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When folks in Kilgore want burgers, beer and the best of live music, there’s only one place to go: The Back Porch. The popularity of the restaurant is one reason owners Jackie and Vicki Clayton … more
The clock is ticking for people still not registered to vote in the March 6 primary election. The deadline to register is Feb. 5. Any changes to registrations, whether to a name or address, must … more
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar today said state sales tax revenue totaled $2.4 billion in March, 7.2 percent more than in March 2017. “Sales tax revenue rose for almost all major economic … more
The campus of Kilgore High School is getting a major makeover this summer. New programs will come along with new safety features and remodeling. At the monthly KISD board meeting Monday, board … more
No members of the public came forward to comment on the proposed Gregg County tax rate at a commissioner’s court meeting Monday morning, according to Gregg County Judge Bill Stoudt. The court … more
Profitability, growth and sustainability are the name of the game if you want to become Kilgore's Industry of the Year. Pak-Sher has all that and more, according to the Kilgore Chamber of … more
KC Press Release Kilgore College has named 576 students to its fall 2017 president’s and dean’s lists. Students earning a perfect 4.0 grade point average and enrolled in at least 12 credit … more
Bobby Beane remembers playing on Kilgore's ballfields when he was 13 years-old. Gazing out over the city's new baseball complex on South Kilgore Street Saturday morning, “I look around here and … more
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