Richard Nelson

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Diboll Booster Club Inc. is pleased to announce the approval of grants totaling $555,378.00 made possible through the Keeler Grant Program. This grant is made in honor of Thomas T. Keeler; his wife, Cora T. Keeler; and in memory of his grandfather; T.L.L. Temple, and his mother, Marguerite Temple Payne. Recipients of the Keeler Grant [...]

The 114 graduating members of the Diboll High School Class of 2013 walked across the state Friday, May 31, at Lumberjack Stadium, receiving their diplomas. Just last week, the seniors were honored for their $1.2 million in scholarships earned this year. Valedictorian Shaunak “Sunny” Patel — attending Texas Tech University — and Salutatorian Zachary Hobbs [...]

It is hard to believe school is over.  Jesus Christ has blessed and protected our schools this year.  We thank God for all of the school workers.  We thank Jesus Christ for watching over all the students and their families this year. This summer all these students will be home and around town.  A lot [...]

Coming soon Diboll Free Press editor and publisher Richard Nelson has gotten feedback that some would like to read his opinions on some topics. He will attempt at least a semi-weekly column beginning next week. The topic: An inconsiderate society, with specific local examples. He didn’t want to take away from the graduates by publishing [...]

Bob worked outside all Sunday afternoon and did not want anything heavy for supper, so I found this recipe that is kind of a breakfast dish.  Turns out he declared it MARVELOUS! And I  loved it because it was quick and easy.   Tasty too! Open-Faced Egg Sandwich (Serves 1) 2 tsp. butter 2 eggs 1 [...]

A benefit for Bobby Lovell will held from noon to 6 p.m. Sunday, June 9, at The Country Club on Highway 69. There will be an auction/raffle, 42 tournmaent, Texas Hold ’Em, hamburgers and fries and fun helping “an old man save his heart!” A couple of years ago, Bobby Lovell started having heart problems. [...]

It was surprising that when I arrived at Brookshire Brothers Friday they did not have an APB out on me.  I surely hope, in police talk, that means an all points bulletin, but I usually go to the store Monday, Wednesday and Friday and just go to get “milk and bread”.  That equates to at [...]

Congratulations to the Hudson High Girls Softball team that won their second trophy for being the best Class 3A team in the state.  I wondered what the “5” and “7” were on their cheeks and called Patsy Hines.  She did not know but sent her “scout” to find out.  Ray Turner called one of the [...]

HOUSTON — It’s hard to remain an unbiased reporter covering this group of Diboll Lumberjacks. Down 3-1 with two innings to go, the Lumberjacks scored four runs in the bottom of the sixth inning and held on for a 5-3 victory Friday night over Silsbee in Game 1 of the Region III-3A final at Cougar [...]

HOUSTON — It’s hard to remain an unbiased reporter covering this group of Diboll Lumberjacks. Down 3-1 with two innings to go, the Lumberjacks scored four runs in the bottom of the sixth inning and held on for a 5-3 victory Friday night over Silsbee in Game 1 of the Region III-3A final at Cougar [...]