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“Sound bites are easy. Sound policy is hard.” For Rep. Travis Clardy, that’s the job he and his fellow lawmakers were elected to do, crafting sound policy in Austin for the whole of … more
Neither David nor Dorothy Mount had ever worked in, operated or owned a restaurant before opening Maw and Paw’s Kountry Kitchen, but they saw the need in the community. “We felt like Kilgore … more
By Monday evening, Kilgore ISD could be the newest District of Innovation in Texas. After beginning the process with a public hearing in January, the district has progressed forward to pursue a … more
For the second month in a row, the City of Kilgore’s sales tax allocation from the state gained on last year’s numbers – just a few points, perhaps, but it’s a far sight better than the … more
The Texas Museum of Broadcasting & Communications will host a ‘Ham Radio & Electronics Tailgate Swap Meet’ from 6 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the 416 E. Main St. attraction. The Longview East … more
“Fireworks have been around for years and you always stop to watch them, no matter where you’re at,” says fireworks stand employee Michael Webber. Michael Webber runs a stand with a few … more
If it were up to Lt. Tony Stone, there would be a National Night Out block party in walking distance of every home in Kilgore. The Kilgore Police Department support operations lieutenant is doing … more
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