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Residents on Hwy. 37 north of Mineola petitioning for center turning lane

Residents who live north of Mineola are petitioning the Texas Dept. of Transportation to extend the center turn lane along Hwy. 37. more

Property owners given more time to clean up locations in Quitman

Citizens and commissioners came head-to-head at Thursday night’s Quitman Building and Standards Commission meeting. With the tension in the air almost tangible, the board decided after nearly two hours of deliberation... more

Quitman woman killed in traffic crash

A Quitman woman was killed in a two-vehicle collision the morning of Wednesday, April 3 just outside the Quitman city limits on State Hwy. 37 North. more


Two predictions surrounding Monday’s total solar eclipse in East Texas largely failed to come true. The clouds were thin to non-existent during the time of totality around 1:40 p.m., and the expected traffic jams did not materialize. more

Results from the 2024 Wood County Junior Livestock Show

Grand Champion: Gage Henk, Wood County 4-H
Junior Showmanship: Kros Donohoe, Mineola FFA
Intermediate Showmanship: Gunner Klepfer, Wood County 4-H
Senior Showmanship: Isis Murlin, Quitman FFA

Broilers... more

Pilot Club readies benefit mystery theater

Dig into the back of your closet and pull out those ‘70s duds for the Pilot Club of Mineola’s “Staying Alive” murder mystery dinner Friday, April 19 at the Mineola Civic … more

Alba council explores policing unsightly properties

Alba City Council spent much of Monday’s meeting looking at ways to clean up dilapidated properties and enforce city ordinances on high weeds and trash. Police Chief Juan Ramirez said he … more

Mineola Fire Department Report

Controlled burn: March 15, 10:10 a.m., CR 2210. Assist EMS: March 15, 9:32 p.m.,   CR 2320; March 19, 6:29 p.m., 1050 W. Loop 564; March 21, 11:28 p.m., CR 2320; March 22, 8:33 p.m., N. … more

Mineola Police Report

March 23 12:11 a.m., assist other agency, Meredith, EMS. 1:51 a.m., disturbance, N. Newsom, everything OK. 1:17 p.m., escort, S. Pacific at city limits, funeral. 1:42 p.m., public … more

Wood County Sheriff’s Report

March 20 Deputy Skinner, traffic hazard, FM 17; deputy located several trailers parked on the state right-of-way, trailers towed from property. Cpl. Smith, runaway juvenile; mother advised … more

Arboretum hosts annual plant sale in Quitman

Plant lovers celebrating the return of sunny weather are invited to stop by the upcoming spring sale, organized by the Wood County Arboretum and Botanical Gardens. This much-anticipated event is … more

Utility bill assistance available in county

High utility bills can be a struggle for households. The summer months are coming with an additional burden. East Texas households may qualify for assistance through federal LIHEAP funding. … more

Genealogy society hopes to spur more interest

The descriptions were remarkably similar and each, singularly-powerful. The three people recounted their experiences in visiting their ancestral communities.   For Susan Few it was a trip … more

Quitman One Act Play advances to area

“The Lost Boy” found its way on a path to area finals last week when Quitman’s One Act Play presentation earned second place at bidistrict competition on March 29 at Northeast Texas … more

Eyesore being removed

Demolition commenced last week on the old Towner Apartments on N. Winnsboro St. in Quitman. The location is the subject of a Building and Standards Commission hearing Thursday, though the demolition … more

Water tower features Bulldogs

The Quitman Bulldogs logo graces the newly-repainted water tower near the football stadium.  more

Clouds, rain forecast in solar eclipse path

One thing is guaranteed. The skies will grow dark over Wood County Monday afternoon.

Whether local residents and the predicted thousands who flock here to see the rare total solar eclipse will actually be able to view it is another question. more

Cross illuminates Easter story at Little Mound

A couple of weeks before Easter Sunday, a coincidental meeting in the parking lot of the Little Mound Baptist Church led to some friendly advice. When discussing the upcoming sunrise service, Pastor Michael Phillips had offered, “Be sure to get here a bit early so you can see the illuminated cross.”

That little aside could not prepare one for viewing the illuminated cross for the first time. It is, quite possibly, the most meaningful representation of Easter for miles around.  more

Bassmasters deemed a huge success

There were kudos all around as the Wood County Economic Development Commission reviewed the success of the recent Bassmasters fishing tournament on Lake Fork Feb. 29-March 2. more

Bridge dedication honors Bridges’ service

Quitman Lake Fork Kiwanis Club members celebrated their 28th anniversary by braving some mud on Wednesday, March 27 as they gathered at the future site of Quitman’s Dog Park to dedicate a bridge on the walking path to original club charter member RT Bridges. more
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