bills will have two upcoming deadlines to meet. more

More turn to home gardening during pandemic

Dana Gray of Grays’ Nursery and Garden Center summed up Northeast Texas’ vegetable providers in a word. “Overwhelmed,” she said. “The 30-40 providers in Northeast Texas that we purchase from are simply overwhelmed.” more

Recovery ministry building tiny homes

Life After Meth Ministries has expanded its outreach in two significant ways recently. more
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