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At one of the wildest RodeoHouston events Quitman student Silvano Castro was one of 16 cowboys able to wrangle a calf last week in Houston during the Rodeo Calf Scramble held March 17. With the … more
Many people deal with the issue of receiving unwanted calls to their cell phone daily and the Federal Trade Commission has suggested a few ways to help prevent these kinds of calls According to … more
On Monday the Texas Department of Transportation began conducting traffic counts at 6,400 locations throughout the Tyler District. The Traffic data will be collected 24 hours a day on all system … more
Spring has officially sprung! Not really, just kidding. However, Mother Nature has sent some of the most beautiful spring blooms I have ever seen at the Arboretum. The tulip tree and the flowering … more
The rain has been a pain but we have had a lot of traffic in the library with people checking out things to do on rainy days. We appreciate your visits and are always glad to see you. The Mineola … more
While you and I are reading this article, February will be bidding us adieu, and the month of March will be revving up to entertain us with a high probability of changing weather patterns. Not to … more
The first two months of this year are just flying by as are the types of weather we are experiencing! Can you believe we have already had two Friends of the Library meetings, two book club meetings, … more
Fourth of July celebration photos around Wood County. more
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