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Federal dollars could build downtown restrooms

The Mineola City Council will be considering how to spend the city’s share of the federal American Rescue Plan.

One idea is to address the lack of restrooms in the downtown area during events. more

Mesquite man dies in crash near Mineola

A Mesquite man was killed and three others suffered injuries in a traffic crash Monday at 2:42 p.m. at U.S. Hwy. 80 and FM 1799. more

Precinct Two Constable’s Report

65 civil papers were served, attempted and/or processed  Other Constable Activity • Meet with a complainant • Lake rule violation at Lake Holbrook • Suspicious person … more

Mineola Fire Department Report

Road freight or transport vehicle fire: Nov. 12, 3:16 p.m., CR 2230 & CR 2210, Mineola. Grass fire: Nov. 12, 1:04 p.m., 655 CR 2745, Mineola. Medical assist, assist EMS crew: Nov. 14, 8:13 … more

Mineola Police Report

November 13 12:51 a.m., vehicle stop/arrest, 700 blk N. Johnson, arrested Deborah Eberhart for resisting. 1:00 p..m., suspicious person, N. Johnson, subjects in parking lot ran out of gas … more

Wood County Sheriff’s Report

November 10 Deputy Andrew Rapp took a phone report of fraud. The victim’s daughter stated her mother sent a check to Publisher’s Clearing House so she could get a winnings check. Since … more

Lighting the way

The annual Alzheimer’s Walk was held by the Mineola Pilot Club at the downtown gazebo. Each attendee honored a friend or loved one with a donation. more

UT Health Quitman hosting blood drive Nov. 29, encourages honoring veterans with donation

In recognition of Veterans Day, Carter BloodCare encourages blood donors to give in November in honor and support of U.S. military veterans and active duty service members. more

DPS offers safe driving tips for navigating holiday traffic

There is a lot to be thankful for this year, and the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) wants to ensure people are able to get to and from their holiday celebrations safely. more

Five generations gather

Five generations of one family gathered recently for a photo. more

Association lauds Hebron for training efforts

The Texas Judicial Academy of the Texas Association of Counties (TAC) has honored Wood County Judge Lucy Hebron as a fellow. more

Old saddle’s value more than its practical worth

Brian Moore lives with his family in Elm Grove, La., just south of Barksdale Air Force Base. He comes from a family which has enjoyed great longevity in their family genes. That propensity for long life has illuminated a story which centers on an old saddle out back in his workshop. more
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