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Summertime fun can result in summertime danger if precautions are not well-kept. This community mourns the loss of a very personable, well-liked man – Randy Morris – this week due to heat exhaustion and we have reached out to those in the medical field and those who work the oilfield for reminders of the seriousness to attempt to prevent this from happening to another family. more
In this section, we talk about touchdowns and home runs, rebounds and holes-in-one – in short, we talk wins and losses. Today, we’re going to talk about the ultimate battle, one waged not on … more
In my last two columns, I’ve described my experiences on a surprise trip my family took to Virginia when my daughter’s equestrian team earned a trip to the National Hunt Seat Finals. I’m still … more
“After 65 years, they are still as close,” began the letter now e-mailed by Dee Murphy, Jerry Kelly and Nancy Bullock. That alone should tell you this class is still thick as thieves when it … more
Within this community there are men that I consider brothers, spiritual brothers in fact, with one thing in common – their love of Christ. Two of these men are different yet the same and I have … more
A horse! A horse! My burrito for a horse! In my last column, I recounted the events leading up to my eldest daughter’s I.E.A. Hunt Seat National Finals equestrian competition in Lexington, … more
“Do you want to know my secret?” she asked. Her secret is living to be 99.5 years of age and beyond. “Do everything in moderation,” said Kathryn Dean. “Don’t overeat, don’t over … more
East Texas had its share of cowboys and cowgirls rising in the ranks throughout the years and in Kilgore there still remain a few through hard work and endurance will leave legends that only some can … more
What a phenomenal year for KISD! Our UIL Academic teams, our sports teams and our music departments had exceptional success this year. These successes represent a great deal of hard work by our … more
Walls can be painted, walls can be moved and walls can even be torn down, but, oh, if those walls could only talk. It's human nature to take something with a grain of salt, something you have … more
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