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Chuck Conrad, owner and operator of the Texas Broadcast Museum in Kilgore, speaks to the Kilgore Lions Club at their weekly meeting Thursday. The museum, which opened on Main St. in 2016, displays … more
The last surviving member of the very first line of Kilgore College Rangerettes has died. Virginia Grey Law “Gay” Culp, of Henderson, died in her sleep on Tuesday at the age of 94 while at home … more
“Oh, for a muse of fire that would ascend the brightest heaven of invention! A kingdom for a stage, princes to act and monarchs to behold the swelling scene!” Lola Clark stood on a chair as … more
The Old U.S. Post Office on South Kilgore Street may not be taking mail anymore, but it’s seeing more and more traffic as an events venue – the Boomtown-era building won’t be greeting guests … more
The final descent was underway, the spidery legs falling toward the gray landscape. It was the wrong surface, Jonny Ferguson remembers, strewn with dangerous rocks. The astronauts took manual … more
Tatum ISD musician Karisia Hernandez plays for Kilgore Boys & Girls Club members Monday, part of a weekly music experienced organized by Jenn Ford for the children. July's BINGO dinner/fundraiser … more
Downtown Kilgore’s Patriotic Street Party kicks off at 10 a.m. Saturday with a full schedule of activities continuing through 3 p.m. Among the day’s demonstrations, For Veterans Sake will … more
Danville Masonic Lodge 101, Ancient Free and Accepted Masons, installed its officers for 2018-19 Saturday evening with formal services at its Lodge on Stone Road. Joe David Clark is Worshipful … more
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