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Laird legacy lives on in new center

Throughout months of renovations in Laird Memorial Hospital, the remodel drew an audience. More...

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FORECAST FOR WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1

HOROSCOPE

ARIES (March 21-April 19) HHHH Take one of the whimsical ideas you have been toying with and start manifesting it. You could experience the gamut of emotions, from being misunderstood to feeling a sense of true mental mutuality. More...

Not all male nightime urination is due to large prostate enlargement

TO YOUR GOOD HEALTH

DEAR DR. ROACH: I have had nocturia for at least four years. As an example, during a recent, typical night I had my sleep interrupted five times. The measured urination volume averaged 22 ounces per time. More...

Sports

Kilgore drops non-conference matchups, visits Spring Hill Thursday

Kilgore High School’s tennis team played a couple of non-district opponents last weekend, and although the Bulldogs didn’t do well, coach Jason Maroney is hoping it will be a learning experience going into the final stretch of district pl More...

Rangers stun Navarro on game's final play!

Ranked 13th in new poll; will host Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Saturday for homecoming

It wasn’t a Hail Mary, but it certainly worked. And it might just have been the most important win in recent Kilgore College football history. More...

DPS: Select driver license offices open Saturdays to issue election identification certificates

Certificates also available at mobile stations, select county locations

AUSTIN – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS), in advance of the upcoming November election, will be offering Saturday hours at select driver license offices to issue Election Identification Certificates (EIC) only beginning Oct. More...

Flow flaw prompts flood of concerns

If your water bill says you used 90,000 gallons lo of water the past six weeks, odds are you uused about 50,000. Either way, check with City Hall. More...

Kilgore College enrollment stabilizes to ‘good size’

Student body of 5,772 is 1.6 percent less than Fall 2013

Enrollment at Kilgore College – now at 5,772 – is down 1.6 percent from last fall. More...

KILGOROUND

GENERAL DYNAMICS C4 Systems, which used to be General Dynamics Satcom, which used to be General Dynamics/ Vertex, which used to be Vertex, has a new name. More...

Local

The Hall Monitor

The end of the first six weeks of school is quickly approaching, and there is a flurry of activity as students get everything finished up. Here’s the good news: Monday, October 6th is a Staff Development day. More...

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City of Kilgore personnel are still taking name suggestions for the city's planned pet park – e-mail submissions to cwindham@cityofkilgore.com no later than 5 p.m. today. More...

Circus descends on Maude Laird campus Sunday

Culpepper & Merriweather Great Combined Circus will bring the big top to Maude Laird Middle School for a one-day event. More...

Obituaries

KENNETH WAYNE ROBERTSON

Kenneth Wayne Robertson passed away at Garden Terrace in Overland, Kan., Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014. Kenneth is the son of Msgt. and Mrs. Orvil Robertson Sr. of Kilgore. A memorial service for him will be 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. More...

MARY LAHAIE

Mary Lahaie of Kilgore went to be with her Lord on Sunday, September 21, 2014. She was 93 years young. More...

JANE BROWN ROZELL

Jane Brown Rozell, 75, of Chandler, passed away on September 26, 2014 in Tyler. Jane, a retired manager for a video rental store, was born on October 2, 1938 in Lufkin. She attended school in Leverett’s Chapel. More...













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