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Kiwanis program shares anti-drug message

Quitman/Lake Fork Kiwanis Club is bringing the national program “Don’t Meth With Us” to Quitman and Yantis fifth graders. more

Graduation, like everything, up in the air

Educational and extracurricular school activities have yet again been pushed back until Monday, May 4. For now, Mineola ISD is still planning for senior graduation on Friday, May 22. more

Alma mater honors QHS ag teacher

Paulette Aguilar, agriculture science teacher at Quitman ISD, has been named a College of Agriculture & Natural Resources 2020 Ambassador for Texas A&M University-Commerce. more

Wood County Junior Livestock Show moving to videos, broilers go online

The Wood County Junior Livestock Show, scheduled April 2-4, was initially postponed and then moved to an online model. more

Sound of the Swarm secures seventh straight sweepstakes

The Mineola High School band performed at UIL Concert & Sight-reading Contest on March 6 at White Oak High School. more

MHS band director honored by alma mater

Chris Brannan, director of bands for Mineola ISD, has been named the  College of Humanities, Social Sciences, and Arts 2020 Ambassador at Texas A&M Commerce. more

Alba-Golden ISD residents being surveyed

The Alba-Golden Independent School District board of trustees has employed Texas Association of School Boards Executive Search Services to assist with the search for a new superintendent. more

Quitman High School Honor Roll

Second nine weeks more

Mineola school board postpones May election

The Mineola School Board election has been postponed until November. 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

MISD develops plan to educate students from homes

“We’re finally getting to a point where we feel good about what our plan is,” MISD Superintendent Cody Mize said of the schools adapting to educate students with campuses closed by the virus outbreak. more
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