Pack the House! at the The Diboll Free Press Thursday, Aug. 29 at our office 101 Weber St. (at intersection with North Hendricks) \   Special offer: Subscribe or renew/extend your subscription and receive a 3-foot x 5-foot Lumberjack banner (delivered by Homecoming) Come meet the staff and spoil your dinner with ice cream and ...

Our Teen Back-to-School Party was a hit with 50 in attendance on Friday, Aug. 16 after Meet the Jacks. Teens enjoyed playing the Wii in the Joe Elliott and Joe Sample Memorial Garden area, while some just visited with friends. The main attraction was the movie Pitch Perfect shown on the big screen in the ...

Jim Taylor’s entrance into the world of sound engineering came about more from necessity than curiosity. A musician since he was old enough to hold a guitar, Taylor attended college as a Composition Theory major. He wrote jazz compositions, and he needed a way to demo his songs so he could sell them. At the ...

Diboll Independent School District announced its policy today for providing free and reduced-price meals for children served under the attached current income eligibility guidelines. Each school/site or the central office has a copy of the policy, which may be reviewed by anyone on request. On July 15, 2013, Diboll ISD began mailing letters to the ...

Getting your child ready for school includes many things such as getting new clothes and school supplies. We would like to add one more thing to the list of things to do before school starts. Get your child’s library card in working order to assure that they will have access to computers or study materials ...

Summer Vacation is coming to a close and school will be starting at the end of the month. Here are some back-to-school tips for parents to do before school starts to get their children ready for the new school year: * Be sure your child is in good physical and mental health; schedule doctor and ...

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,” ...

The Children’s Summer Reading Club Awards Party was held on Thursday, July 18. There were 90 children that finished their reading goal this summer. Each child received a certificate from the library and a reading medal provided by the Diboll Business Association. Lewis Ivey, who along with wife Shirley Ivey donated to the Summer Reading ...

SPJST dance SPJST, 30th anniversary dance, with music by Glenn Lenderman and Friends will be Friday, July 19, from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. at the SPJST Lodge, 197 Hughes Road, which is the old skating rink, in Fuller Springs. This is the dance that all of the members get in free, and cost for guests ...

Many readers enjoyed the newly added Adult Summer Reading Club this summer. With Miss Mary at the helm this group really flourished with 38 registered. This reading club was hassle-free with lots of chances to win prizes. Gift cards to Sonic were given away each week through a drawing of those who had read that ...