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Last week’s edition of the Wood County Monitor contained an error in an article about the debut of the Harry Meredith Special in Mineola. Tim Tyndell donated the electrical work, not Gordon Tiner. The Monitor regrets the error. more
Police have identified two suspects and were expected to issue arrest warrants in connection with shots being fired near a residence in the 400 block of Peachtree Street the evening of Dec. 18. more
At its Dec. 20 meeting, the Quitman City Council approved the Quitman Volunteer Fire Department’s (QVFD) request to order new fire bunker gear. Twelve sets of new fire bunker gear are needed for the department. Suits have to be replaced every 10 years and the current set expires in March. more
Last Monday, a service dog training organization educated the John Hogg Sr. chapter of the National Society Daughters of American Revolution on the services they provide to veterans. Patriot Paws Service Dogs of Rockwall teach service dogs to assist disabled veterans and provide more training when veterans require unique assistance as well as veterinary medicine. They also put together the group Veterans for PAWS, who works to help veterans feel less alone. Patriot Paws has grown over the years to have educational programs at Texas A&M and Gatesville prison to teach puppies basic obedience and shifts at the Rockwell facility for detailed training. For more information on Patriot Paws, visit their website at, patriotpaws.org. Learn more about John Hogg, Sr. DAR chapter on its Facebook page. more
UT Health East Texas Physicians in Mineola has expanded its medical staff with the addition of family nurse practitioner Stacie Cameron, DNP, APRN, FNP-C, CWS. As a certified family nurse practitioner and certified wound specialist, Cameron says her care philosophy “is to provide the best care to my patients by staying current with advancements and changes in healthcare. My goal is to practice evidence-based medicine and provide my patients with accurate information about their diagnoses and treatment options.” more
Saints Alive, the senior adult ministry at Holly Brook Baptist Church, is hosting a senior adult Bible study Jan. 7-9 in the Family Life Center. Participants are asked to bring a sack lunch at noon. The church will provide tea and water. Following lunch, Dr. Mark Neely will lead the study on letters to the seven churches described in Revelation 2-3. more
Line dance classes for beginners start Jan. 25. The classes will be held every Tuesday and Wednesday from 8 – 9 p.m. the cost of the class is $40. To enroll, Call Mineola League of the Arts at 903 569-8877. more
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