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The closure of a street for a crawfish boil fundraiser for the Mineola High School Band was unanimously approved by the Mineola City Council last Monday during their March meeting. The council … more
A policy concerning donation of sick leave by employees was tabled by the Hawkins City Council during their meeting March 19 at Hawkins City Hall. The council was considering approval of a policy … more
The Mineola Area Chamber of Commerce will host their first ever May Fiesta Day. The event will be held May 5 in downtown Mineola from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and will feature live entertainment from a … more
New directors are now serving on the board of the Mineola Chamber of Commerce. The new directors are Josh Householder, Donna Hanger, Nancy Stelmach, Nicole Merritt and Justin Kratzmeyer. Chamber … more
The Farm-to-Market 849 Bridge near Hideaway Lake was reopened with an official ribbon cutting last Tuesday morning. The FM 849 Bridge goes over Interstate 20. The celebration was attended by state … more
Congressman Jeb Hensarling is inviting high school students across the 5th Congressional District to participate in the 2018 Congressional Art Competition. As in years past, the winning entry … more
Glynn and Ruth Mitchell of Mineola are celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary today (Wednesday). They were married on April 4, 1958 in Dallas and have lived in Mineola almost 25 years. Glynn … more
The American Legion’s Third District, commanded by Pat Taylor, will hold its Spring Convention Saturday. The convention is open to The American Legion, American Legion Auxiliary and Sons of the … more
The Quitman One-Act Play “Anatomy of Grey” will advance to region competition at Tyler Junior College Friday, April 13 after earning the opportunity with their performance at Grayson College in … more
As spring landscape seminar will be held Saturday, April 14, from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. at 304 East Ferguson Street in Tyler.  The program is $15 per person.    The event is sponsored by the Smith … more
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