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Benefit breakfast planned for Bread of Life ministry

The Bread of Life Ministry will hold its monthly benefit breakfast Saturday, Feb. 17 from 7:30-9 a.m. at Mineola First Methodist Church, 612 N. Newsom St. Suggested donation for the … more

Beauty shop stories led Driver to food ministry

This story may not have started in a beauty parlor, but beauty parlors certainly played a major and consistent role in it.   Kathy Driver is a beautician. Since receiving her licensure from … more

2024 schedule announced for Mineola mini-train runs

The Harry Meredith Special will get underway on Saturday, March 30 at Iron Horse Square Park in Mineola for the 2024 season, with the Easter train. It will be held in conjunction with the Methodist … more

Pilots capture chili prize

The Pilot Club of Mineola members serve their entry in the Mineola Kiwanis Club’s annual chili cookoff Saturday. The club was judged best chili. Members include, from left, Lori White, Diane … more

Kiwanis Club honors Lucases

Sarah and Steven Lucas were awarded the Mineola Kiwanis January Citizens of the Month for their work with Wreaths Across America, the national project which places wreaths on veterans graves in Wood … more

McFarland Museum focus of BHM program

This year’s Black History Month Program hosted by the Mineola Historical Museum Board will showcase the McFarland South Ward Museum on Thursday, Feb. 15 at 6:30 p.m. A ribbon-cutting for … more

Clubhouse rising again at Mineola Country Club

There will again be a light house on the hill at the Mineola Country Club. The club gathered Jan. 31 to break ground on its new clubhouse after the historic structure burned on Aug. 21. … more

Street name memorializes Tuck family

The north-south section of the now-formerly Padgett St. has been renamed Tuck Dr. The new street signs were officially unveiled in a ceremony Friday afternoon in Mineola. The change was needed … more

Quitman Chamber marks golden anniversary

The Quitman Chamber of Commerce celebrates its 50th anniversary during its annual awards banquet Thursday, Feb. 15 at 6 p.m. at the Carroll Green Civic Center in Quitman. Tickets are $40 each … more

Chili benefits Pilot Club projects

Twenty-five teams squared off Friday, Jan. 26 at Quitman’s Carroll Green Civic Center for the Quitman Pilot Club’s Chili Cook-Off. This battle for bragging rights has been a yearly event … more

Mineola Caring & Sharing serves 335 families

Mineola Caring & Sharing served 335 families and 1,374 people in 2023,   an increase from 2022.   A number of family applications were received at the last minute, and with the help of … more

Daddy daughter Dance coming to civic center

The annual daddy daughter dance at the Mineola Civic Center is Saturday, Feb. 3 from 7-9 p.m. at Meredith Hall. Tickets are $25 per couple with $5 for each additional daughter and can be … more

Mineola chamber makes banquet plans

The 2024 Mineola Chamber of Commerce Banquet is set for Thursday, Feb. 22 with a theme based upon Vincent Van Gogh’s “The Starry Night” masterpiece painting as a metaphor to … more

Strickland continues passing on the joy of music

The fireplace mantel had not yet been cleared of its Christmas season motif.   As in many homes in Wood County, the Christmas decorations tend to linger well into the new year.   There … more

Quitman Pilots plan annual chili bash

The annual Quitman Pilot Club’s Chili Cook-Off fundraiser will be Friday, Jan. 26 from 6-8 p.m. at the Carroll Green Civic Center in Quitman. There’s always some very tasty chili, coupled … more

Event planned Monday for MLK Day cancelled

The Mineola Ministerial Alliance invites all residents to the 2024 celebration of Unity in the Community at the St. Paul’s Missionary Baptist Church on Monday, Jan. 15. Celebrating the … more

Gift to library

After several months of planning and waiting for book publications, the Library Outreach Committee of the Elizabeth Denton English Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution … more

Bjork putting away the calculator

Understanding the Texas public education financing system might be considered a super power in some circles. For the Mineola school district, assistant superintendent for business William Bjork … more

Tree planting commemorates city’s sesquicentennial at preserve

The last official event marking the end of Mineola’s sesquicentennial year took place under clear skies at the Mineola Nature Preserve last Wednesday. The Mineola Parks and Open Spaces Advisory … more

Plans approved for new clubhouse

Four months after a devastating fire destroyed the historic clubhouse of the Mineola Country Club, its stockholders have approved plans for a new facility. Plans presented at a meeting Tuesday, … more
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