Hunter McLeroy

About Hunter McLeroy

Author Diana L. Sharples joined Diboll High School students in a Skype session on Thursday, Oct. 17 to discuss book author tips and answer questions about how authors get their books published. She is the author of the teen book “Running Lean” which is about a young woman, Stacey, who has an eating disorder and [...]

Janice Ann Rowe Doug and Mary Russell were telling me about the Cross Country Alumni run that was Saturday, Oct. 19. The run went great this cool morning. About 20 alumni showed up to run against the current LHS and LMS cross country runners. Coaches Boyd and Stover were pleased with the turnout. It was [...]

This recipe is kind of like “buy one and get one free.” It is a combination of pound cake and a coffee cake….so I guess you could say it would be “make one and get one free.” Coffee Cake Pound Cake   Pecan Streusel: prepare first   1/2 cup flour 1 tsp. ground cinnamon 1/4 [...]

Master Storyteller Gary Whitaker performed some wonderfully spooky tales on Saturday, Oct. 19, at the library. Guests were so intrigued by the stories that you could have heard a pin drop. Whitaker would draw you in with his whispery voice and then jump out at you with a loud voice. Needless to say, he frightened [...]

SANDRA POULAND Wesley McClain (Diboll class of 2009) and the University of Houston golf team received their Conference USA golf championship rings at a ceremony during the UH vs. Brigham Young football game at Reliant Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 19. The 2012-13 golf team placed first in the CUSA golf tournament in Texarkana last April. [...]

  As the temperatures drop, Diboll FFA members, from left, Tyler Allen, Cheyenne Swor, Karli Wise, Dylan Allen, Sarah Smith and Chloe Presnall. paint the United Way sign up to the 70 percent mark, showing Diboll is nearing its goal of $75,000 for the year.  

Can you name a publication, other than the Diboll Free Press, that has been produced continually in Diboll since 1967? The correct answer is the Community Birthday Calendar, which is now in its 46th year as a local product. Louis Landers and the History Center staff were able to find a reference to the first [...]

Prayer is a wonderful privilege and a powerful instrument for God’s people. God’s Bible tells us in 1 Timothy 2: 1-4, “Therefore I exhort first of all that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks be made for all men for kings and all who are in authority, that we may lead a quiet and [...]

Three more names were added Friday to the Diboll Lumberjacks Wall of Honor – Josh Stifle, Jonathan Terrell and Jeff Vanover. Stifle graduated from Diboll High School in 1997 and was a multi-talented athlete in football, power lifting and baseball. In Stifle’s junior, he led the Lumberjacks in tackles and was named to the First [...]

Mulligan Stew Burke Baptist Church is having Mulligan Stew on Saturday, Oct. 26. Burke Pickers will provide music, beginning about 5 p.m. Dinner starts at 6 p.m. Free. Church is located on Tidwell Road in Burke. UMC Fall Fest There will be a Fall Festival, Saturday, Oct. 26, at the Old Burke School. There will [...]