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In East Texas Gardens

One of the most rewarding aspects of gardening in Texas is sharing plants. Sharing plants can be the result of seed-starting success: you plant 20 tomato seeds, 18 germinate, but you only need three … more

Health protocols for primary runoff election

The following are the minimum recommended health protocols that will be in place for the primary runoff election in Wood County. Individuals are encouraged to adopt additional protocols consistent … more

Band students earn scholarships

Mineola High School 2020 graduates receiving scholarships from the band boosters include, top, Esme Estrada and Ana Cruz, bottom left, Megan Holt, and bottom right, Anjel Garcia. They are shown with … more

Tree removal project

Volunteers with the Texas Baptist Men, led by Wendell Romans, donated their skills last week to safely cut down an aging oak tree near the historic Stinson House at the Wood County Arboretum and … more

Classic vehicle enthusiasts gather at courthouse despite some precipitation on Saturday morning

After a three month delay due to the COVID-19 restrictions, the first Lake Country Classic Cars “Classics and Coffee” went off without a hitch Saturday despite early heavy rain showers. more

WCEDC accepting applications for relief funds

The Wood County Economic Development Commission (WCEDC) was given the go-ahead by Wood County commissioners to begin taking applications for COVID-19 relief for county businesses. more

Eldred named Quitman Elementary principal

Brittany Eldred, who has been an academic advisor at Quitman High School for two years, will move west on East Goode Street to take over the reins as the principal replacing the retiring Mary Ann Nichols. more

Alba EDC awards three businesses relief funds

The Alba Economic Development Corp. voted last Monday to award COVID-19 relief funds to three local businesses. more

Quitman chamber hosting business mixer at park

Quitman Chamber of Commerce is hosting a back-to-business mixer Thursday, June 25 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the pavilion at Jim Hogg City Park. more

Marchers continue weekly rallies; requested to stay off the highway

For the third week in a row, more than 20 folks gathered at the gazebo in downtown Mineola on Thursday, then trudged north along Pacific St. more

Richie’s plans late summer return

The fire was what they call “fully involved.” Afterward, practically nothing stood at what hours before had been Richie’s Grill and Café, a mainstay of the Hawkins community. more

A march for change

A gathering slightly larger than the previous Thursday formed just after 5 p.m. Thursday afternoon at the gazebo in downtown Mineola. more
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