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The 2019 Rangerette Revels are being held in Dodson Auditorium April 10-13. The themes of this year’s show, “More Than Meets The Eye” and “20/20 Vision” revolve around sight, color and optimism for the future. As with all Revels performances, routines performed by the ‘Rettes cover a wide range of dance styles and musical genres, from hip-hop to rock ‘n’ roll. Rangerette Revels is the annual highlight show for the world-famous precision dance and drill team and is one of the most well-attended events in Kilgore, drawing thousands of guests, including ‘Rette parents and family memberss, members of the Rangerettes Forevers organization, young aspiring dancers and fans of music and precision dance performance. more
The smell of death hung over a stretch of Houston Street Thursday evening – wretched, horrible, disgusting, according to residents – after a hauler spilled animal remains on the roadway. According to Kilgore City Manager Josh Selleck, “It was a beef product, slurry. It wasn’t as easy to ID as the previous spills we’ve experienced, because it appeared to be partially processed.” more
Up, down, up, plateau – as oilfield revenues climb and dive, so does the City of Kilgore’s sales tax rollercoaster. Fortunately, for the past two years, it’s been in a fairly steady ascent following the previous two years’ plunging numbers. At the moment, things are on a pretty even keel. more
Kilgore ISD’s state-assigned accountability rating is now available to view online, along with the ratings of every Texas school district. An online tool provided by the Texas Tribune called the Texas Public Schools Explorer allows users to search for any public school district in the state and instantly see its letter-grade ranking. In early April, the tool was updated to display ratings based on data from the 2017-18 school year. Letter-grade rankings were rolled out last year but the Tribune’s tool makes them more easily accessible for parents, guardians, teachers or anyone else interested in the state’s rating of a district. more
It was in 1975 that First Lady of Kilgore Kay Castles was asked to pledge Beta Sigma Phi. She knew it was a social group, service-oriented. At that point, she wasn’t thinking about what it would mean to her more than four decades later, but she knew it would have an impact on her life. more
A weekly article that will offer information concerning the Kilgore Fire Department and provide safety tips for home and family. In 2016, there were 840 bicyclists killed in traffic crashes in the United States. A large percentage of crashes can be avoided if motorists and cyclists follow the rules of the road and watch out for each other. more
Dioramas featuring a signature Easter treat are currently on display at Kilgore Public Library and awaiting patrons’ votes. Cast ballots through April 17. more
Kilgore News Herald netted another 2nd place Sweepstakes win from North and East Texas Press Association’s 2019 Better Newspaper Contest. Staffers left the Tyler convention with first place plaques for Column Writing and Feature Photography in addition to other awards. more
East Texas Christian School is holding a hotdog fundraiser from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Atwoods to help the 10 members of its senior class raise funds for their senior trip to Alabama. “Our kids have been working different fundraisers and volunteering at different events since their junior year to raise money for their trip, but some students are still short,” according to Wendy Gill. more
The Kilgore Spring Film Festival returns on Wednesday, April 17, to present six films through Wednesday, May 7. The twenty-first year of the festival will bring several genres to the silver screens at 4 Star Cinema on Hwy. 259, including romance, documentary and drama. more
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