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It’s just a small dirt pit surround by a white welded iron fence. Any other day it sits quietly with memories of glories past but that’s not the case now. That same dirt swirls in the air as hoofs kick, the crowd roars with every buck and – particularly – there is a special smell that lets you know exactly where you are. more
The Mineola Hay Show will have its 50th anniversary of ranking, exhibiting and auctioning off hay this year. The event will be on Tuesday, Sept. 13 at the Mineola Civic Center. The Hay Show … more
The sacred parchment that is known as Dave Campbell’s Texas Football is now available to the masses and those who consider themselves Mineolans will be pleased with the prophecies it holds within its pages. more
The term “you could cut the tension with a knife” mildly describes an Alba City Council meeting. From the comments by citizens to Mayor Ted Levitt’s opening statement at the July 5 meeting, the council chamber was filled with tension. more
Wood County 4-H members Ben Brunson, Dawson Chaney, Jhett Jackson, Ahneka Tullos and Jentri Jackson recently attended the District 4-H Leadership Lab held at Pine Springs Camp near Henderson. … more
Wood County has been added to the list of counties eligible for assistance from FEMA due to the April storms, Wood County emergency management coordinator Tully Davidson said. more
A day at Lake Fork turned tragic for two fishermen Saturday when they were thrown from their boat, one survived, one drowned. more
It’s quiet. A sound rarely found in this room. There are no drummers pounding on drums, no trumpet players trying to outperform one another and – most importantly – no music being created. more
Wood County Sheriff’s Department activities for the past week includedJuly 5 – A woman reported the ex-girlfriend of the male friend she was fishing with pointed a gun at her twice while … more
Mineola’s July rebate check for sales taxes collected in May by businesses that report tax monthly increased by 4.77 percent compared to the same month last year. The city’s check was $145,941, compared to $139,285 last year. For the year-to-date, the city’s rebates are up 4.24 percent. more
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