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LONGVIEW – Forgotten Gateway: Coming to America through Galveston Island” a travelingexhibition by the Bullock Texas State History Museum presented in partnership with Humanities … more
The Overton Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, Preceptor Nu Tau, held its annual Founder’s Day celebration on May 3 at Jack Ryan’s in Kilgore. This occasion marks the 86th anniversary of the founding of … more
A reader asked me recently how to write the word “warmonger.” “I was going to google it,” she noted, “but it seemed better to ask an expert instead.” Web searches can be an invaluable … more
From steampunk starlets to sword-bearing barbarians, pen-wielding novelists and spray-paint artisans, Kilgore's grassroots Geekend event grew this year with its move to the downtown shopping core on … more
MONDAY The Alzheimer's Support Group meets the second Monday of the month at 1 p.m. at Arabella of Kilgore, 2103 Chandler St. TUESDAY McCary’s Chapel United Methodist Church food pantry is … more
Kilgore City Park is going to be a busy place this summer. The city’s relocated and revitalized skate park will be the first of three new attractions welcoming visitors, and the new community … more
Representing Kilgore and Trinity School of Texas, Ian Price was named a 2017 National Merit scholar this week. “It was nice to be rewarded for that hard work,” the high school senior … more
For most Apple fans, an iPod Nano is a convenient way to carry music on the go. Carolyn Mangum hopes the tiny gadgets will be the keys that unlock her nursing home residents’ most comforting … more
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