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Housing plans in the city of Quitman continue to move forward. At last week’s Quitman Development Corp. (QDC) board meeting, Bryan O’Neal and Ryan Hopson of Circle H Construction & Development told board directors they’re looking to build housing similar to duplexes at the Quitman Business Park. They plan to place 10 to 12 units on four acres at the park. more
A man was pulled from this burning car the afternoon of Friday, July 26 after the automobile left State Hwy. 154 and struck a telephone pole and speed limit sign near Lake Fork Lodge, according to an … more
State Rep. Cole Hefner described the recently completed state legislative session as “more like we had adults in charge.” He compared the 140-day term in 2019 to the 2017 session, when the leadership wasn’t even communicating effectively. more
Wood County Commissioners last week approved an interlocal agreement with Camp County for road repairs within Wood County’s Precinct 4. more
Friends of Martha Crump, a first grade teacher at the Mineola Primary School, will hold a benefit blood drive Wednesday, Aug. 7 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the school, 1555 Loop 564 in Mineola. Carter … more
Quitman Junior High students will have to keep their backpacks in their lockers during school hours beginning this year. more
With growth in its two primary revenue sources, the city of Mineola will have more dollars to work with as city officials in the weeks to come craft next year’s budget. more
The 117th Wood County Old Settlers Reunion will be celebrated at Gov. Jim Hogg City Park in Quitman from July 31 to Aug. 3 nightly from 6 to 10 p.m. and admission is free. more
The Mineola City Council on July 23 approved a $99,000 payment for the repair of a city sewer line that ruptured in May. more
Five Quitman ISD FFA students earned their Texas FFA Lone Star degrees at the 91st Annual Texas FFA State Convention in Fort Worth from July 15 to 19. more
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