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Year in sports yields state champion as activities return to near-normal

High school sports returned to some sense of normalcy in 2021 after myriad disruptions in 2020 from the canceled spring season to postponed and canceled contests during the fall football and volleyball seasons and even some early basketball games. more

Wood County Sheriff’s Report

December 22 Deputy Jeff Baldwin was dispatched to a possible runaway with disabilities. The individual was located by a neighbor. Deputy Jonah Croney was notified of a suspicious circumstance … more

Quitman Police Report

Dec. 13-31 The Quitman Police Department responded to 95 calls for service, issued 16 citations, gave 15 warnings citations, three criminal trespass warnings were issued, and 13 reports were … more

Mineola Fire Department Report

Medical assist, assist EMS crew: Dec. 26, 6:00 p.m., 3141 CR 2724, Mineola. Motor vehicle accident with no injuries: Dec. 25, 7:23 p.m., 20811 CR 452, Mineola; Dec. 26, 5:45 p.m., W. Hwy. 80 & … more

Mineola Police Report

December 25 2:02 a.m., assault, Hall at N. Pacific, subject reported being attacked, appears to be intoxicated and unsure of location, parties separated and Anival Reyes arrested for public … more

College delaying spring return to in-person learning

Jarvis Christian College has delayed the return of students to campus for the spring 2022 semester due to the rapid surge of the Omicron variant of the COVID-19 virus. Students will return on … more

Jarvis College offers first masters program

Jarvis Christian College in Hawkins will offer its first master’s degrees in business administration and criminal justice in Spring 2023, after receiving approval recently from the Southern … more

Grand Jury hands down December indictments

The Wood County Grand Jury returned the following indictments on Dec. 15 and Dec. 29. Shannon Michel, Red Oak, credit card or debit card abuse elderly, third degree felony, $25,000 bond. Joe … more

New district clerk sworn in

Suzy Wright was sworn in as the Wood County District Clerk Monday morning by District Judge Brad McCampbell. more

Toys for Tots aids thousands

The Wood County Toys For Tots Program completed its 2021 campaign by distributing over 3,279 toys to over 1,552 children.   Toys For Tots is a national charitable … more

Candidates

The following list of candidates who have filed for the March 1 party primaries includes the major non-judicial statewide offices, local state and US representatives and county … more

Tyler Junior College names graduates

Tyler Junior College Fall 2021 graduates and their hometowns ALBA: Kelly Ortega, Jessica Palacios and Alicia Paredes GOLDEN: Darby Garrett HAWKINS: Francisco Barron, James Lynn, Candace … more
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