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It’s been two years since a massive computer glitch wrecked STAAR test results statewide – after another hi-tech hiccup this week, educators across the state are breathing a sigh of relief to … more
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
The Texas Education Code requires schools waive transfer fees for those out-of-district students who get after-school care from their in-district grandparents. It’s a regulation that’s … more
The Kilgore College Board of Trustees now has two vacancies to fill and a task force has been created to find new members. One vacancy was created when longtime board member James Walker died on … more
More and more people are giving up their landlines entirely for cellular phones, creating a void in the information emergency dispatchers use to save lives: a new piece of technology aims to close … more
Nearly 100 people from around East Texas walked laps around the Kilgore College Masters Gym on a rainy Saturday morning to raise money and awareness for the prevention of drunk driving. The 2018 … more
Kilgore College Rangerettes during a dress rehearsal Monday for Revels 2018, running Wednesday through Saturday and encouraging guests to "Live Your Best Life." more
The 2019 KilGogh Arts Festival is set for March 29-30 in downtown Kilgore, with artists Sharon Grimes and Adela Hernandez crafting a theme for the Kilgore Main Street Program’s seventh annual … more
Braiden Stice’s message to distracted drivers is front-and-center in TxDOT’s Tyler office. After submitting his artwork “Stay Alert, Spare the Hurt” to the Texas Department of … more
The Kilgore College Theatre Department will present the drama, “Good Kids,” by award-winning playwright Naomi Iizuka. It’s a one-act play separated into two acts that tackles the effect of … more
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