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Kratzmeyer second at state track meet

Abby Kratzmeyer of Mineola was one of two vaulters left at the state track meet in Austin this afternoon and wound up with the silver medal in the pole vault. more

County Grand Jury hands down indictments

Indictments handed down April 28 by Wood County Grand Jury. Tommy Wayne Anderson, forgery of a financial instrument, state jail felony. Taylor James Christiansen, possession of controlled … more

Quitman Police Report

April 18 Lt. Anita Tucker and Chief John Farmer responded to a reckless driver call. Witnesses saw a black sport utility vehicle with Florida license plates strike a city-sponsored garbage can at … more

Mineola Fire Report

Medical assist, assist EMS crew: April 29, 5:25 a.m., 360 CR 2427, Mineola; April 29, 3:27 p.m., 182 CR 2426, Mineola; May 1, 4:49 p.m., 165 CR 2754, Mineola; May 3, 7:03 a.m., 1000 W Loop 564, … more

Mineola Police Report

May 1 12:34 a.m., information, N. Pacific, subject identifying as attorney calling to speak to officer about vehicle stop. 8:26 a.m., disturbance, W. McDonald, subjects separated. 9:49 a.m., … more

Wood County Sheriff’s Report

April 29 Sgt. Jeremy Smith was dispatched to CR 2941 in reference to a suspicious person. Smith located the suspect vehicle at Hwy. 69 and FM 779. Smith smelled the odor of marijuana and observed … more

Most sports becoming year-round

Scholastic athletes in local high schools owe their success to many things. Commitment, hard work, conditioning, coaching and competition are just a few of the many factors which combine to realize success on the field of play. Regardless of the sport, these elements are shared across playing fields and courts, and regardless of school size or location.  more

Quitman library earns state honor

The Quitman Public Library has been awarded the 2020 Texas Achievement in Library Excellence Award by the Texas Municipal Library Director’s Association, an affiliate of the Texas Municipal League of which the city of Quitman is a member.   more

Mineola library friends hear author

Linda Brendle spoke to the Friends of the Mineola Memorial Library Thursday, May 6 at the Library Annex. Brendle is a local author of multi-genre Christian books. She and her husband live in the Lake Fork area.   more

QDC hires landscaping firm for parking lot

The Quitman Development Corporation board voted to hire a company to do landscape work on the parking lot north of the downtown square Monday. The Turner Land Management bid of $6,800 was approved to make the improvements on the parking lot which serves downtown. It was the only bid received. more

Don Heinert sworn in as new mayor of Alba

New Alba Mayor Don Heinert quickly got to work Monday after being sworn in. He and new council members Debbie Shaddox and Tammy Kelbe were elected without opposition. more

AGISD board confirms grads

The Alba-Golden School Board performed their most important function Monday evening, unanimously certifying 57 students as graduates of Alba-Golden High School. The graduation ceremony will be conducted on Friday, May 21 at the Sulphur Springs Civic Center. more
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