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At Tuesday’s city council meeting, the council members passed a consent agenda which will lead to lower SWEPCO utility rates for Kilgore residents. The agenda contained Resolution No. 18-18, … more
Kilgore is gaining recognition for more than just the Rangerettes and East Texas Oil Museum. City Tourism Manager Ryan Polk delivered a presentation on the state of tourism, events and marketing … more
Next Saturday marks the start of the sixth year of Kilgore Rotary Club’s quarterly blood drives. Co-sponsored with Pilgrim Lutheran Church, the collections have netted more than 275 units of … more
Gregg County Jail trustees demolish the balcony of the Texan Theater Thursday afternoon. The City of Kilgore has engaged Tyler's Butler Architectural Group to help develop plans for the next phase of … more
A major expansion is the works for Arbor Grace of Kilgore, but there’s still a ways to go. The skilled nursing rehabilitation facility has been operating for more than 55 years between different … more
By LUCAS STROUGH news2@kilgorenewsherald.com The East Texas Council of Governments is launching a new housing program this week to help East Texans affected by a series of tornadoes in April … more
An aggravated robbery on Bean Avenue Thursday night spurred Kilgore Police Department to broadcast a CodeRED alert to nearby homeowners, warning them the suspect could still be in the area. In a … more
Time is running out for Gregg and Rusk County citizens to register to vote. The last day for voter registration is Tuesday, October 9 for elections occurring on Tuesday, November 6. Texans who … more
Kilgore City Manager Josh Selleck is negotiating the City of Kilgore’s purchase of the King Mobile Home Park, which has featured in numerous ‘executive session’ discussions at council meetings … more
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