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Kilgore ISD trustee and Kilgore College employee Trey Hattaway threw his hat in another political ring Thursday, aiming for the office of Gregg County District Clerk. “The role of district clerk … more
Education comes at a cost in Papua New Guinea. “Not even elementary school is free there. They have to pay for everything,” says local restaurateur Debbie VanDoren. Long before they became … more
This year’s Citizen Fire Academy will boast a new challenge for participants – the free course will put them on the line with the flames. “We’re going to be partnering with Elderville Fire … more
Sanded, stained and stocked: the custom-built, handmade shelves in Stephen Woodfin’s new pulpwood paradise lack just one thing – readers. “Let’s just say, that’s a lot of work, but they … more
On July 18, 1997, Jason Colbert left home: “a closed-mind, impatient and rebellious boy,” his mother says, headed to join the United States Army. “The people that he has met, places he has … more
Ever since she stood on a speaker at four years old and sang to a crowd of about 30 people at McCann Grill, Jade Kelly knew she would be a singer. “I still remember it like it was yesterday,” … more
Kilgore ISD Board of Trustees used Monday’s special meeting to approve updates to its policy, including those related to the change from a six-week calendar to a nine-week system. Much of the … more
Kilgore residents were called into overseas missions last Saturday following a plea to pack a gift-filled shoebox. The Operation Christmas Child workshop, held at Eastview Baptist Church, gave tips … more
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