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Mineola chamber cancels banquet, fiesta

The Mineola Area Chamber of Commerce has canceled two major events that initially had been postponed. The annual awards banquet in March was postponed as concerns arose about the spread of … more

Monitor sets early Memorial Day holiday deadlines

The Wood County Monitor will be closed Monday, May 25 in observance of Memorial Day.
All news and advertising deadlines will be Friday at 4 p.m. on May 22. more

MHS seniors stage mock graduation

Mineola senior Kelby Bruner completes his paper work Tuesday morning when he and his classmates were videoed for a virtual graduation, should the live graduation planned June 5 be canceled. Melanie … more

Mineola utility customers given deadline

Mineola residents who are late on their utility bills will have two upcoming deadlines to meet. more

Parade planned to honor Quitman HS graduates

A “Reverse Parade” has been planned to honor the Quitman High School Senior Class of 2020. The Quitman community wants to bring the parade to the graduates. Thursday from 6-7 p.m. all … more

County to seek virus relief funds

Wood County commissioners approved giving the county judge permission to participate in the Coronavirus Relief Fund, administered by the Texas Division of Emergency Management. These funds are to … more

Party primary runoff early voting extended

An extra week of early voting has been added for the rescheduled spring party primary runoffs. more

More turn to home gardening during pandemic

Dana Gray of Grays’ Nursery and Garden Center summed up Northeast Texas’ vegetable providers in a word. “Overwhelmed,” she said. “The 30-40 providers in Northeast Texas that we purchase from are simply overwhelmed.” more

QISD life skills challenge gaining national attention

In these days of uncertainty, and even some fear of the unknown, Quitman ISD students took the last couple of weeks to learn skills not normally taught in the classroom. more

Recovery ministry building tiny homes

Life After Meth Ministries has expanded its outreach in two significant ways recently. more

Wood County has first death from COVID-19

Texas prepared to enter the second phase of reopening businesses Monday, the same day Wood County recorded its first death from COVID-19. more

Wood County reports first death from COVID-19

County Judge Lucy Hebron announced Monday afternoon that Wood County has recorded its first death from COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus. more
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