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Over 5 million people in the U.S. are living with Alzheimer’s disease. It is the sixth leading cause of death in the country, taking more lives than prostate cancer and breast cancer combined. One … more
Last week we discussed making a home fire escape plan. Fire drills are done at schools and at business, now it is time to practice at home. Prior to practicing the home fire drill do the … more
Out-of-date, out-of-compliance, out-of-the-norm: there are problematic zoning overlays throughout Kilgore and City Hall staffers are steadily updating the map. Case in point: on Wednesday, Kilgore … more
Phase I of the community’s new trail system has been in regular use for months: city leaders will officially cut the ribbon on the stretch Oct. 6. Recently dubbed ‘Creekside Trail,’ the path … more
Kilgore College Theater Department has announced their first production of the fall semester: a stage play based on the acclaimed novel “Lord of the Flies” by Nobel Prize-winning author William … more
Joanne and Leon Lewis visit with Bob Conrad (right) Wednesday evening at 4 Star Cinema during the opening night reception of the Fall 2018 Kilgore Film Festival. Kicking-off with "The Wife," the … more
A former Kilgore College employee filed suit against the school Monday, alleging racial discrimination and retaliation for complaining about discrimination. Civil action No. CV-18-486 was filed in … more
By JAMES DRAPER news1@kilgorenewsherald.com After more than a year of demolition and construction, Christ the King Catholic Church’s new building is complete: on Monday, area clergy and … more
Courtesy of Christ the King Catholic Church The Rite for the Dedication of a Church and an Altar is rightly considered among the most solemn liturgical services. A church is the place where the … more
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