Hunter McLeroy

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Seven Diboll FFA members attended the 85th Texas FFA State Convention in Dallas earlier this month. Those attending were Tyler Allen, Dylan Allen, Chloe Presnall, Sarah Smith, Stephen Badeaux, Caleb Stewart and Cheyenne Swor. The students donated canned goods to be given to the North Texas Food Bank. Tyler Allen was chosen to be a [...]

The officers for the Diboll High School Christians in Action club are working hard to make this year a good one. CIA helps the community, but also help teens strengthen their relationship with Christ, said CIA president Hunter McLeroy. “Our biggest goal this year is to get out into the community and show God’s love,” [...]

One Year Ago The 2012 Pineywoods Cattle Baron’s Gala committee selects caterer Eddie Deen and Company’s food that will host the annual gala at the Moore Farm. Todd & Linda Willis of Diboll announce the engagement of their daughter, Haleigh Willis, to Ryan Cook of Groesbeck, son of Randy and Kim Cook of Kosse. Diboll [...]

Sisters in Grace Tina Trout Terrell and Christie Trout Stephens “Commit your way to the Lord; trust in him, and he will act. He will bring forth your righteousness as the light, and your justice as the noonday.” – Psalm 37: 3-6. Last week, I was headed to Austin with my beautiful cousin, Meridith, to [...]

TeacherMom with Jan Allbritton We celebrated my dad’s 80th birthday Sunday afternoon with most of the out of town family and friends in attendance. I look at my dad and mom, and I see a lot of wisdom. I can distinctly remember when my grandparents died, and I told Mom and Dad that they were [...]

ROBERT NICHOLS State Senator As the world waited expectantly this week for the royal baby’s arrival, we have been waiting almost as expectantly inside the Capitol for a chance to address transportation funding. With less than two weeks left in the special session, we are finally focusing attention on this important issue. Five things that [...]

TRENT ASHBY State Representative It was a bit quieter at your Texas Capitol this past week as everyone turned their attention to transportation. Additionally, the House Appropriations Committee has readied a tuition revenue bond bill that the Governor has indicated he may add to the “call” before this second special session ends on July 30. [...]

JOHN CRABTREE Center for Rural Affairs On July 11, 2013, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a Farm Bill that was, unfortunately, missing the nutrition title, which provides authority for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, or food stamps) and other nutrition programs for low-income families. Historically, an amendment introduced in the earlier Farm Bill [...]

Isn’t it funny how some foods can be totally misunderstood? We are always talking about what is healthy and good, but do we really give some food a chance? It is no wonder when we see images of grown men running around disguised as fruit in an underwear commercial that we lose our sense of [...]