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Virus case count increases by seven in Wood County

Late Tuesday, the Northeast Texas Public Health District reported Wood County's number of total cases for COVID-19 had increased by seven since Monday, bringing the total to 89. There have been 56 new cases since June 2. more

Wood County hits 80 COVID-19 cases with 55 recovered

In the final COVID-19 case count for the week for Wood County, the Northeast Texas Public Health District shows 80 total cases for the county with 55 recoveries and 20 active cases. more

TxDOT plans seal coat work in Wood County this week

From the Tyler TxDOT office: Districtwide seal coat operations continue with work in Wood County this week. Motorists should expect lane closures and delays during this work to seal and protect … more

Case count rises slowly, recoveries jump

Since Monday there have been only two new cases of COVID-19 reported for Wood County. more

Grant awarded for county airport improvements

The latest improvement project for the Wood County Collins Field Airport has been given a boost by the North East Texas Regional Mobility Authority. more

Classic vehicle enthusiasts gather at courthouse despite some precipitation on Saturday morning

After a three month delay due to the COVID-19 restrictions, the first Lake Country Classic Cars “Classics and Coffee” went off without a hitch Saturday despite early heavy rain showers. more

Monitor office closing July 3 to observe holiday

The Wood County Monitor offices will be closed Friday, July 3 in observance of Independence Day.

The closure does not impact any advertising or news deadline or postal distribution of the newspaper. more

Quaker says it’s ending Aunt Jemima brand; Hawkins woman was second to play character

The decision by Quaker Oats to retire the 130-year-old Aunt Jemima brand because it was based on a racial stereotype has hit close to home in Wood County. more

Former police captain’s civil rights lawsuit awaiting appeal to U.S. Fifth Circuit Court

More than a year after former Quitman police captain Terry Bevill filed a civil rights lawsuit against former district attorney Jim Wheeler and Sheriff Tom Castloo and District Judge Jeff Fletcher, the case is awaiting an appeal to the U.S. circuit court. more

WCEDC accepting applications for relief funds

The Wood County Economic Development Commission (WCEDC) was given the go-ahead by Wood County commissioners to begin taking applications for COVID-19 relief for county businesses. more

Runoff early voting starts Monday

Early voting begins Monday in the July 14 Republican and Democratic parties’ primary runoffs. more

Amtrak service cutbacks include Texas Eagle

The Amtrak passenger train that makes twice-daily stops in Mineola is among those targeted for a cutback in service to three days a week. more
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