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B.J. Owen hesitates to use the word ‘feral’ – the cats that roam Kilgore’s streets, neighborhoods and wooded areas aren’t necessarily wild, but they’re not domesticated … more
4 Star Cinema's Kristi Hill hands out mini movie posters and popcorn to downtown trick-or-treaters in front of Downtown D'Lites Wednesday. FIND MORE PHOTOS ON PAGE 1B more
A rescheduled event and yet another chance of bad weather did not deter hundreds from attending the Hispanic Heritage Festival at Kilgore City Park Tuesday. A large crowd encircled the park … more
The last major update to the City of Kilgore’s Master Plan came in 2008 – the next year will see an overhaul of the decade-old strategy. Don’t expect, however, the new outlook to include … more
The annual Harvest Festival and Livestock Show was held October 24-27 in Longview exhibiting the livestock, shop, and home economics project entries from FFA, FCCLA, and 4-H youth from Upshur, Smith, … more
The Kilgore Coterie Club met on October 25 at the home of Jacki Beane. Phyllis Jewel served as co-hostess. Rachel Brian called the meeting to order and Sissy Covnet introduced Caleb Pirtle, an … more
Kilgore Church Women met on Friday, October 26, at First Presbyterian Church for their quarterly meeting with 29 present. President Carroll Bolton welcomed everyone and Reverend Will Wilson from … more
The Kilgore College Visual Arts program and the Department of Humanities and Social/Behavioral Sciences are offering two opportunities for KC students to gain college credit while studying … more
Citizens Bank earned the Bronze Community Banking Award from the Independent Bankers Association of Texas last month for the local bank’s Student Board. “The whole board’s an opportunity for … more
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