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Downtown Kilgore’s final patriotic events of July 2017 get rolling with a 10 a.m. parade on Main Street and North Kilgore Street July 29. “We would like people to please contact us if … more
A man determined to hide his stash of drugs became the butt of some social media mirth earlier this week. The arrest on Hwy. 259 North Wednesday morning prompted Kilgore Police Department to … more
A Kilgore man was left with serious injuries Thursday afternoon when – swerving to avoid another driver’s sudden U-turn on Hwy. 31 – his truck rolled multiple times. The two vehicles did not … more
In the world of sports there are no figures as lovable and joyful as the mascot, and in East Texas a local student donned a mascot’s suit and won praise by his school and the National Cheerleader … more
In a time when Russian hacking has been a topic of many national political conversations, Gregg County Judge Bill Stoudt personally knows the threat. Thanksgiving weekend 2010, Stoudt received a … more
The members of the Danville Masonic Lodge #101 marked another year with the installation of the 2017-2018 officers during a ceremony July 15. With a chain of command officers follow, the members … more
First Church of the Nazarene will host “Maker Fun Factory” Vacation Bible School July 24-28. Scheduled from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. each night, VBS participants will also be served a free meal at … more
A Kilgore Police Officer was forced to tase a roaming dog Friday morning after the aggressive hound reportedly charged another officer on Laird Avenue. No one, man or beast, was injured in the … more
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