Hunter McLeroy

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Judicious & Delicious With Judge Esther Barger We have really learned to appreciate homemade soup when the weather turns cooler.  It makes a great supper when you serve it with some bread and a salad.   Here is a recipe for a hearty one. Cheeseburger Soup 1/2 lb. ground beef 3/4 c. chopped onion 1/2 cup [...]

With cold and flu season upon us, it is important to make every effort to stay healthy; here is some good advice from Brookshire Brothers pharmacist Laura Edmundson: Just do it! Get a flu shot. The Center for Disease Control recommends everyone 6 months and older receive an annual flu vaccine. Keep it clean! Wash [...]

Sandra Pouland Louise (Stanland) Ellison is still excited about seeing six of her grandchildren on a recent trip to Alabama. Her daughter, Stacy Kilgore, and her niece, Shirley Ivey, did most of the driving on the 12-plus-hour trip. Lois Ellison also went along on the trip. They let Lois out in Birmingham to stay and [...]

God’s Bible says in Hebrews 11: 1, “Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.”  What or in whom have you put your faith in?  Have you put your faith in material things? All those material things will pass away if they haven’t already.  Besides, the more material [...]

RICHARD NELSON Diboll High School senior Omar Solis was recently honored as a member of the National Hispanic Recognition Program. The program recognized about 5,300 Hispanic/Latino students selected from a pool of more than 259,000 who took the 2013 PSAT/NMSQT. Solis scored a 198 on his PSAT last year, and the national benchmark for [...]

BURLON WILKERSON There is more going on than meets the eye at the Diboll Family Education Center.  Although it is considered part of Diboll ISD, programs and activities for all ages from infants to adults are in place for anyone who wants to take advantage of them. Adult education under the direction of Becky [...]

RICHARD NELSON Diboll City Council on Monday broached the subject of allowing alcohol sales at certain city events, such as May’s annual Tamale Fest, October’s biannual Diboll Day and March’s first Crawfish Boil. Council took no action in order to gauge the feelings of the community. Alcohol sale and consumption is prohibited on city-owned [...]

Wall of Honor Friday night Diboll ISD will proudly induct Jeff Vanover, Josh Stifle and Jonathan Terrell into the Lumberjack Stadium Wall of Honor. There will be a reception for all individuals beginning at 6 p.m. in the conference room at the stadium. The public is welcome to attend. The inductees will be introduced at [...]

District football Carthage 5-1 0-0 Jasper 2-2 0-0 Huntington 1-4 0-0 Diboll 0-6 0-0 Center 0-6 0-0   Last week   Madisonville 56, Huntington 8   Tatum 48, Diboll 0   Carthage 44, Rusk 7   Jasper 49, Bridge City 7   Corrigan-Camden 35, Center 33       This week   Diboll at Center [...]

The Lumberjacks’ first win will have to wait for district play after they rounded out the non-district slate with a 48-0 loss on the road to the Tatum Eagles on Friday night. Tatum entered the night having allowed only a total of 13 points through their first four games. When the teams took the field, [...]