Letters to the Editor
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To the editor, On May 6 the voters of Mineola ISD will be voting on the issuance of $41,000,000 in schoolhouse bonds. The intended use of these funds is to build a high school and improve other … more
Thank you to the Wood County Monitor for your coverage of the 8th Annual Mineola Kiwanis Club Chili Cookoff Challenge. A good time was had by all, and there was quite a bit of decent chili to sample, … more
To the editor, Last Friday I got a call from someone saying he was our grandson in Denver and he said he was jail – he was accused of hitting a car and had then failed a drunk test by a half … more
Rare European art exhibition within an easy drive until Dec. 31  To the editor, Having friends in Mineola and surrounding areas, I was telling one about an exceptionally rare European art … more
To the editor, Mineola Community Bank’s lobby has been a showcase for local merchants since August of last year. Count Your Blessings Gift and Book Store has had the opportunity to show their … more
Dear Editor: Saturday marks the 25th anniversary of one of America’s great days of giving, the national Association of Letter Carriers Stamp Out Hunger food drive. Letter carriers walk through … more
Dear editor, We would like to take this time to thank all who helped Mercy Mall of Quitman and Myrtle Springs Baptist Church of Quitman in their effort to provide meals to families in need of … more
To the editor, I had the unique opportunity to join the strategic planning process among community citizens who met over the past year to review the status of Mineola school facilities. It was an … more
To the editor, Last Saturday, April 22, the Wood County Historical Commission sponsored an event honoring San Jacinto Day and our speaker was Dr. M. Scott Sosebee, history professor at Stephen F. … more
To the voters within the Mineola ISD: I write today with a great respect for the property owners of this school district. I know that the topic of raising taxes to support a bond is a very fragile … more
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