Dazzlers dazzle aboard Carnival’s Triumph

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“Sail Away With Me.” That’s what members of the Diboll High School Dazzlers got to do recently. Because of the impressions they made at summer camp of not only talent and skill but their personal character, attitude, mannerms and courtesy toward others a representative of the Houston Texans Cheerleaders fell in love with th little … Read more

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Cruising through parking lots, aisles until the post office

It was nearly lunch time one of those bright, sunny days we had and my first stop was Huntington State Bank. A man and I were the only customers inside and I thought it was just the last of the month. Made my round over to Brookshire Brothers and spent a few minutes trying to … Read more

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Enjoying time with family and good food

Th was a busy week for our family. Wednesday, Jan. 28, was Ernest and Julie’s birthday. That night we celebrated with Rocky Morr, Tony and Bob Brown, Jean and Oscar Dillahunty, Martha and Ray Carswell, Nancy and Thomas Moore, Patti and Claude Smithhart, Bill Royle, Patsy Hines, Jerry Hill (Donna was sick), Max Rowe, Elizabeth … Read more

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Good to meet Rev. Reynolds the ‘Angel Man’

I saw a friend of mine, James Gibbs, sitting in IHOP. I think a lot of Mr. Gibbs and stopped to say hello and noticed a small tin angel on the table. I introduced myself to James’ friend and realized later I was speaking with the “Angel Man,” Max Reynolds. The Rev. Reynolds has been … Read more

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Lufkin HS honoring championship teams

I made a copy of the 1962-63 picture of the Panther Baseball Team that won the first state championship for Lufkin in 1963. Those in the picture were: Coach Dick Gardemal, Pete MacKenzie, Joe “Butch” Lowe, Marc Wichman, Duncan Cavanaugh, Leon “Butch” Tidwell, Larry Cook, Coach Lamar Hebert, Nicky Miller and Jackie Mayer, managers, David … Read more

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Early experiences lead us to love mild East Texas weather

Every time I watch the news on televion I am thankful we live in East Texas and no other place in the United States. If we were to get the frozen stuff falling I guess we would handle it, but it would make me happy to not ever see ice, sleet or snow again. Those … Read more

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Last chance to vote for ‘Best of …’

Today’s paper will be the last sue with the “Best of 75941″ entry form. Th the second year that the Diboll Business Association and The Diboll Free Press has sponsored th interesting event. Look for the entry form in the Diboll Free Press, cut it out and fill in the blanks; it’s that simple! … Read more

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Young Breckenridge purusing Cyber Security

Rita and Lacy Breckenridge had a message from their grandson who a student at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) at Richmond, Va. He the son of their oldest son, Dr. Robert and wife Cyndy Breckenridge. Robert the pastor of Powers Memorial Baptt Church in Hopewell, Va., and Cyndy the choral director of … Read more

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Holiday visitations cut short by school activities

Lulla and Bob Adams were happy to have Chr, Karla, Cade, Cole and Ella Carroll with them for Chrt-mas. The Carrolls live in Buena Vta, Colo., and as most of our children they did not have nearly enough time to stay during the holidays. Somehow those ballgames are not stopped even though school might be … Read more

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Trying to stay warm as cold comes in with new year

The new year breezed in with lots of cold north wind and slow rains to fill up the vacant places that were without plenty of water. Over a period of several days our rain gauge gathered more than 5 inches. I heard of lots of folks who stayed inside the house all New Year’s Day … Read more

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