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Arabella of Kilgore will host a fundraising ice cream contest from noon to 2 p.m. Friday, July 22. more
Although the summer’s heat and humidity has replaced spring’s rain, Kilgore Rescue will be prepared for the next big flood to hit Kilgore. more
FYI HOLY PRAYER APOSTOLIC CHURCH invites everyone to Pastor Ella Mae Walker's 28th Pastor Anniversary, Sat., July 9 at 6:00 p.m. There will be a musical Sun., July 10 at 3:00 p.m. Bishop Robert … more
“Football” will always be soccer and it’s unlikely he’ll be swapping “G’day” for “Howdy” anytime soon, but Remo Gualtieri knows better than most what it means to be an American: he’s earned the distinction. more
The front entryway of Kilgore Heights Elementary School might get a second lease on life after all. The owners of KK Mobbs Construction have agreed to remove the columns and nameplate at the front of the school as carefully as possible to preserve them for future use in the city, Charlotte Mobbs explained. more
A half-hour closed door discussion ended with Kilgore College trustees giving their attorney marching orders in an ongoing lawsuit with a former employee. more
In 1979 Deana Bolton Covin did the unimaginable: She continued the Kilgore College Rangerette organization after founder Gussie Nell Davis’ retirement. more
Keeping pace on the information superhighway, eventually the time comes to upgrade the ride, and the Kilgore News Herald is rolling out a new website this month. more
Just as military men and women retire from the service, the American flag under which they served has its own dignified retirement ceremony when the weather takes its toll on the fabric. more
He came to the oilfield from a different industry, “and it was good to me,” Gore Kemp would say, and he was good to Kilgore in return. more
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