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Wood County Sheriff’s Report

June 21 Deputy Croney, disturbance, CR 2121; victim advised husband pushed her to ground, husband admitted grabbing wife which made her fall. Kayode Bello arrested for assault. Deputy … more

Mineola Fire Department Report

Natural vegetation fire, other: June 8, 8:13 a.m., FM 1254 & Loop 564, Mineola. Grass fire: June 12, 12:56 p.m., CR 460, Mineola. Medical assist, assist EMS crew: June 11, 11:07 a.m., … more

Mineola Police Report

June 16 11:09 p.m., vehicle stop/arrest, 100 blk N. Pacific, Kaitlyn Faith Remmers arrested for Austin warrant. June 17 12:02 a.m., unknown offense, Maxine, couple fighting, one … more

Wood County Sheriff’s Report

June 14 Deputy Kovic, Deputy McGee, disturbance, Hwy. 154. EMS advised male and female fighting, both parties advised they had been dancing. EMS provided video of disturbance, Scott Beaird … more

Sam Houston State names honor students

The students listed on the Dean’s List of Academic Honors at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville are undergraduates who have achieved a grade point average of at least 3.5 out of a … more

City to host benefit golf tournament

Among the events planned for the city of Mineola’s sesquicentennial is a golf tournament Saturday, July 22 at the Mineola Golf Club. more

Mineola seniors plan monthly potluck lunch

The Mineola Senior Citizens Center is hosting its monthly potluck Thursday, July 6 at 12:30 p.m. Bring a favorite dish and join for lunch and a speaker. The chair exercise class is going … more

Mineola Fire Dept. rodeo sets 60th run

The Mineola Fire Dept. is gearing up for its 60th annual rodeo Friday and Saturday, July 7-8 at the rodeo arena on Hwy. 69 North. Rodeo action begins at 8 p.m. nightly, with slack scheduled for … more

Police stop 409 motorists

The Mineola Police Dept. made 409 traffic stops during a two-week Selected Traffic Enforcement Program. Chief Chuck Bittner reviewed the activity for the program which is funded by a grant from … more

Former Mineola mayor dies

Services are pending with Ramsey Funeral Home and Crematorium in Georgetown for former Mineola Mayor E.F. “Bo” Whitus. Whitus died June 22. He was 84. Whitus served as Mineola … more

Mineola council considers addressing unkempt lots

The first round of budget talks by the Mineola City Council Monday quickly waded into a murky area that has plagued the city, and most other towns, for years. Residents who don’t keep … more

Medical helicopters moving to new Mineola landing zone

The landing spot for medical helicopters coming to retrieve patients in Mineola is moving to the south side of town. Fire marshal David Madsen explained that the Mineola Civic Center has allowed … more

QDC joins effort to prepare for ‘24 eclipse

The Quitman Development Corporation (QDC) approved funds for special sun glasses during next year’s eclipse. The board voted unanimously to donate $1,000... more

Second round of storms lashes E. Tex., more outages

Before East Texas could get all the lights back on from the June 16 storm, they went off again June 23 when a storm moved through the area in the evening. Wood County Electric Co-op had cleared … more

Tresca wraps up college sports career

“I knew I hit it pretty well.” Izzy Tresca was recalling her first at bat in the collegiate ranks. “When I took a look, I realized it was one of the hardest hit balls I had ever struck.” more

WCAD postpones budget public hearing

The budget hearing for the Wood County Appraisal District had to be postponed last week due to lack of a quorum. Chief Appraiser Tracy Nichols said he will be rescheduling the meeting July 14, … more

Alba-Golden administrators recommended

Alba-Golden ISD has reported filling its vacant administrative positions, moves that will be before the school board for approval on Monday, July 3. Tracy Browning, assistant principal, is being … more

Commissioners extend storm disaster declaration

Wood County Commissioners approved the extension of the disaster declaration for 30 days to combat damages incurred during the recent storms and power outages. more

Federal trial underway for Constable Kelly Smith

The trial of Wood County Precinct Two Constable Kelly Smith got underway in federal court in Tyler Monday.

Smith faces two charges – deprivation of rights under color of law and falsification of a document. more

Rep. Hefner explains his position on AG Paxton

Texas State Rep. Cole Hefner met with over 50 citizens in the Wood County district courtroom last Tuesday evening. Hefner went over several of the bills facing the legislature in upcoming sessions. more
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