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With renovations nearly complete, the East Texas Oil Museum is set to reopen to the public at some point in the next two weeks. Museum manager Jackie Reynolds said she’d hoped to open the museum’s doors this week but a minor plumbing issue caused a slight delay. more
Kilgore ISD will host a special come-and-go reception for new superintendent Dr. Andy Baker from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. tonight in the Old Post Office on Kilgore Street. more
Three newly-elected county officials from Kilgore took the oath of office in a swearing-in ceremony Jan. 1 in the courtoom of the 188th District Court in the Gregg County Courthouse. more
A Rusk County woman indicted for the December 2016 kidnapping of a Kilgore College Rangerette is now being sued by her alleged victim and the young woman’s mother. Dana Blair, Rangerette Director since 1993, and her daughter, Alexa Blair, former ’Rette lieutenant, filed an original petition and request for disclosure against Nancy Motes, of Kilgore, in Gregg County court Dec. 21. more
Three people escaped injury in a Thursday night crash that knocked out power for almost 1,000 Kilgore customers. According to Kilgore PD Lt. Johnathan Gage, emergency responders were dispatched to the 3800 block of Stone Road on a two-vehicle wreck with property damage. more
[Editor’s Note: Find coverage of January through June 2018 in the Jan. 2 edition.] If the first six months of 2018 in Kilgore could be called eventful, the second half of the year was even more lively. From surprise developments to the completion of long-awaited projects, 2018 was a year of forward motion for the city. more
Kilgore Public Library took young readers on a short trip to the Shire Thursday afternoon in honor of J.R.R. Tolkien’s birthday, and activities are quickly shaping up for the coming year. more
Kilgore Police Department reported the following arrests Dec. 28 through Jan. 4. more
A weekly article that will offer information concerning the Kilgore Fire Department and provide safety tips for home and family. As temperatures begin to drop, your home needs to prepare for the cold weather as you prepare your winter wardrobe. You can take steps to winterize your home to make it safer for the winter months. This will be a two week series on home winterizing. Follow these steps in preparation for cold weather: more
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