All quiet on Diboll front

Through two public hearings no one has spoken up about Diboll City Council’s proposed 2014 tax rate of 59 cents per $100 property valuation. The rate is about 2.3 cents higher than last year’s rate – the first increase in about three years. The increase will cost property-owners about $22 more a year on average. … Read more

Family loses posessions in house fire

A Diboll family escaped without injury from a house fire Tuesday morning. However, they did lose most of their possessions. Attempts to contact the family members to see what the community could help with were unsuccessful. Volunteer firefighters from Diboll, Moffett and Fuller Springs responded to the fire call about 11:30 a.m. in the 300 … Read more

Freed by Christ

Labor Day is almost here. September got here fast. School is in full swing. We all labor in one way or another. But what are we laboring for? Are we laboring for temporary things or eternal things? God wants us to labor to provide for our loved ones. But we do not have to labor … Read more

Back the Future

Rally emphasizes ‘commYOUnity’ The excitement of the first day of school will extend into Monday evening in Diboll as the local PTSA hosts its “Back the Future” event. Food, games and information booths will be located in the parking lot in front of the DISD Administration building from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. At the event, … Read more