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Madeline Clarke Driver of Quitman earned a Bachelor of Science degree in general studies from the University of Central Oklahoma (UCO) this spring. Driver is among 1,937 students who graduated … more
Four LeTourneau University students from Wood County were named to the spring 2019 Dean’s List and President’s List for their high grade point averages. Ruth Holland of Hawkins and Harrison … more
Bailey Robertson, senior elementary education major from Winnsboro, is among more than 1,200 Harding University students included on the Dean’s List for grades achieved during the spring 2019 … more
Head Drum Major Kelly Ortega and Assistant Drum Major Christiana Roberts will lead the Alba-Golden High School band in 2019-20. more
From left, Michael Spurgeon, Mateo Renaud and Emmitt Brown comprise Mineola High School’s Meme Dream Team. more
Quitman High School’s 2019 valedictorian is Abby Dobbs. Dobbs has played on the volleyball, basketball, golf and cheer teams. She’s involved in Student Council, Interact Club, and National Honor Society (NHS).

She will attend Texas A&M University in the fall to major in animal science. She plans to become a veterinarian. She is the daughter of David and Michelle Dobbs. more
Valedictorian for the Alba-Golden High School Class of 2019 is Madison Grace Bizzell. She is the daughter of Sean and Deitra Bizzell and will be attending Texas A&M University at College Station in the fall.

Throughout high school Bizzell has competed and represented Alba-Golden in five varsity sports. As a varsity cheerleader she was selected each year as an NCA All American. In basketball, she was selected 1st Team All-District all four years of high school, named A-G MVP, and selected to the All-Region team her senior year. She was selected Academic All-State in basketball and softball. Not only was Grace a member and officer of the National Honor Society, Key Club, FCCLA, and FCA, but she also represented the graduating class as an officer throughout high school. more
In this school year alone, Quitman High School health science students have earned 108 career certifications. Additionally, they’ve gained invaluable hands-on experience at local medical facilities and some are ready for jobs out of high school.

Under the guidance of teacher Brittany Emerson, students start as sophomores and gradually become more knowledgeable by the time they graduate.

“The health science program its whole purpose is to get kids interested in the medical field, help them get some certifications prior to entering the medical field and just help them get a plan to where they want to go after high school,” Emerson said. more
A total of 108 young men and women entered a new phase of life Friday night during Mineola High School’s commencement at Meredith Memorial Stadium.

The evening was filled with hugs and smiles and tears, bittersweet farewells, light-hearted memories, words of wisdom, encouragement and feelings of accomplishment. The home crowd bleachers were nearly full with family and well-wishers.

Mineola High School Principal David Sauer looked out at the seniors assembled in chairs in front of him and told them “You are the reason we are all here tonight.” more
Family, friends and community members came together to celebrate the 24 Yantis 2019 graduates on Saturday in the high school gym. more
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