History Center open Diboll Day The History Center will be open from 9 a.m. until noon on Diboll Day. The staff has reprinted most of the Diboll Day exhibit photos this year and feature them along with many Diboll Day small artifacts in a new exhibit that is now installed and ready for viewing. Dance … Read more
The three Diboll Day Queen candidates are busy young ladies … even before seeking to be the 2014 queen. The candidates are Angela Concha, Kati Curtis and Sara Flowers. Their bios follow, in alphabetical order. Angela Concha Angela Concha is a member of the Diboll High School Class of 2015 and is the daughter of … Read more
Diboll Day 2014, the 34th celebration of community pride in Diboll, is celebrating 60 years since its inception. The first Diboll Day was held in 1953 following discussions by local townspeople at the Antlers Hotel coffee shop. It was decided that money needed to be raised to fund projects for the growing number of children … Read more
First Bank and Trust East Texas’ Executive Vice President Trey Denman, far left, and Vice President/Lending Officer Martha Hernandez, present a donation to Boys and Girls Club of East Texas’ Chris Harkness, vice president of Operations, holding the check, Rodney Coleman, Diboll Advisory Board president, and Diboll Unit Director Eric Hernandez, far right.
The Fry’m High Saloon team from Diboll took home the title in the 43rd annual Southern Hushpuppy Championships last week at the Texas Forest Festival. Team members are Emily Thompson, 15, Logan Thompson, 12, Colton Moreno, 15, and Dalton Moreno, 12. They won $750 and a party for 20 from contest sponsor A-1 Party Rentals.
As Sonny Ray Tamez Jr. grows up he’ll know he won’t have to wear hand-me-downs from his siblings. He was welcomed into the world on Aug. 16 by his parents, Alice Ancira and Sonny Ray Tamez – and his five sisters: Arielle, Isabella, Esmeralda, Coral, and Lily Tamez. Sonny Ray Jr. weighed 6 pounds and … Read more
Gary Martel, left, Diboll ISD superintendent, is presented a Hometown Hero of Angelina County Award on Thursday, Sept. 18, by Maci Herrington Dover, Whataburger director of Marketing. Others who received the award during the Texas Forest Festival for their community service and volunteerism were Demetress Curl-Herrell, Hospice of the Pines; Phillis Grandgeorge, ADAC; Duane Freeman, … Read more
Thursday, Sept. 25 Ladies Luncheon Bingo –11:30 a.m. at Civic Center, $6 for lunch and a card. Additional cards $1 each. Sponsored by Diboll Housing Authority and Vintage Bloom Florist and Gifts, all candidates Friday, Sept. 26 Family Movie Night & Cake Walk – “Lilo & Stich,” 6:30 p.m., Library, $2 children, $3 adults; concessions … Read more
In the previous months of 2014 we have done an inventory of the materials that we offer here at the library. During the inventory, we have found that many of our books and DVDs have been checked out and never returned. As a result of this finding, we have decided to make an all-out effort … Read more
Many students in Diboll ISD will soon experience classes in the wide open spaces thanks to funds received from the Thomas T. Keeler Grant Program. H.G. Temple Intermediate and Diboll Primary are planning to use their grants to move instruction outside the four walls of their buildings. At the Intermediate school, plans call for a … Read more