August 27, 2014 Edition
GIVING BACK: Former resident leaves over $1M to local groups
A former resident of Mineola who had worked and saved money all of her adult life remembered her hom...
Budget balancing act begins
The Mineola City Council tackled their first portion of the 2014-2015 budget process last Monday eve...
First go at traffic results in caution and optimism
The first morning of traffic with the main road that goes to two schools partially closed came and w...
Early deadlines for Labor Day
With Labor Day less than a week away the Monitor wants to give readers notice of our early deadlines...
Determination pays off for summer graduates
After the conclusion of the special budget meeting board members gathered to publicly honor six summ...
Chamber still seeking auditor
The Mineola Chamber of Commerce regular August meeting took place with an almost full house at noon ...
City can’t commence on Commerce
The Mineola City Council continued to wrestle with how to fix Patten Street and redo Commerce Stree...
Financial Peace University provides hope to Mineola families
Nearly 2.5 million families have positively changed their financial future through Dave...
Letter to the Editor
To the editor, As a councilperson for Ward 1, I want to thank everyone who drives on Patten Street f...
Mineola Police Report
Mineola Fire Department calls for the past week were: Aug. 20 – At 11:23 a.m. the department h...
MINEOLA-Services for Eugene Crone, 91, Mineola, were held August 23 at Hlliard Funeral Home. Burial ...
Lady Jackets fall to Quinlan Ford; play second tourney
The Mineola Lady Jacket Volleyball team pushed the Quinlan Ford Lady Panthers to the fifth set, but ...
Lady Panthers come out strong to open 2014
The Alba-Golden Lady Panther Volleyball team won their season opener against Union Grove in three st...
Mineola Country Club
The team of Mike Cearley, Ed Vanderbilt, Jerry Massey and Jim Bowen shot a 15-under-par 56 to win th...
MVFD plans softball tourney
Mark you calendar for some fun on behalf of the Mineola Volunteer Fire Department on Saturday, Oct. ...
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