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Business hours are Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to noon and 1 to 4 p.m. more
A live dessert auction, along with a silent auction were added to raise funds for the Kiwanis International worldwide project called Eliminate, which saves the lives of mothers and babies from death by tetanus. more
Carlee Vavra, a member of Yantis FFA, caught a calf during the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo’s Calf Scramble on Jan. 26, earning a $500 purchase certificate for a show heifer and the chance for up to $12,500 in scholarship awards. more
Construction workers spread the concrete slab on Jan. 30 for Stitchin’ Heaven’s new location in the Quitman Business Park. more
As one of the 10 survivors of a deadly crash in Mineola, Rev. Dr. Stephen Go Tan travelled to UT Health Quitman (formerly Wood County Central Hospital) on Jan. 28 to thank Dr. George Cathey, Dr. Norman Hicks, Dr. Beverly Waddleton and medical staff for the medical treatment he received following the tragic collision. more
Although the city of Mineola experienced three consecutive years of declining costs “we know from talking to our current provider, Benecon, that it’s going to go back up,” said city Secretary/Finance Director Cindy Karch. City staff is in the process of gathering more information about the city’s health insurance program, including costs, benefits and carriers. more
Wood County is among Texas counties that recently received lists of registered voters who reportedly provided the Department of Public Safety with a form of documentation that showed they were not citizens when they obtained Texas driver’s licenses or ID cards. They may have later gained American citizenship. About 95,000 names are on a list maintained by the Texas Secretary of State’s Office, 58,000 of whom had cast a ballot between 1996 and 2018. more
For one Quitman Elementary student, a new mobile desk and chair was one of the best presents he could have ever received. Fourth-grader Angel Cortez was born with no arms and was in need of a smaller, mobile chair when switching classes throughout the day.  QES Assistant Principal Lance Morrow and maintenance worker Chris Williams found spare wooden parts, a rolling cart and cushioned office chair to put together Angel’s new desk. In a few days, Williams constructed a seat for Angel to move to his classrooms more easily. [read more] more
Quitman’s first volleyball coach and respected educator Pat Neighbors passed away in her home in Quitman on Jan. 29. She was 82. more
Motorists are advised to allow extra time to reach their destinations. more
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