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After snagging a first place in Kilgore Chamber of Commerce’s 2015 Christmas Parade, Arpco has hit the ground running, according to Sheryl Phillips, leaping on the ‘Candyland’ theme for this … more
Although a student may not see a decision as important at the time, it can have a lasting negative impact in ways that are not always immediately obvious. In an effort to help Kilgore Middle … more
Early voting saw higher turnouts this election cycle, including some marked increases at select polling locations. As the nation watched GOP nominee Donald Trump net an Electoral College win over … more
As each month’s sales tax check arrives, Josh Selleck looks for a silver lining – it’s old news the allocations from the state comptroller’s office are declining year-to-year, but Kilgore’s … more
Ofc. Angela Burch didn’t beat around the bush in announcing 2016’s Citizen of the Year – Gene Keenon’s long list of community service activities would have given the secret away quickly, … more
Pipe organ devotees from across the country flocked to Kilgore this week to celebrate the area’s Aeolian-Skinner pipe organs and the man who built them, Roy Perry. Organ enthusiasts, … more
As the outcome of Kilgore ISD’s decision to eliminate its local, optional homestead exemption remains in limbo, the opinion Texas Commissioner of Education Mike Morath has requested of the Texas … more
“Welcome Home,” Sgt. David Applewhite greeted fellow veterans Saturday. Gathered in Longview’s Teague Park, the veterans joined hundreds of others in remembering those who did not make it … more
When the derrick stars are lit Nov. 17, they’ll be shining down on a veritable winter wonderland on the World’s Richest Acre and Commerce Street. For years, Kilgore Historical Preservation … more
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