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President Sally Melton opened the Aug. 22 meeting of the Kilgore Senior Citizens Club with the Pledge of Allegiance. Cliff Kennedy gave the prayer for the meeting and the meal. Debbie Moore, … more
Judges from Kilgore Improvement & Beautification Association recently selected their Yard of the Month winners for September, including: YARD OF THE MONTH 1406 Leach Street Sigrid & … more
Kilgore College shuffled its staff this week and reorganized campus organizations and facilities. Among them, the oil museum has – at least temporarily – reduced hours and the swimming pool will … more
The Special Abilities Family Fun Event is expected to draw thousands of attendees on Sept. 15. Before the attendees can spend SAFFE Day 2018 making memories and having fun, all eyes will be on two … more
It’s being called a “sad end of an era.” On Friday, Sept. 7, a group of East Texans joined for the last time in a high-energy water aerobics class in the James M. Parks Fitness Center … more
More students are enrolled in KISD for the 2018-2019 school year than last year, early numbers show. Comparing district enrollment numbers provided on Sept. 5 to figures released by Texas … more
Kilgore College is poised for a year of growth and development with a focus on creating opportunities for students and improving the appearance and functionality of its campuses. The 2018-2019 … more
Each of Kilgore’s state-level lawmakers has agreed to take part in Kilgore Chamber of Commerce’s second annual Capitol Connect later this month. An hour-and-a-half luncheon and dialogue with … more
In one of her last, official acts as Kilgore City Clerk, Deborah Dane administered the oath of office to her successor, Rachel Rowe, before city council members Aug. 28. Dane marked six-and-a-half … more
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