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Golf tournament to benefit Wood County children

A golf tournament to benefit the Wood County Child Protection Board will be held Tuesday, May 10 at the Links at Land’s End near Yantis on Lake Fork. Proceeds help Wood County children who … more

Flora Masonic Lodge honors Ila Wisdom

Flora Lodge No. 119 A.F. & A.M. in Quitman presented Ila Wisdom the Community Builder Award April 26. The award is given annually to non-Masons for outstanding philanthropic efforts, who have … more

Workforce development council formed at Jarvis College

Jarvis Christian College has created a new Jarvis Workforce Development Council consisting of community stakeholders in Wood County and surrounding areas to provide insight and leadership on training … more

Yantis-Lake Fork Lions Club hosting annual catfish fry

The Yantis-Lake Fork Lions Club will host its 27th annual Catfish Fry Saturday, May 14 at the Yantis ISD Cafeteria from 4-7 p.m. Menu includes fresh catfish, red beans, cold slaw, French fries, hush … more

UIL academic competition growing

There are two placards in Julie Chappa’s math classroom. One reads, “You are here on the edge of a moment.” The second challenges, “You can change the world if you can change your mind.”   more

Red Cross classes scheduled at pool

An aquatics training class is coming to Quitman May 19-22 designed for individuals under the direction of American Red Cross instructors at the Quitman Public Swimming Pool. Pool manager Susan … more

Vigil highlights awareness of child abuse, sex assault

The annual candlelight vigil returned to the pavilion at Jim Hogg City Park in Quitman to remind citizens April is Child Abuse and Sexual Assault Prevention Month. more

Peterson, Gaskill top grads for AGHS 2022

Thai Peterson and Michael Gaskill head up the Alba-Golden Class of 2022 as valedictorian and salutatorian. more

Bellamy Brothers performing at BassMasters event

The Wood County Economic Development Commission discussed the Bassmaster Tournament May 19-22 last Wednesday.

The Quitman Pilot Club took over the activities for Friday and Saturday at the Sabine River Authority tournament headquarters at Lake Fork. more

Classrooms, gym part of Alba-Golden $16 million bond

Alba-Golden ISD voters are being asked to provide $16 million for school improvements Saturday. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Three main projects are included in the bond package... more

MISD asking voters for $29.855 million

Mineola ISD voters head to the polls Saturday to determine the fate of a $29.855 million bond issue that will build a new primary campus and convert the elementary school into a high school career and technical education center – and other improvements. more

Sampson wins competition

Cassandra Sampson, Mineola city council member, is congratulated for winning the mayor’s challenge for Meals on Wheels more
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