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Reeling from the horrific violence against Dallas law enforcement Thursday night – a rampage the gunman linked to officer-involved shootings elsewhere in the country before his death – a common-refrain from stunned officials and grieving citizens is focusing on unity. more
It’s a decline, yes, but at least the 19.2 percent year-to-year drop in this month’s sales tax falls back within Kilgore City Hall’s projection, especially after the 38.27 percent decrease in June’s allocation. more
“We spend a lot of time dealing with animals that are left outside or left unattended or sometimes just left abandoned, but it’s good to see a staff that’s happy and excited to be there and is not necessarily burned out with an older building,” Kilgore Director of Special Services B.J. Owen said. more
With the Great Texas Balloon Race falling hot on the heels of the U.S. National Hot Air Balloon Championships in Shreveport, the Kilgore Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Bureau on Thursday decided to call off this year’s Baseball, Balloons & Root Beer event. more
In Gregg County, Longview Maintenance plans to conduct mill and inlay operations on Loop 281 between US 80/Marshall Avenue and FM 2206/Harrison Road. Motorists are encouraged to use alternate … more
Press Release Good Shepherd Medical Center has received the American Heart Association’s Mission: Lifeline® Heart Attack Receiving Center Accreditation. The accreditation program — … more
Although the water coming out of the taps in Kilgore might look or smell “off” at first, it is safe to consume and use, according to a press release from the City of Kilgore. more
The SISD School Board’s last session devolved into a series of escalating confrontations on the stage of the Sabine High School auditorium – the agenda posted for Monday’s regularly-scheduled meeting doesn’t appear to carry any particular controversies. more
At the end of each boys baseball season, Chris Dukes would take home a pile of uniforms – she’d scrub out the grass stains, wash them, dry them, sew up the tears and patch up the holes. more
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