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KilGogh Arts Festival is looking to “Gogh Big or Go Home” with this month’s seventh annual event, featuring three days of activities in the Texan Theater. There are a limited number of spots still available for artists during this year’s exhibition, set March 28-30, culminating on the anniversary of the birth of the festival’s namesake artist, Vincent van Gogh. more
The Van Cliburn stage will be crowded this week, but there will be just six actors on stage. Kilgore College Theatre Department’s production of “The 39 Steps” sees a handful of actors juggling numerous roles throughout the play by Patrick Barlow and John Buchan, adapted from the film by Alfred Hitchcock. KC’s Micah Goodding is directing his students in the play, supported by numerous crew members backstage and throughout the operation. more
One more race in the City of Kilgore’s Spring 2019 election cycle was cinched this week: interim council member Mike Sechrist drew no challengers on the May ballot. Council members appointed Sechrist to the Place 3 seat on an interim basis in Summer 2018 following the death of Neil Barr a few weeks after being sworn into office for a new term. more
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar today said state sales tax revenue totaled $2.796 billion in February, 7 percent more than in February 2018. “Growth in sales tax revenue was led by remittances from the construction, manufacturing and services sectors,” Hegar said. “Receipts from information services and restaurants also grew significantly. Receipts from oil- and gas-mining firms remained about the same as a year ago.” more
Kilgore College is tackling college course complexity in an effort to get more students across the graduation finish line. At Monday’s KC board of trustees meeting, the Student Success Council told the board and audience how the Guided Pathways system is helping students complete their courses of study efficiently and on time. more
Each semester, Kilgore College fields questions about its headcount. Today, though, as education continues to evolve, a ‘snapshot’ of enrollment on any given day is no longer an accurate measure of the student body’s progress. Yes, Dr. Brenda Kays confirmed, current estimates show the campus’ population has declined from recent years. Yes, KC’s president said, there are a myriad of factors that impact that particular number. more
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