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When Shadarria Tennison first started going to the Kilgore facility after-school, she was grieving, angry. “My grandmother was my best friend. She loved everyone and no one was a stranger,” Tennison told Kilgore Rotarians last month. “She died when I was 9. It was very hard for me. Me, trying to understand that she was gone. I felt like someone took something away from me I thought was going to be there forever.” more
Kilgore Intermediate School students will soon get a chance to learn about science while having fun along with their parents at the KIS STEM Academic Carnival Tuesday, March 26, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) subjects are an important part of the curriculum and the carnival will introduce students to these topics in a fun way. more
Rain was pouring on Tyler St. in Longview but inside the World of Wonders interactive children’s museum, the atmosphere was bright and exciting on Tuesday morning as a group of children from across … more
A weekly article that will offer information concerning the Kilgore Fire Department and provide safety tips for home and family.More than 90,000 people each year receive emergency room treatment from … more
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
“Most people get evicted because of a lack of communication.” As constable for Gregg County Precinct 3, Daniel Morgan spends about 75 percent of his time handling such cases. Keep the lines of … more
Three Kilgore High School students have qualified for state-level competition in April based on the quality of artworks they created. The students are sophomore Sophia Villarreal, who entered a drawing of her dog Lizzy, junior Anushka Pradhan, who entered a mixed media painting of the Fine Arts Palace in San Francisco and junior Chelsey Womack, who entered a drawing of her cat Scotch. more
If someone contacts you with threats to disconnect electric service unless you make immediate payment – typically using a prepaid card or another non-traceable form of payment – be alert that you are likely the target of a scam. Southwestern Electric Power Co. (SWEPCO) continues to receive reports that involve criminals posing as SWEPCO representatives contacting customers and demanding immediate payment. They use phone, in-person and online tactics. more
Liberty City-area residents will get a chance to vote on a sales tax rate increase this fall. A unanimous vote to put the measure on the ballot was recorded at a meeting of the Gregg County Emergency Services District No. 2 board on Tuesday. Held in the auditorium of Sabine High School, the meeting allowed members of the public to comment on the proposed measure, which would add 1.5 cents to the sales tax rate within ESD No. 2. more
The Texas Shakespeare Festival Guild is thanking its members by giving them a look behind the scenes of the festival Sunday. Members will be treated to a 3 p.m. backstage tour of the theater and … more
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