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Small Business Administration honors Luttrells

Deb Luttrell and Clay Luttrell have been named the District 2020 Small Business Person of the Year by the Dallas-Fort Worth Small Business Administration. The national winner will be announced in early May during National Small Business Week. more

Jackson awarded scholarship from Fort Worth Stock Show

An $8,000 scholarship was recently awarded to Jentri Jackson of Quitman FFA by the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo’s Calf Scramble Scholarship Committee. She is the daughter of Jerry and Tracie Jackson. more

Students advance to state solo and ensemble music competition

Students will be advancing to the UIL State Solo & Ensemble Contest in Austin on June 1. more

Meredith Foundation awards almost $1.5 million in grants

In 2020, the Meredith Foundation has granted $1,475,378 to 14 qualified organizations. more

Help with utility bills available for East Texans

The COVID-19 crisis is creating major financial concerns for many families in rural East Texas. Individuals may have their work hours reduced or be experiencing lay-offs. Many are already living … more

Mineola Fire Report, March 12-18

Building fire: March 15, 6:03 a.m., 18597 N. Hwy. 69, Lindale. Medical assist, assist EMS crew: March 14, 4:11 a.m., 407 N. Line, Mineola; March 15, 9:40 a.m., 691 Boundry St., Mineola; March 15, … more

Mineola Police Report, March 12-18

March 16 8:44 p.m. Dollar General requested assistance when the delivery truck arrived at the back of the store. An officer stayed until the delivery was complete. more

Wood County Sheriff’s Report, March 4-10

March 4 12:18 a.m. Deputies responded to a suspicious vehicle on Hwy. 154 near Quitman. Deputies located the vehicle and cleared the incident. 3:33 a.m. Deputies responded to a suspicious … more

Quitman Police Report, March 1-16

March 3 Officer Linda Williams was dispatched to the Texaco station in reference to a man witnessing another man strike a woman in the parking lot. more

Mineola City Council adopts contract for cost of specialty police training

Mineola City Council approved a contract Monday for members of the police department who undergo specialized training. more

Businesses navigating the brave new world

Businesses have had to change as more restrictions are approved to stem the spread of the viral disease COVID-19. more

Local governments wade through ever-changing landscape

Local governments have had to adjust on the fly as orders have come from the state on how to deal with everything from elections to restrictions on businesses and gatherings. more
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