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J. Karol Pruett has been visiting the Kilgore Public Library her entire life. Now, patrons will be able to find one of her books on the library shelves. Pruett recently donated a copy of her new … more
Press Release Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar today said state sales tax revenue totaled $2.7 billion in September, 14.8 percent more than in September 2017. “Vigorous growth in state sales tax … more
2018 Campaign: October 7-13 2018 is “Fire Prevention Week” and the 2018 Campaign is “Look. Listen. Learn. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere.” The campaign works to educate people about three … more
Fall brings some of the largest events in the City of Kilgore, from SAFFE Day on the third Saturday in September to the East Texas Oilmen’s Chili Cook-off (Oct. 25) and Kilgore Historical … more
From TAMU Adverse weather can be troublesome for humans and animals alike. While small, indoor pets are easier to board and travel with, horses require additional preparedness and precautions. … more
KC Press Release Kilgore College will offer free advanced welding training beginning this month for displaced workers or individuals wanting to improve their current welding skills. Classes … more
COURTESY REPORT President, Sally Melton opened the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance. Cliff Kennedy gave the prayer for the meeting and the meal. Debbie Moore, Secretary read minutes from … more
Halloween’s still ahead, but Christmas parade plans are well-underway for Kilgore Chamber of Commerce. The 88th annual event kicks-off at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 27, following the traditional … more
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