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The city’s new splash pad is open for business – unofficially, at least. The water’s flowing, and Kilgore City Manager Josh Selleck is as ready as anyone to see children and adults enjoying … more
Tracking dogs and helicopters, night vision and thermal scopes, the peal of the Kilgore High School spirit bell – they were all pressed into service to find Christopher “Bubba T” … more
Featuring excerpts from “The Gardener’s Beatitudes,” the chosen theme for Civic Garden Club’s new year is “A Blessed Year.”  September’s beatitude was “Blessed is the club which … more
Tracking dogs and helicopters, night vision and thermal scopes, the peal of the Kilgore High School spirit bell – they were all pressed into service to find Christopher “Bubba T” Terry. more
The Kilgore College Workforce Development-Continuing Education department will offer continuing education courses in arc welding and airbrush techniques. more
As organic waste in a landfill breaks down, it releases methane – the gas is now being captured by dozens of collectors spread across the Pinehill Landfill. Flowing to a brand new landfill … more
Kilgore High School senior Bailey Green is one step closer to being named a National Merit finalist. Last week she got the news – officially – she was a semifinalist. To be named a … more
It’s been an exciting and successful year, Kilgore Chamber President Cindy Morris says, ready to showcase the organization’s progress – and its 2017 individual and business standouts – in the … more
Kilgore College trustees agreed during their meeting Monday night to reimburse Kilgore ISD for their portion of the new lights at R.E. St. John Memorial Stadium. “We have new lighting, and it … more
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