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Planning for the East Texas Oilmen’s Chili Cook-off is picking up, up and away – there’s less than a month to go until ‘Super Chili’ lands in downtown Kilgore. Set each year on the first … more
Saturday’s Oktoberfest activities were organized by a broad group of downtown stakeholders: from local merchants, restaurants and City Hall employees to the Lions Club, assorted vendors, Kilgore … more
As the weather slowly cools, St. Luke’s United Methodist Church continues its annual autumn activities centered on the Pumpkin Patch. With more than half of October remaining, St. Luke’s has … more
If Kilgore seems a bit more purple than usual, the reason is Lynzee Ford. Valerie Warren, Ford’s mother, has started placing purple ribbons around town in memory of her daughter who died two … more
Kilgore ISD Board of Trustees met for an hour-and-a-half with only about two minutes spent in open session. Monday’s meeting, as specified on the agenda, was called specifically for … more
As a way to celebrate the diversity in Kilgore, the school district will host its annual Hispanic Heritage Event Oct. 18 at Kilgore City Park. The event will begin at 6 p.m. and celebrates the … more
Sabine ISD board members are set for a second meeting this week after a (relatively) short session Monday evening. Thursday’s specially-called meeting (set for 6 p.m. in the Sabine High School … more
Two speakers blasted Sabine ISD’s board majority during the public comments portion of Monday evening’s regularly-scheduled board meeting. Cyndi Bryce, Sabine High School Librarian and wife of … more
FM 2087 at the Sabine River is set to close for approximately nine (9) months starting Tuesday, October 11, for a bridge replacement project. Work will include the construction of a new bridge and … more
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