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County reaches 25 COVID-19 cases, 257 tested

After the long holiday weekend, the Northeast Texas Public Health District posted its latest dashboard of COVID-19 statistics late yesterday. more

One new COVID-19 case and one more recovery

The final dashboard for the week from the Northeast Texas Public Health District shows Wood County added just one new case of COVID-19 during the week. more

QISD facility committee to study naming theater

A proposal to formally name the Quitman ISD Auditorium after Kristina Linker Johnson was put on hold until the board has time to study the matter and come back with a plan. The popular theater … more

Mineola schools shift focus to summer, fall

As Texas public schools continue to deal with the fallout from COVID-19, Mineola ISD Superintendent Cody Mize briefed the school board Monday on the district’s continuing efforts. He … more

New principal appointed for Mineola Elementary

Two new administrators were hired for Mineola campuses Monday. The school board approved Brittany Thompson as the new principal of Mineola Elementary School and James Knabendshue as assistant … more

City of Mineola to go ahead with annual July 4 fireworks display

The city of Mineola will go ahead with a fireworks show on the Fourth of July – assuming such activities are still allowed. The city council voted Monday to hold the event at its usual … more

Mineola Fire Report

Passenger vehicle fire: May 7, 10:59 a.m., Pine & Birch (Enchanted Lakes), Mineola. Outside rubbish, trash or waste fire: May 7, 8:35 p.m., 845 CR 2745, Mineola. Medical assist, assist EMS … more

Sheriff says no foul play in drowning

A 29-year old Mineola man drowned at Quitman Lake May 11. Cody Alan Alexander was found by a family at the county lake. more

Some heroes wear masks, others make them

The COVID-19 pandemic has sparked stories of tragedy and uncertain emotions and feelings. But it has also seen unlikely heroes rise to the occasion, from first responders to those on the front lines of the war on the virus and those who have turned their time staying at home into positive action for others. more

Bigham honored for 22 years

Mayor Pro Tem Novada Bigham took the mayor’s gavel to open her final meeting on the Mineola City Council Monday.

Bigham has served Ward Three for 22 years and stepped down at the end of her 11th term. more

Quitman seniors honored

Quitman Chamber of Commerce partnered with the school district to honor high school seniors by putting their posters on the east side of the courthouse square. (Monitor photo by Larry Tucker) more

Senior portraits downtown

Metal plates of the graduation portraits of Mineola High School seniors were installed in downtown Monday night. Gary Bright with Gene’s Photography took the portraits, had the plates made and … more
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