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U.S. Rep. Lance Gooden (R-Terrell) was sworn in Jan. 3 amid a partial government shutdown and cast his first U.S. House vote along party lines. Gooden opposed Democratic legislation to reopen nine federal agencies closed since Dec. 22 and punt the fight over border wall funding to February. more
Courtney Hudgins of Mineola graduated with a Master of Science degree from Southern Arkansas University at the fall commencement ceremonies on Dec. 7, 2018. more
The Pilot Club of Quitman has selected Jake Johnson as the Student of the Month for November 2018. more
A familiar face was missing from the Jan. 1 swearing-in ceremony at the Wood County Courthouse. more
Travis Lloyd would have been a teenager when a ‘57 Chevy first caught his eye. The car debuted in September 1956, sporting its distinctive tailfins and tubeless tires. It slugged it out with Ford as America’s top-selling car in 1957. more
Knitting and crochet class will resume on Thursday, Jan. 3 at the Quitman Public Library. Rebekah Yeager and Virginia Hoffpauir invite students of all ages and skill levels to bring their own supplies and join the group for free instruction each Thursday 2 – 4 p.m. in the library’s main gallery. more
The Wood County Commissioners Court on Dec. 28 agreed to appoint Terri Sellars as Wood County’s auditor from Jan.1, 2019 to Dec. 31, 2020. Stephanie Tidwell was hired as assistant auditor effective Jan. 2. more
Dr. Mark Neeley, recently retired pastor of First Baptist Church, Mineola, will teach a series of Bible studies on the letters to the seven churches from Revelation, chapters 2 and 3. more
While East Texas winters are very typically mild compared with the rest of the nation, here are some considerations for helping livestock through the next severe cold snap. more
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