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Some Liberty City residents say local water is leaving a bad taste in their mouths. Tim Fulgham, operations manager for Liberty City Water Supply Corporation, said a temporary disinfectant … more
Players, coaches, parents, future-parents: anyone with a stake in Kilgore softball and soccer has a seat waiting for them Nov. 14. The City of Kilgore – working with Kilgore Soccer Association … more
In Fall 2017, it was “au revoir” – “Goodbye until we meet again.” Come Dec. 2, it’ll be “Welcome Home” for the guardsmen of Kilgore’s Bravo Company. The 3rd Battalion of the … more
Kilgore schools will honor those who served in the U.S. armed forces with special events for Veterans Day. Kilgore Middle School will host their annual Veteran’s Day Assembly Friday, Nov. 9 at 9 … more
By LUCAS STROUGH news2@kilgorenewsherald.com A rodeo took place on Friday but most of the action occurred 40 feet above the ground. The Kilgore College Electric Power Technology fall class … more
Lt. Col. Dale Sistrunk helmed Louisiana Tech’s Department of Professional Aviation for more than two decades. In those 22 years, the Carthage native – and, today, Kilgore resident – … more
Friday, Nov. 2, marks the close of early voting in the 2018 midterm elections and Election Day is fast approaching. If you’re registered to vote in Texas but didn’t cast a ballot during the … more
Press Release Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar today said state sales tax revenue totaled $2.6 billion in October, 7.3 percent more than in October 2017. “Growth in state sales tax revenue … more
A weekly article that will offer information concerning the Kilgore Fire Department and provide safety tips for home and family.In a recent study there were an estimated annual 90,000 … more
B.J. Owen hesitates to use the word ‘feral’ – the cats that roam Kilgore’s streets, neighborhoods and wooded areas aren’t necessarily wild, but they’re not domesticated … more
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