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Winnsboro’s Bowery Stage set to host 502s Sept. 15

The 502s are coming to Winnsboro! This Indie Folk/Americana six piece band cut their first CD two years ago. Since then they’ve continued to flourish. Based in Maitland, Florida, The 502s have just … more

Local DAR chapter reaps state, national awards

What a great way to start off the 2018-2019 business year for our area’s hard-working members of The Daughters of the American Revolution. The Piney Woods Regent’s Council met on Aug. 21 at the … more

Local Christian music artists to showcase talent Saturday in Mineola

The Christian music scene’s diverse musical genres and a pool of mostly homegrown talent will combine Saturday in Mineola for the inaugural East Texas Revive Fest, which hopefully will become music … more

Holly Brook Baptist sets quarterly blood drive

Holly Brook Baptist Church will hold its quarterly blood drive Sept. 30 in the Family Life Center. Personnel from the Carter BloodCare Center will be at the church from noon to 3 p.m. to accept blood … more

Huge RV rally to roll into town

Recreational vehicles from across the United States are expected to start rolling into Mineola as early as Saturday to join the SMART RV Group’s 35th Annual National Muster at the Mineola Civic … more

Court hears road complaints, health plan changes

Residents who live on County Road 1953, on the northeast side of Lake Fork, were at the Wood County commissioners’ court meeting last week to complain about the condition of their road. Citizens … more

Commissioners OK lower tax rate

Wood County’s tax rate will drop by a penny from this year’s to fiscal 2019. Commissioners approved the tax rate of $.5799 per $100 of valuation for 2019, down from $.5899 per $100. The … more

Mineola council eyes permits for heavy vehicles

Concerned that trucks hauling massive weight can chew up roads and stick the city with the repair bill, the Mineola City Council on Thursday will consider requiring a permit and fee for moving … more

Wood County burn ban lifted

Wood County has lifted its burn ban on outdoor burning as of Sept. 10. According to the order, the Texas Forest Service has determined drought conditions no longer exist inside the county. Wood … more

City of Alba officials approve slight tax rate increase

In discussions at last week’s regular Alba city council meeting, it was revealed the budget will contain funding for a new police car, a police cruiser video system, a tractor, a newly-created part … more

Stitchin’ Heaven holds groundbreaking ceremony for new Quitman location

Stitchin’ Heaven celebrated its return to Quitman with a groundbreaking ceremony last Thursday. Co-owner Deb Luttrell said the new location should be open March 31 in the Quitman Business Park. … more

County court approves early voting locations

Wood County commissioners last week designated polling places for the upcoming November general election. In Quitman, voters will cast ballots at Carroll Green Civic Center, Quitman Public Library … more
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