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Alba neighborhood has loose dog issue

Two households in Alba have wracked up more than $4,000 in fines for loose dogs, but that does not seem to have curbed the problem. more

Senior scholarship night

Former Mineola drum major forms non-profit to assist band students

Brian Lyke, Mineola ISD graduate and former drum major, is using his experience and passion for marching band to guide other ambitious young people to success on the field and in life. more

Ramp builders complete 100th project

Broad Street Church of Christ in Mineola has many service projects, and through its partnership with Texas Ramp Project (TRP) recently completed its 100th project. more

Couple marks 50th anniversary

Errol and Kay Barber celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Jan. 5, 2020. more

Churches take steps to thwart shooters

Less than two hours from Wood County in White Settlement, a man sat in a pew of West Freeway Church of Christ during the Dec. 29 service before pulling out a gun and firing into the congregation, killing two parishioners. more

Assistance with utility bills available

Cold temperatures and humidity often mean high utility bills. For those living on limited income this burden can be major. more

Angels we have heard on high

The youth of St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church in Mineola celebrated the season with a Christmas play Dec. 22. (Monitor photo by John Arbter) more

Young scouts given a taste of flying

As part of the Young Eagles Program, Wisdom Aviation hosted Mineola Cub Scout Pack 385 on Saturday at Wood County Airport Collins Field.  more

MISD bus driver lauded for actions after crash

Jay Cloud, who has been a bus driver for Mineola ISD for one year, was presented the “Hero Driver Award” by the board of trustees at the Dec. 16 meeting for his quick thinking and safety during the bus accident on Thursday, Nov. 21. more

Funds available to help area veterans with critical home repairs

Habitat for Humanity of Smith County is looking for veterans who need critical repairs on their home.  more

Quitman pair earns prestigious Eagle badge

The steps necessary to achieve the Boy Scouts of America’s Eagle Scout rank take years to fulfill and include a final worthwhile community service project, as well as a lengthy review process. That’s why only four percent of Scouts attain this top goal.   more
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