Hunter McLeroy

About Hunter McLeroy

One Year Ago Emily Parish is the 2012 Diboll Day Queen as she raised $54,629 and the other queen candidates raised helped raise the total to $168,128. Diboll City Council approved a grant that will pay for resurfacing of Hendrick Street. This street will also be used as an evacuation route. Tanika Bray is named [...]

Sisters in Grace Tina Trout Terrell and Christie Trout Stephens “You have been faithful in handling this small amount…Let’s celebrate together.” – Matthew 25:21.     It’s party time! Christie and Jessie both celebrated their birthdays in September. They have such busy lives that they had to wait until this weekend to party. Christie let [...]

Teacher Mom with Jan Allbritton Let’s say that you have two identical puppies. You feed one only a tiny little bit, and you feed the other one a good amount. Which one grows faster? The one that you feed the most, of course. You and I know that this is true, but yet we don’t [...]

GARY MARTEL DISD Superintendent Students, parents, teachers, and other members of the Diboll ISD community are encouraged to take some time to show your appreciation for your favorite campus principal as DISD recognizes October as “Principals Month.” The National Association of Elementary School Principals and the National Association of Secondary School Principals, joined by their [...]

Judicious& Delicious With Judge Esther Barger Nothing says fall liked baked apples…..here is a great recipe that I guarantee will have your house smelling wonderful! Honey-Spice Baked Apples 6 large Golden Delicious, Ida Red or Rome apples ¼ cup chopped walnuts ¼ cup packed light brown sugar 2 TBSP. butter, softened ½ teaspoon cinnamon 1/4 [...]

Beamon and I were in Dr. Terry Well’s office to get our flu and pneumonia shots and were lucky enough to visit with everybody who works there. Joyce Edwards, Casey Kennidy, Cheryl Wells, Valli Jones, Frances Felts and Lulla Adams were getting us prepared to ward off unwanted germs during the winter. * * * [...]

Marc Lishewski and Dr. Brent Campbell successfully completed the 12th annual Escape From Alcatraz Swim on Sunday, Sept. 29, in San Francisco. The swim is an event put on by the South End Rowing Club (circa 1873 origination). Most, who have been to San Francisco, have seen Alcatraz Island via the ferry ride. In this [...]

T.L.L. Temple Memorial Library celebrates Seek the Unknown® for Teen Read Week ™! The library will celebrate Teen Read Week™ (Oct.13-19) with a special Teen Zombie Party on Oct. 11 aimed at encouraging teens around the area to read for the fun of it. Thousands of libraries, schools and bookstores across the country will hold [...]

Free Press publisher Richard Nelson and his fiancé, Kathy Hulstine, and his parents, George and Betty Nelson, traveled a couple weekends ago to Serbin for the annual Wendish Fest. Serbin, in the Giddings-La Grange area, is where the first Lutheran church in Texas was formed. After an English service, followed by a German service, festival-goers [...]

Pray for our government. Pray for our nation. Our world is in turmoil. Our government is in turmoil. Our government is made up of human beings that are not perfect. None of us are perfect. Jesus Christ has been very gracious, merciful and patient with our nation. Prayerfully our nation will turn back to God. [...]