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Masonic officers installed

Mineola Masonic Lodge #502 held installation of 2021 officers recently. Installing officer was Verl Tramel. Officers include... more

Wood County COVID-19 cases pass 100; mask order leads to canceled 4th events

As Wood County cases of COVID-19 neared the 100 mark, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott issued a statewide face mask order on Thursday, July 2.

As a result the city of Mineola canceled its planned July 4 fireworks show at the Mineola Civic Center. more

Ministry offering new tiny home to lucky winner

Second Chance Homes Built by Second Chance Hands has completed its first tiny home and will be using it as a fundraiser for the ministry. The tiny homes are being constructed by clients of … more

Mineola Main Street earns national accreditation

Mineola has once again earned national accreditation as a Main Street City.  “We are pleased to receive this recognition again and are most pleased and honored to serve the Mineola Main … more

Detecting metal and history

It all starts with research. The hobby of metal detecting is really all about digging up history. And, in this game, history begets history. Sure there are those rare finds -- gold coins have been … more

Lee James’s efforts pay off with money to purchase new neighborhood crime watch signs for Mineola

Thanks to the diligent efforts of Lee James, the Mineola Police Dept. has been able to purchase new neighborhood crime watch signs. James spent more than two years retrieving the funds from the … more

Celebrating our independence

At one of the recent protest rallies in downtown Mineola, two observers follow face-mask protocol. The rallies are scheduled to continue each Thursday at 5 p.m. with a march from the downtown gazebo … more

Mineola Scouts traditional July 4th flag retirement now canceled

Mineola Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts plan to continue with the traditional flag retirement ceremony on the Fourth of July, on a scaled-back basis. The ceremony is planned for 7 p.m. at the Mineola … more

Scout completes eagle project

Alan De Gorostiza (at right on bench) of Troop 36 in Quitman has completed his community service project toward attaining the rank of Eagle Scout. He completed a covered bench swing for the Wood … more

Quitman Library Connections

The Quitman Public Library will be closed Friday, July 3 in observance of Independence Day.  Wi-fi will be available in the parking lot area for patrons. July 2020 is GAO Youth Financial … more

Queens at chamber mixer

Dogwood royalty was on hand last Thursday at the Jim Hogg City Park pavilion for the Quitman Chamber of Commerce mixer. Pictured (from left) are Little Miss Dogwood Karli Kernes, Junior Miss Dogwood … more

Truss manufacturer moving to Quitman park

Texas Timber Works is coming to Quitman. Texas Timber Works is owned by the father-son team of Shaun and Jeremy May who have purchased property in Quitman Business Park to continue the growth of … more
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