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State took five years to remove traffic signal

Mineola city officials unearthed the letter that the city received concerning the recent removal of the traffic light at U.S. Hwy. 80 and Line St.

In a letter dated Aug. 23, 2017, TxDoT informed the city that traffic lights are periodically reevaluated... more

County adjusts COVID leave policy

Wood County commissioners approved a revised COVID leave policy for 2023 at their Wednesday morning meeting Dec. 28.  more

Pilot Club of Quitman sets annual chili cook-off

The Pilot Club of Quitman presents its annual fundraising Chili Cook-off Friday, Jan. 27 from 6-8 p.m. at the Carroll Green Civic Center, 602 McAllister in Quitman. more

Heroes Ranch captures heart-felt messages

Construction at Heroes Ranch north of Quitman paused Saturday to allow its clients the opportunity to seal messages inside buildings before sheet rock and siding is added. more

Red Kettle campaign returns to rousing success

The Salvation Army Mineola Service Unit was back in business this Christmas season after a one-year absence. More than 40 volunteers donned red aprons and rang bells in two-hour shifts. Some rang … more

Mineola Fire Department Report

Building fire: Dec. 18, 1:23 p.m., 23510 Holiday Pine (Enchanted Lakes), Mineola; Dec. 18, 10:17 p.m., 261 CR 2245, Mineola; Dec. 19, 10:35 a.m., 23510 Holiday Pine (Enchanted Lakes), Mineola; Dec. … more

Mineola Police Report

December 17 12:01 a.m., welfare concern, Goodson Cir., party observed female being pulled into residence, made contact and subject OK. 12:19 p.m., unknown offense, NE Loop 564, advised subjects … more

Wood County Sheriff’s Report

December 14 Deputy Burdick, disturbance, FM 1795. Suspect fled with needle to nearby store, then went back to residence. Deputy able to secure suspect, suspect transported for mental evaluation … more

2022 – the year life finally started returning to “normal”

For the first time in three years, the bulk of normal activities returned to Wood County – as well as much of the nation and the world.

Here’s a few of the highlights from the year. more

Guilty pleas heard in 402nd District Court

The following criminal cases were handled in 402nd District Court last week through guilty pleas. more

Wood County Toys for Tots wraps up campaign

Another successful Toys for Tots campaign has wrapped up in Wood County, with 2022 marking the 75th anniversary of the program started by a reserve major in the U.S. Marine Corps. more

Judge names animal welfare group

Outgoing County Judge Lucy Hebron has appointed a county advisory group on animal welfare following a meeting in Quitman Dec. 12.

Shelby Bobosky, executive director of the Texas Humane Legislation Network, addressed a group including animal shelter workers and animal non-profit group members concerning new state laws on animal welfare and animal cruelty. more
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