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If you’re about to turn 65, you may be shopping soon for a health plan that covers the costs that traditional Medicare doesn’t. more
Incumbent Quitman City Council member Kevin Gilbreath is seeking re-election to his alderman post may 7. Gilbreath was born and raised in Quitman, graduating from Quitman High School. more
Quitman Mayor Pro-tem Toni Cole is seeking to return to her post on the city council. more
David Dobbs is seeking another term as a Quitman city alderman. He and his wife, Michelle, are graduates of Quitman High School’s Class of 1985. Dobbs attended Texas A&M University and graduated with a degree in Psychology in May of 1989. more
As the weather heats up in East Texas so does the live theatre scene, and lake Country Playhouse in Mineola will keep it cool this summer by presenting Suds the Musical. more
A Flock of Sparrows by Helen Foster Reed was released in April. The book is a moving, dramatic and uplifting story by a trio of Texas writers who write under the pen name of Helen Foster Reed. more
Quitman Elementary School has released the following names of students who have made the A honor roll for the fifth six weeks. 5TH GRADE more
Incumbent Mile Kenney is running for re-election to the Yantis Independent School District (YISD) School Board of Trustees. Kenney has nine years experience on the YISD board, serving as vice president eight of those years. more
The Texas 4-H Conference Center in Brownwood has released its 2016 summer program schedule. more
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service entomologists are informing Texans on how to protect themselves from the mosquito vectors that spread Zika and other diseases. more
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