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

Operation Clean Sweep

Diboll is 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

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 Morris Road Saturday night, Jan. 31. Cheshire discovered the vehicle’s passenger was “very intoxicated and the driver had the smell of alcohol about him,” according … Read more

Freed by Christ 2-5-15

A new month in a new year. We pray your year has been good. Jesus Christ has blessed in so many ways. God has sent us the plentiful rain. He has protected us from the bad storms. The Holy Spirit has comforted us in our times of need. God is always faithful. In God’s Bible, … Read more

Exercise your rights

Diboll City Council and Diboll Independent School District officials have announced they will hold general elections together – if a May 9 election is indeed needed. City places up for election are District 1, currently held by Veronica Hernandez; District 3, currently held by Don Hendrick; and At-large Place 5, currently held by Tom Farley. … Read more