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Quitman HS names top 2023 grads

Joisalyn Tarno is the valedictorian for the Quitman High School 2023 graduating class. She is the daughter of John and Kelee Tarno. more

Memory care center gets $6 million boost

The Quitman City Council provided the venue for a piece of exciting news last Thursday night.

The Memory Health Life Center project has been approved for a $6 million federal appropriation. more

Mineola celebrates sesquicentennial in style

Spanning nearly a dozen decades represented in style, the fashion-forward looked back at looks from years gone by. more

Sesquicentennial festivity aglow at dusk

A balloon glow capped off the day of sesquicentennial festivities dubbed Spring Fling. more

Mineola sesquicentennial court crowned

Mineola’s sesquicentennial celebration now has a royal court to represent it during the events through the rest of 2023.

The crowns and sashes were awarded at the Mineola Civic Center Saturday night. more

May Fiesta Saturday in Mineola

Mineola celebrates May Fiesta on Saturday, May 6 in the downtown area from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. more

City, school voting Saturday

Election day is Saturday for four school districts and one city in Wood County. Mineola will elect a school board member for a one-year unexpired term. more

Next mural project identified

The next large mural project for Wood County Walls will be the MPrints building at Johnson and Kirkpatrick Streets in downtown Mineola. more

Memory health care center gets support from QDC

The Quitman Development Corporation heard a presentation from Annette Simpkins and Quitman Mayor Randy Dunn on the progress of the Memory Health Life Center proposed to being built east of UT Health Quitman at its Monday meeting.  more

Fall from vehicle fatal for Bedford woman

A Bedford woman has died as a result of injuries received in an incident in front of the Alba-Golden school on Monday, March 6.

In a separate incident the driver of the vehicle involved was arrested in Tyler later that evening for criminal trespass at the hospital where the woman died. more

Setting sail

Shade sails for the splash park at the Mineola Civic Center went up Monday morning. more

Affidavits link pot operations

Arrest affidavits for eight persons charged with delivery of marijuana between 50 and 2,000 pounds in Wood County Feb. 23 and 25 reveal additional details linking the operations that were spread over three properties. more

County jail passes surprise visit

Wood County Jail Administrator Captain Louis Dahlman reported a surprise inspection from the Texas Commission on Jail Standards last week. more

Warrants lead to 1,600 lbs. of marijuana

Eight persons have been arrested and more than three-fourths of a ton of marijuana seized at two Wood County residences. more

Out with the old

The historic pavilion at Jim Hogg City Park in Quitman came crashing down Monday, in preparation for rebuilding the iconic structure, which hosts the annual Wood County Old Settlers Reunion and other events. more

United voices

St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church's youth choir could rouse just about any believer from their seat. more

Mineola board wants revised 2023-24 calendar

After debating the merits of the school year ending earlier than usual on May 17, the school board asked the administration to take another look. more

Second indictment filed against constable

A federal grand jury has added a second indictment against Wood County Prec. 2 Constable Kelly Smith. more

No changes made by county election board

The “no action” taken at the end of the meeting secures Election Administrator Laura Wise’s position at this time. more

AGISD bus crash injuries not severe

An Alba-Golden school bus carrying students to a UIL academic competition in Canton was involved in a head-on crash on FM 17 shortly after leaving the school campus Saturday morning. more
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