February 10, 2016 RSS feed / News

Alba-Golden senior to graduate high school and TJC simultaneously

There are highly motivated students, and then there’s Jaselyn Riley. The 17-year-old Alba-Golden senior isn’t just graduating from high school in May, she’s also receiving her associate’s degree from Tyler Junior College. More...

Children’s dental health month is February

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month, offering a reminder that tooth decay is the most common chronic disease among children. More...

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Wood County Electric Cooperative representative Tommy Brown helps Quitman Geometry in Construction class members get their hard hats ready for wear. More...

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The Quitman-Lake Fork Kiwanis honored 88 Quitman elementary students for raising their grades last six weeks. More...

Judge gives man maximum prison sentence in grave marker thefts

A Quitman man was sentenced to the maximum time in prison in district court Thursday after pleading guilty on 13 counts of stealing property from grave markers, most of them veterans’. More...

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Coach Kylie Cryer was chosen by her peers as the February Employee of the Month for her Perseverance. Coach Cryer is special education teacher and helps coach high school girls. More...

Yantis ISD Awards

Principal Pride awards went to front row (from left to right) are: Mrs. Tracey Helfferich, Elementary Principal; Aspen Burns (1st grade); Brady Davis (Pre-K); Chloe Alphin (2nd grade). More...

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Dr. Randy Bennett is trying his moves for the next “Dancing with the Stars” season at the recent Pilot Club Chili Cook-Off. More...

Jarvis names new chaplain

The Rev. Cherisna Jean-Marie, a Haitian- American born and raised in Newark, N.J., came to Jarvis from Nashville, Tenn. Jarvis Christian College’s new chaplain officially began her duties Jan. 11. More...