Hunter McLeroy

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RICHARD NELSON The Diboll Lady Jacks took care of business Tuesday night, winning their final district match at home against Center, locking up third place in the process. It took the Lady Jacks five games to defeat Center in the first round of district play, but they did it in four this time around. [...]

The Diboll distance runners got a final tune-up before the District 18-3A meet at the Coca Cola Classic Cross Country meet held Saturday, Oct. 12, at Abe Martin Stadium. It turned out to be a preview of what fans might get to see Wednesday, Oct. 23, at Central High School when Sam Farrell of Hudson [...]

RICHARD NELSON The Diboll Lady Jacks do like to keep things interesting. They notched their second district win Friday at Center, but took five games to do it. They then had the chance to pull into second place in district on Tuesday, but fell at home to Huntington in four games. Diboll lost Game [...]

The Diboll Lumberjacks put together some lengthy drives and made some big defensive stops, but the efforts didn’t translate into a win as they fell 34-7 to the Center Roughriders on Friday in Center. The Diboll defense kept their opponent out of the end zone through the first 13 minutes of the contest. Center did [...]

One Year Ago Former Diboll High School multi-talented athletes Larry Spivey, Steven Capps and Dwayne Stanford are inducted into the Diboll High School Wall of Honor. The Rev. Elzine Strong who pastored the Diboll United Pentecostal Church from August 1954 and retired from that church in 2009 returns as a guest speaker. The undefeated Center [...]

Sisters in Grace Tina Trout Terrell and Christie Trout Stephens “Let us not become weary in doing good.”  – Galatians 6:9. Fall – It is one of my favorite times of the year. I love to see the foliage change. I also enjoy the change in temperature (although I am still waiting for this one), [...]

Teacher Mom with  Jan Allbritton Zombies! October is the month that lots think about such things as Zombies, but who would expect Pastor Jeremy to preach on Christian zombies in our church on Sunday? Uh-huh, he did! He taught on Christian Zombie-ism and how to avoid  an apocalypse of such. What is the definition of [...]

Now is the when our players need support On Sunday a young man got injured in a football game and a bunch of jerks cheered. This just sucks. Our Houston Texans are having a tough year. Our Diboll Lumberjacks are having a tough year, also. We are young, very young, and these kids and their [...]

TRENT ASHBY State Representative With early voting beginning October 21, our office has been getting a lot of questions about the proposed constitutional amendments, especially Proposition 6.  For those who are not familiar, Proposition 6 is the proposal that will be on the November 5th ballot that creates a constitutionally dedicated account to fund the [...]

SHEILA’S POTPOURRI Sheila Scogin Frances Gesford Johnson of Irving and her daughters Patsy and Wanda came through after attending a reunion and stopped by to see us. I was so disappointed to find a note at the door especially when Beamon and I hardly go anywhere. Sorry we missed you girls and stop by again! [...]