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“Honesty allows camaraderie,” stated Cody McAree as he made a point about the level of fellowship within the umpiring brotherhood. McAree is in his sixth year within the Greater East Texas … more
For her hard work and accomplishments, Quitman High School 2019 valedictorian Abby Dobbs was awarded a scholarship from the Texas Golf Association. The 2019 Doris Kallina/’Nez Muhleman … more
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Wow, what a great week to fish beautiful Lake Fork. The water temperatures are in the lower 80s and the water clarity over most of the week is stained. However, the water clarity is getting better … more
Members of the Mineola Kiwanis and Rotary clubs have joined together for the “KI-RO” Golf Tournament Fundraiser. The tournament will be held Saturday, June 22, beginning at 8 a.m. at the … more
Standout football players from around East Texas geared up Saturday for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) Heart of a Champion All Star Bowl at Rose Stadium in Tyler. Local athletes Zane … more
Clear skies, free hotdogs, bike giveaways and complimentary wriggly worms welcomed folks to the annual Hooked on Fishing youth tournament on Saturday morning along the southern shores of Lake Fork.

Swarming to the Sabine River Authority headquarters, 215 registrants from ages legally alive to those legal to drive competed to catch the heaviest bass, catfish, perch, crappie, and turtles.

Former Dallas Cowboys players Kenneth Gant and Lincoln Coleman Jr. assisted Sheriff Tom Castloo in handing out the hardware to 18 outstanding anglers. Cash Harrison from Celina pulled in a 6.38-pound catfish, netting him the overall prize for the largest catch in any age or classification. more
Athletes of all ages and those who enjoy the outdoors are invited to mark their calendars for the Miss Ima 5K and Fun Run, benefitting the Wood County Arboretum and Botanical Gardens. Sponsors … more
This week met us with more storms and rising water. However, it did not affect the fishing very much. The water temperatures remained in the upper 70s and the water clarity remained stained. Three … more
The blessings of living in rural communities in East Texas are due in part to the unique characteristics of each community. People and places make the community. So it is with Alba-Golden and the surrounding area when it comes to summer sporting activities. This is amply illustrated by four entities: the LET’S ROLL Skating Rink, the Alba-Golden Youth Foundation, Johnsonville Motocross Farm, and the Alba City Park.

As Dale Sutton, president of the Alba-Golden Youth Foundation, explained, “Unlike some of our neighboring communities, our youth foundation administers spring baseball and softball as well as Pee Wee football and Little Dribblers’ basketball programs.” The slate keeps a bevy of volunteers and the foundations’ seven-man board busy all year round. more
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