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At first glance, Kilgore’s sales tax allocation this month shows a substantial, record-testing decline from the prior year – more than 46 percent – but some equally-substantial outliers are … more
With a basketball full of raffle tickets, the fight to end childhood cancer continued at Tuesday’s second annual girls’ basketball Orange-Out game. Although the team was playing Gladewater, … more
A federal drug sting netted three arrests in East Texas Tuesday, and one Kilgore resident was nabbed in the interdiction. Caches of heroin, meth, money, guns and ammo were all seized in the … more
By JAMES DRAPER news1@kilgorenewsherald.com It will be the first of its kind here, and it begins Monday at 10 a.m. – Martin Luther King, Jr. Day will not pass unmarked this year as a diverse … more
Carter BloodCare opened New Year 2017 with an urgent plea to its 56-county service area: the close of 2016 put a high demand on limited blood supply as patient need at hospitals in the region was … more
The Kilgore ISD Education Foundation exists to help Kilgore teachers bring opportunities to their students they would not otherwise be able to fund. The nonprofit organization helps support, … more
Mays Kenneth Whitten did not have just one title attached to his name during his 76 years; he had two. Whitten was known in Kilgore as dean at Kilgore College: dean of students and then dean of … more
From STAFF REPORTS The Kilgore Police Department reported the following arrests between Jan. 6 and Jan. 12. FRIDAY, JAN. 6 Braydon Mark Anthony McGee, 18, of Flint, was arrested on a local … more
FM 2087 over Sabine River Limits: 500 feet north of bridge to 500 feet south of bridge; Contractor: Longview Bridge and Road, Ltd., of Longview; Cost: $3.7 million; Anticipated Completion … more
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