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“Presidents’ Day an American holiday celebrated on the third Monday in February. Originally establhed in 1885 in recognition of President George Washington, it still officially called “Washington’s Birthday” by the federal government. Traditionally celebrated Feb. 22 –Washington’s actual day of birth — the holiday became popularly known as Presidents’ Day after it was … Read more

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‘Her story,’ ‘his story’ in the making

Most American civilians have never experienced first-hand the atrocities of war. For Vivian Holt they are much too real. Holt’s father was born in Illino and joined the Marines in 1907. He went to the Philippines and loved the lands so much that when he was dcharged, he decided to stay. He married a Filipino … Read more

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Holts’ memories more than golden

Ken and Vivian Holt will celebrate 62 years of marriage in August. Their story reads much like the stuff from which movies are made. Their birthdays in February are only one week apart, but their birthplaces were half a world apart. Ken was born in Oklahoma, while Vivian was born in the Philippines. Ken moved … Read more

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Have truck will travel

It seems the Diboll Volunteer Fire Department has gotten more than the city’s money’s worth out of their old pumper truck. “It’s 23 years old; they usually last about 15 years,” said Gary Jones, DVFD chief. “It’s the first-out truck so it’s been to about 8,500 fire calls.” City Council on Monday voted to buy … Read more

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Black History Program Sunday

The H.G. Temple Alumni presenting the sixth annual Black Htory Program at 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 15, at the DISD Auditorium on the old Temple Elementary campus. For more information, call Angela Gordon at 936-366-4015.  

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Operation Clean Sweep

Diboll gearing up once again for Operation Clean-Sweep. On April 18, a group of volunteers and skilled craftsmen will be helping Diboll homeowners with outside “fix-ups.” Projects range from roofing and painting to raking leaves. Churches, school groups, businesses, organizations and individuals are needed to form work teams for the day. Each team will … Read more

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Dateline Diboll 2-5-15

Waymakers at Singing The Waymakers will be singing at the 1st Saturday Singing at the Beulah Congregational Methodt Church on Saturday, Feb. 7 at 7 p.m. A love offering will be received, and a fellowship will follow the service. The church located in the Beulah Community on FM 58. For more information, contact Wanda … Read more

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Garden Club meets at Larry Bruce Gardens

Taking advantage of a rare day of sunshine, 18 members and one guest traveled to the Larry Bruce Gardens and Restaurant several miles into the Davy Crockett National Forest near Kennard on Tuesday, Jan. 27. Bruce, owner and operator, along with h wife, Sara, shared a brief htory of their farm which had been operative … Read more

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‘Tangled Threads’ continues this Tuesday at the library

Announcing the continuation of a successful program for crafters of all ages – “Tangled Threads” will meet on Tuesday, Feb. 10, from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Do you like to crochet or knit, or do any other portable crafting project? Come join “Tangled Threads” for an hour of stress-reduction and relaxation – leave your worries … Read more

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Traffic stop leads to fugitive arrest

A citizen alert of a possible drunk driver led to the capture of a fugitive. Diboll Police Department Officer Rodney Cheshire responded to the call and stopped a car near Morr Road Saturday night, Jan. 31. Cheshire dcovered the vehicle’s passenger was “very intoxicated and the driver had the smell of alcohol about him,” according … Read more

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