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Kilgore Police have cleared an alert from earlier this evening after a robbery on Bean Avenue and ask residents to report any suspicious activity to emergency dispatchers. more
Area schools will host a “See You At The Pole” event Wednesday, September 26 before the beginning of the school day. more
All Kilgore ISD campuses will release a half-hour early and buses will run 30 minutes ahead of schedule Friday – the vehicles and drivers are needed later in the day for a football game in Texarkana. more
Kilgore College shuffled its staff this week and reorganized campus organizations and facilities. Among them, the oil museum has – at least temporarily – reduced hours and the swimming pool will be permanently closed. more
There are a handful of activities on tap this weekend – from practical to prayerful – to give Kilgore students one last boost before they head back to school Monday. Submit additional events ASAP to news1@kilgorenewsherald.com. more
It’s been almost four years since a seven-figure sales tax check arrived in the City of Kilgore, but August’s revenue from the state comptroller’s office broke the drought Wednesday with a $1,187,374.76 check. more
A Kilgore High School senior died late Sunday night in a wreck in Henderson, leaving many here in mourning and asking ‘Why?’ after the youth reportedly led police on a high-speed chase before his death. more
Cara Cooke, superintendent of Kilgore schools for five years, has accepted a position as interim superintendent at Aransas Pass ISD. more
By JAMES DRAPER news1@kilgorenewsherald.com A man was killed by a passing train shortly after 5 p.m. Sunday as he walked along the railroad tracks in Kilgore. The locomotive’s conductor … more
He had his Kilgore City Council cards, his personal cards and his “Barr None” campaign cards: each one had his phone number and Neil Barr was quick to point it out. “Whatever they want to … more
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