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Alba City Council discussed the possible award of a Texas Community Development Block Grant at last week´s regular council meeting. If selected, Alba would receive the grant this upcoming … more
Former Mineola school teacher Renee Carr Songer used to tell her students that anyone can be an author. It doesn’t require riches, fame or genius. You just need a story to tell. Encouraged by … more
Mail delivery across much of East Texas, including Wood County, was disrupted Thursday after mercury from a mailed package spilled out at a U.S. Postal Service processing center in Coppell, causing a … more
Summer reading programs have ended for this year. We offered 56 programs and those were attended by 600 children and their parents. We offered a variety of programs from art, to science, to reading, … more
The Arboretum is moving in so many directions. New gardens are being laid out and turned over. Watch for the addition of a hardy hibiscus area that should begin within the next few weeks. Yes, the … more
It is summer in Texas!  Stop by the library and grab a book set in a faraway place, an exotic place, a cool place, and let your imagination transport you to someplace different.  Books are great at … more
Pam Riley, the founder and driving force behind the Quitman Arboretum and Botanical Garden, passed away a few days ago. Those of us who continue with this project think back to the days when that … more
Fourth of July celebration photos around Wood County. more
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