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President, Sally Melton opened the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance. Ray Drost gave the prayer for the meeting and the meal. No Secretary report for last meeting. Treasurer Gloria Kennedy … more
This is the fourth in a four part series to help you, your family, friends and neighbors to prevent and prepare for a possible wildfire near your property and home.   Create a … more
Kilgore ISD Orchestra instructor Mitch Moehring will teach young musicians how to build their own ukuleles next week in another new activity in Kilgore Public Library’s Summer Reading … more
Texas Shakespeare Festival is making history this summer season. The festival has already premiered “King John” for the first time in its 33-year history. The company will also be breaking … more
There are still a few days left for Kilgorites to speak up about things they like and dislike about Main St. So far, hundreds of locals have responded to an online survey to give their opinion about … more
Kyla Kazuschyk spends her hours at Texas Shakespeare Festival crafting everything from Elizabethan gowns and medieval robes to 1920s styles, but the costume designer prefers to spend her time off the … more
In the midst of Texas Shakespeare Festival’s 33rd season, the company’s actors, artists, costumers, carpenters, designers, techs and administrators fill their weeks with performances. Except … more
Kilgore City Council members are scheduled for another closed-door discussion Tuesday evening, with several topics on the agenda including the open Place 3 seat. Council member Neil Barr died June … more
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar today said state sales tax revenue totaled $2.77 billion in June, 13.7 percent more than in June 2017. “Sales tax revenue increased for almost all major economic … more
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