Hunter McLeroy

About Hunter McLeroy

Lulla and Bob Adams had to wait longer than usual for their grandchildren – Cade, Cole and Ella Carroll – to come to Texas for spring break. The Colorado family were in Houston and Lufkin, and Cade did not stay very long here until he flew back to Denver to spend the week playing ball. [...]

Ernest and I were having lunch at Candi’s Cakes & Deli for her Friday lunch special of chicken & dumplings. It was crowded and we sat with Martha and Ray Carswell.  The Carpenter’s Way Women’s Ministry Friday Lunch Friends were there for their monthly fellowship and food.  Lisa Crow said that she had eaten four [...]

This is one of the easiest and best pies I have ever made.  You only need one bowl and perfect for a beginner.  By the name you would think “Fudge Pie” would seem pretty heavy but actually everyone said it was surprisingly light.  This recipe is adapted from one found in a cookbook put out [...]

The Sock Hop this past Saturday was extraordinary! Patrons were awed by the musical talents of the GMC Trio as they performed songs from the 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s.  A few of our guests kept the dance floor hot all night. Everyone enjoyed good old fashioned root beer floats for refreshments. This event was also [...]

Herman Strauss stopped by early Monday afternoon after leaving the Salvation Army’s Adult Day Care Center where he and his wife, Wanda, and others have gone every Monday for more than 10 years to provide musical entertainment to the folks there. Joining them that day was Gene Squyres, Bonnie Jumper, Lena Challender, Ann Boles, E. [...]

Burlon Wilkerson Festival attendees and vendors at events in Diboll’s Old Orchard Park can now experience added convenience and greater safety with installation complete on the new electrical grid.  Outlets for vendor booth spaces or other electrical needs are finally in place. City Code Enforcement Officer Bryant McCollum provided a diagram last week which [...]

The cool weather is gone.  Summer is on its way.  Cast off the sweaters, long-sleeve tops and coats.  We will be asking for that cool weather in a couple of months. How is your “spiritual weather?”  Are you cold, lukewarm or hot?  Who controls your temperature?  Hopefully, Jesus Christ does. God’s Bible says in Romans [...]

Free golf clniic A youth golf clinic sponsored by the Alcohol & Drug Abuse Council and Neches Pines Golf Course will be from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday, May 3 at the Diboll course. Youth ages 9-14 can get free lessons from golf pros. An adult must register the youth by calling 936-634-5753. No [...]

BRIAN BESCH Corrigan Times CORRIGAN — An explosion and fire Saturday afternoon at the Georgia Pacific facility in Corrigan has hospitalized four, with three in critical condition. Occupational Safety and Health Administration investigators were at the plant Sunday and have continued an investigation as to why Saturday’s events caused such damage. Georgia Pacific Spokesperson Eric [...]

Richard Nelson The Cardiac Jacks are back just in time for the baseball playoffs. The Lumberjacks (6-5 in District 20-3A) clinched a playoff berth with a 9-5, 10-inning victory over host Central on Tuesday night. They play at home Friday against Hudson (8-3), with playoff positioning on the line. After taking an early 3-0 [...]