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Wednesday, March 27 Tennis DHS at District (Center) Thursday, March 28 Baseball DHS at Carthage, 7 p.m. Softball DHS at Central, 6 p.m. Track DHS at Center Monday, April 1 DHS golf at district (Jasper) Thursday, April 4 Softball DHS vs. Hudson, 6 p.m. Track DHS hosts Lumberjack Relays, 3:45 p.m. Friday, April 5 DHS [...]

Ribbon-cutting April 4 Numbers have always fascinated Trey Wilkerson. From the time Martha Carswell got him involved with UIL Number Sense as a fifth-grader, Wilkerson has loved to work with them. During high school, Wilkerson’s aunt and uncle gave him and his sisters some stocks as investments. He enjoyed watching these grow. As a senior [...]

The History Center and the Diboll Historical Society will host a program and book-signing in Diboll on Wednesday, April 10. Authors and editors Dan Utley and Milton Jordan will be at The History Center promoting their newest book, “Just Between Us: Stories and Memories from the Texas Pines,” published recently by Stephen F. Austin State [...]

Casserole great for Easter brunch With Judge Esther Barger This would be a great dish for Easter Brunch — best part is you can assemble it the night before and bake in the morning. Pop it into the oven, serve hot and stand back for the rave reviews! Sausage Egg Casserole 3/4 pound ground pork [...]

Caskey graduates from miniatures to full-size horses Michael Miller, son of Susi and Mike Miller, is going to school at Savannah College of Art & Design to get his Master’s in theater. He has the lead in musical “Urinetown” in May in Georgia. * * * Ann Caskey had always wanted to push herself to [...]

Check out library’s photo scavenger hunt Just how well do you know Diboll? Take this challenge and find out. The library will host a Photo Scavenger Hunt on April 1 through April 18 as part of our National Library Week Celebration. You must be 17 or older to participate. A bulletin board will display pictures [...]

More than 2,500 eggs were readied Friday, March 22, for the Community Easter Egg hunt. About 18 volunteers, young and not-so-young, and Civic Center staff assisted the Easter Bunny in getting things ready for the Hunt that begins at 2 p.m. Saturday, March 30, in Old Orchard Park.  

The parable that Jesus told about the loving father and two sons comes to life for your kids as never before. Step right up and meet the Parabalini Family Circus — the father Antonio, the older son AJ, and his little brother Giorgio. Despite the nonstop fun and hilarity of clowns, knife throwers, lion tamers, [...]

Bill proposed to help small charities Rep. Trent Ashby Another busy, but productive week is in the books at your State Capitol. This week was a big one, as we crossed the halfway point of the session, heard our first Sunset bill on the Floor, and voted a responsible, fiscally conservative budget out of our [...]

Still learning how to sit and do nothing if we so desire Sheila Scogin One evening Beamon and I were sitting looking at each other or watching the traffic on the road and I thought of Mama and Papa Russell. Those grandparents only ever lived in their Huntington house when I can remember. By the [...]