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In 1979 Deana Bolton Covin did the unimaginable: She continued the Kilgore College Rangerette organization after founder Gussie Nell Davis’ retirement. more
Keeping pace on the information superhighway, eventually the time comes to upgrade the ride, and the Kilgore News Herald is rolling out a new website this month. more
Just as military men and women retire from the service, the American flag under which they served has its own dignified retirement ceremony when the weather takes its toll on the fabric. more
Good Shepherd Medical Center is one step closer to being part of the Duke LifePoint Healthcare system with a public hearing set for July 18 to discuss the amended lease agreement. more
The best way to avoid injuries during the Fourth of July festivities, is simple, Dr. Mark Miller said: Let the professionals handle it. more
As locals take advantage of a long Independence Day weekend, there are a handful of nearby Fourth of July events awaiting visitors. more
The first test was the easiest, and laughter echoed across the rust-red crag as the black plastic slip-n-slide ended in a muddy splashdown and gales of laughter. more
Kilgore ISD Chief Financial Officer Revard Pfeffer asked the district’s board to pray for the completion of two cafeteria projects. more
Although the STAAR test results have not been released yet, Kilgore ISD released the results the head administrator says better represents the district. more
Liberty City Water Supply will receive an upgrade to the system after the Gregg County Commissioners Court unanimously approved the work Monday morning. The upgrade will include 11 road bores and approximately 14,000 feet of eight-inch water main line, which will then connect to the existing lines. more
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