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Tourniquets

Wood County received tourniquets from local emergency services. They are (front, left to right) Mike Adams (Champion EMS), Wood County Fire Marshal Tully Davidson, Donnie Reynolds (Champion EMS), Jim … more

County names committee to seek Fouke funding

Fouke Water Supply is looking for a grant administrator to help it seek Community Development funding. Wood County Commissioneres named a committee to solicit and review proposals for professional … more

No change in MISD tax rate; enrollment up

The Mineola Independent School District’s tax rate of $1.17 is expected to remain the same for fiscal 2018-19, but it will raise $359,302 more in revenue over fiscal 2017-18 thanks to a heftier tax … more

Tanning salon opens its doors

Amid a crowd of Chamber of Commerce officials and well-wishers, owner Jennifer Henson snips the ribbon to signify the grand opening of Endless Summer Tan & Glam on Aug. 17. The business, at 1120A … more

Jones to chair Meals on Wheels’ anniversary banquet

Meals on Wheels Ministry (MOWM) announced that Amanda Jones, co-owner of Tyler Tents and Events, will chair the ministry’s 45th Anniversary Banquet, to be held at Green Acres CrossWalk Conference … more

GATLIN SHINES AT CIVIC CENTER

Approximately 180 people attended the LaDonna Gatlin Mineola Historical Museum fundraiser Saturday at the Memorial Civic Center. Here, LaDonna Gatlin teases Sharon Chamblee, museum project … more

Yantis trustees amend student handbook for dress code, human sexuality instruction

Yantis Schools Superintendent Tracey Hilfferich reported‚ “lots of energy and excitement” on the eve of opening day classes during the August 20th regular school board meeting. Principal … more

Hensarling calls McCain a statesman and hero

U.S. Rep. Jeb Hensarling (R-5) joined the Texas congressional delegation in honoring the late Sen. John McCain (R-Arizona), who died Saturday at age 81 after a battle with brain cancer. “America … more

UT-Tyler’s Tidwell to present lecture on non-profits Sept. 12

Dr. Michael Tidwell, president of the University of Texas – Tyler, will present a lecture titled “A Social Identity Model of Prosocial Behaviors within Nonprofit Organizations” on Sept. 12 at … more

Master Gardener training slated for Tyler, Sept. 18-20

The Smith County Master Gardeners Association will host the Texas Superstar State Master Gardener plant specialist training Sept. 18-20, at the Comfort Suites Hotel, 303 Rieck Rd. in Tyler. This … more

Cheer Squad attends camp

The Quitman Junior High Cheer Squad attended camp July 23-25, 2018.  The squad earned Superior Blue Ribbons in both the cheer and chant categories, the Herkie Award, as well as a bid to the National … more

First day of classes

Gage Reeves is walked by his mom, Brittanie, to his first day of classes at Quitman Elementary School last Wednesday morning. more
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