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WEDNESDAY KILGORE SENIOR CITIZENS club meets the second and fourth Wednesday of each month in the Lions Club Building at 307 Rusk St. All seniors 55 or older are eligible for … more
After the fourth annual Juneteenth event Saturday opened with a parade, the celebration spilled into Kilgore City Park. Kilgore Legacy Foundation President Willie Vinson was so focused on getting … more
Texas Shakespeare Festival Foundation President Sue Brown joked she calls the festival “the miracle on Henderson Boulevard” for its longevity, now in its 32nd season. After the festival began … more
The Kilgore College Board of Trustees voted Monday night to shutter three programs. The decision to end the surgical technology, drafting design and the commercial photography programs comes … more
Kilgore College is working with Tyler Junior College to help students who may be impacted by the closure of the Surgical Technology program at KC. TJC has initiated steps to expand the enrollment … more
The first priority for the Texas Legislature’s upcoming special session will be the passage of “sunset” legislation that never made it to Gov. Greg Abbott’s desk during the regular … more
The Kilgore News Herald is at the top of its division for the fourth year in a row, netting a Sweepstakes award Saturday in the Texas Press Association’s 2017 Better Newspaper Contest. The … more
With the simple act of signing his name, Gov. Greg Abbott completed a trifecta of failure by all branches of state government to defend the people’s right to know. Abbott was proud of himself … more
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