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Kilgore ISD trustees gave the go-ahead Monday to Champion EMS’ plans for a new ambulance substation on school district property. At a regular board meeting, Champion EMS Chief Operations Officer … more
Kilgore College is taking a major step towards streamlining their degree plans and expediting students toward their goals of degrees and credentials by eliminating many developmental courses from their catalog. KC President Dr. Brenda Kays said Tuesday the college is easing the coursework burden on students by retooling courses so students can focus on skills more relevant to their chosen course of study. more
The 2018 Kilgore College Rangerette Revels were more than just a dazzling dance display, they also directly benefited the city of Kilgore. People traveled from across the country to attend the annual … more
Almost seven years after a discharge at the City of Kilgore Wastewater Treatment Plant drew the ire of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, local officials this week approved a new … more
Kilgore Police Department is getting the word out even earlier this year: Kilgore Night Out is back the first Tuesday in October, and homeowners are invited to take the lead in planning local … more
WEDNESDAY KILGORE SENIOR CITIZENS club meets the second and fourth Wednesday of each month in the Lions Club Building at 307 Rusk St. All seniors 55 or older are eligible for … more
China’s ‘National Sword’ continues to bleed the recycling industry in the United States – it’s a struggle, but River Recycling’s Jeff Craine considers himself fortunate amid the … more
The City of Kilgore’s been tackling water projects for the past several years while also refining plans for major work in the future – those are ever-closer to fruition as City Hall prepares to issue bonds totaling almost $6 million for a variety of work. more
In a new, off-season special, First Presbyterian Church's East Texas Pipe Organ Festival will host a three-feature silent film festival May 31 through June 2 with a finale recital Sunday, June … more
Comics and cosplay, Legos and LARPers, Pokemon and spray paint, music, Magic and a little bit of mayhem: there’s a week to go until Geekend 2018’s full schedule of events downtown on South … more
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