Hunter McLeroy

About Hunter McLeroy

Sisters in Grace Tina Trout Terrell and Christie Trout Stephens “Do not spread slanderous gossip among your people.” – Leviticus 19:16. Four or five years ago, I sat at my desk with a student in front of me who did not understand a skill that I had taught in class. I really had to think [...]

I have been thinking for quite a while now about how we as parents are teaching our kids about God. The best way that we teach them is through our own lifestyle. If God is important in our lives, then He will be important in the lives of the kids, right? I would think so, [...]

As we celebrate Veterans Day this year, it is instructive to consider the contributions of our presidents to our nation’s defense and military. Of America’s 43 presidents, 31 have served in the military. Ten, most notably George Washington, Andrew Jackson, Ulysses S. Grant, and Dwight Eisenhower, attained the rank of general. Five others held the [...]

I am an American Veteran. I served in the forces which guard our nation and our way of life. I was prepared to give my life in their defense. I often lived in fear for hours, days, weeks, and even years at a time Not in fear for myself But in fear, that if I [...]

The Huntington High School Class of 1962 met at Golden Corral for an evening of catching up and eating while all were talking. Those present were Glenda Attaway Hill, Nederland; Calvin and Susan Carrell, Monahans; Richard and Joy Ivy, Early; Madelyn and Harold Rakestraw, Houston; Diane Junge Stubblefield, Kennard; Travis and Gayle Stanbery Fuller, Lufkin; [...]

Sandra and Eldon Fuller’s son, Levi Fuller, received one of our Alumni Association Scholarships and we always like to hear how they are doing.  Here is some of what he has accomplished since he graduated from Lufkin in 2004 — enlisted in the Nat’l Guard his senior year; started Texas A&M in January 2005 as [...]

Veterans Day is an official United States holiday which honors people who have served in armed service — also known as veterans. It is a federal holiday that is observed on Nov. 11. It coincides with other holidays such as Armistice Day and Remembrance Day, which are celebrated in other parts of the world and [...]

The time has arrived for us to get pecans. If all goes as planned we should have them in the store by Nov. 15. * * * We are blessed with many friends and some just seem to go out of their way to do thoughtful deeds that make a good day better. Bill Smith [...]

Veteran’s Day Program Nov. 11 9:30 a.m. Temple Intermediate School For questions or to RSVP, call 936-829-6900 Fireworks Friday The fireworks show, originally scheduled for Homecoming will be shot about 15 minutes after the Diboll-Huntington game Friday, Nov. 8, from the left side of the visitors bleachers (if you’re looking from the press box). Youth [...]

Diboll PTSA will take part in the annual “Take Dad to School” day next week. Diboll Primary School will celebrate Thursday, Nov. 14, with breakfast for all the dads of students in the morning Pre-kindergarten 3 and Pre-kindergarten 4 programs.  Dads of those in the afternoon session of Pre-kindergarten 3 are invited to come for [...]