Steve Baker, Diboll Police Department’s interim chief, was about finished with the wording on a commendation for Officer Noe Aguilar’s accomplishments in the past year when he had to start over. However, last week, Aguilar located and arrested a couple who could be responsible for a string of burglaries from here to Tyler. A report … Read more
Friday, Sept. 19 Chip Beef plates – First Baptist parking lot, Team Sara Fried Pies — Katherine Sage Temple Child Care Center will be selling their famous Fried Pies. To pre-order fried pies, call 936-829-2065 or fax to 936-829-2065. They will have apple, peach, chocolate, lemon, pear and they sell for $1.50 each. Pies can … Read more
If you ever dreamed of being a firefighter when you grew up, now is your chance. The Diboll Volunteer Fire Department has the “Help Wanted” sign out. According to DVFD Chief Darrell Roberts, Diboll is experiencing the same trend that volunteer fire departments are seeing nationwide: They are short-staffed. “We especially need more people who … Read more
SPJST dance is Sept. 19 The SPJST third Friday night dance will be Sept.19 at the SPJST Lodge, 197 Hughes Road in Lufkin. Dance is from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. Admission is $6 for members and $7 for guests. This month’s band is Linda Kaye and the Kool Katz. They play Cajun, country, rock-and-roll and … Read more
The Diboll Volunteer Fire Department received $60,000 this year from the Thomas T. Keeler Grant Program. The funds will be used for the following items: • Two X380 Thermal Imager cameras. These cameras will replace some that are 20 years old. They can be used by firefighters inside burning buildings to “see” through smoke. They … Read more
Thomas Lowther congratulates a winner in the second Tuesday night Bingo on Tuesday, Sept. 16, at the Lottie & Arthur Temple Civic Center. Brookshire Brothers sponsored the Diboll Day fundraiser. Buddy and Ellen Temple are the sponsors of the Tuesday, Sept. 23 bingo.
Diboll Day 2014 Queen candidate Kati Curtis shows caller Jay Wyatt the ball she pulled, to mainly groans from a packed Lottie & Arthur Temple Civic Center during the Tuesday bingo sponsored by Brookshire Brothers.
Our Diboll Youth Committee has been hard at work raising funds to bring SFA’s Lumberjack Marching Band to Diboll. The band of 320 members includes some Diboll Alumni. They will be performing at the Homecoming pep rally on Monday, Sept. 29, at 7 p.m. This will be a real treat for our young people in … Read more
The staff of Woodland Heights Primary Care at Diboll cut the ribbon to celebrate the clinic’s grand opening with members of the Diboll Business Association and other Diboll dignitaries. Holding the scissors is Josh Talbert, physician assistant for the clinic, which opened Sept. 2. A story was published in the Aug. 28 issue of The … Read more
Above, Sara Flowers poses with the princesses who came to her spa-day fundraiser on Saturday, Sept. 13, at the Lottie & Arthur Temple Fundraiser. Below, Josh Hulstine of Jacksonville checks out the Team Sara Car Show while his daughter enjoys her spa day.