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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS MONTH

Listen closely, children could be spared harm

Children “are so much smarter than you give them credit for,” Women’s Center Community Outreach Coordinator Dawn Griffin said. More...

Kilgore College sophomore Derek Henning tests the bubbles

Kilgore College sophomore Derek Henning tests the bubbles atop a graduated cylinder Thursday morning during Mole Day at the school – the chemistry activities were set on 10/23 in recognition of the mole (10 to the 23rd power) unit of measurem More...

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DAILY DIGEST

WEDNESDAY HIGHLAND PARK BAPTIST CHURCH will host its annual Fall Fun Fest on Wednesday, Oct. 29 at 2424 Henderson Blvd. Food Court will be open from 6 to 7:30 p.m More...

Lifestyles

CARVING out a niche

“Halloween is my favorite time of the year,” Kilgore College Food Service Director Gary Crouch said. The KC Food Service department brings a little Halloween flair to the Ranger Café each year. More...

After-school club will hire two 'academic coaches'

A federal grant means Kilgore’s Boys & Girls Club will soon be able to hire two part-time tutors focused on helping improve at-risk students’ grades. More...

CHITCHAT CORNER

Whistle while you work

“THOUGH SUMMER still lingers in the last of vegetables in the garden, cooler air pushes down from the north and with it the subtle changes that color sumac and woodbine with brilliant reds,” wrote Joyce Sequichie Hifler in A Cherokee Feas More...

Sports

Chapel Hill holds off Kilgore

One team, one heartbeat. More...

Bulldogs repeat as cross-country district champions

To regionals next weekend; Jordan, Chavez going, as well

Winning championships and taking trips to regionals are becoming the norm for the Kilgore High School crosscountry team – even after being hit heavily by graduation. More...

Cardinals back on track with victory at Quitman

QUITMAN – After a heartbreaking loss at home last week to White Oak, the Sabine Cardinals traveled here Friday night to take on the winless Quitman Bulldogs. More...

For The Record

KPD ARREST REPORTS

The Kilgore Police Department reported the following arrests between Oct. 17 and Oct. 24. OCT. 17 Edith Irwin Campbell, 51, of Holly Lake Ranch, was arrested on a charge of criminal trespass. Ruben R. More...

Five vie for three spots on Sabine ISD board

Two out of three races for spots on the Sabine ISD School Board are contested this election season – there’s no single issue or beef, the new contenders say, just a common desire to serve.“I’ve been motivated to run for years, just finally decided to More...

Rusk Co. Grand Jury indicts suspect in attack on firefighters

Accused of threatening local emergency personnel with an assault rifle, Kenny Wayne Davlin has been in Rusk County Jail since Aug. More...

Quiet zone question set for council decision

Kilgore City Council members know how they’d fund a proposed downtown quiet zone, but they haven’t given the official green light for the improvements necessary to silence trains’ horns as they pass through the Main Street District. More...

KILGOROUND

WE CAN THINK OF no tragedy that equals the death of a child. More...

Local

Kilgore veterans group installs new memorials for those Killed In Action

When locals gather for this year’s Veterans Day ceremony at Kilgore’s war veterans monument, they’ll be flanked by new memorials honoring hometown men who died in the line of duty. More...

Helping Hands contributors rebuild budget

A month later and more than $45,000 in the black, Helping Hands is reaping a belated but bountiful harvest. More...

Tourism tax board pares down allocations

Only a handful of funding requests squeezed through the newlytightened purse-strings of the Hotel Occupancy Tax Advisory Board Tuesday night, and all but one are significantly slimmer as they await city council members’ consideration next week. More...

Advice & Entertainment

FINANCIAL FOCUS

Avoid these scary investment moves

Whether you have young children or not, you’re probably well aware that Halloween is almost here. More...

MINISTER'S MOMENT

A righteous Reformation

Religious and non-religious people are equally likely to behave and misbehave, or so says a controversial new study published last month in the journal Science. More...

HOROSCOPE

FORECAST FOR SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26

ARIES (March 21-April 19) HHHH You finally could choose to take action regarding a longstanding problem. Others naturally will respond positively to your ideas. More...

Obituaries

TRAVIS WAYNE CREWS

Services for Travis Wayne Crews, 62, of Kilgore, were held on Friday, October 24, at the First Presbyterian Church with the Reverend Scott Nowack officiating. Interment followed in the Hickory Grove Cemetery. More...

GARY LON POOL

Services are pending for Gary Lon Pool, 62, of Kilgore with Rader Funeral Home in Kilgore. Mr. Pool passed away Friday, October 24, 2014, in Longview. Please leave online condolences at www.raderfuneralhome.com More...

JIM WILSON

Jim "Bo" Wilson, 61, of Hampton, AR, died Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at Overton Brooks VA Medical Center in Shreveport, LA. He was born July 01, 1953 to Floyd Herman Wilson and Jimmy Sue Allen Toney in El Dorado, AR. More...

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