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The KISD school board wrapped up several issues and announced plans for the future at their Monday board meeting. Trustees also addressed recent ratings the district received from the Texas Education … more
The perennial crop of political signage is springing up throughout town, and it’s Kilgore Code Enforcement Officer Justin Windham who’s tasked with keeping an eye on where they’re taking … more
Longtime East Texas writer and commentator Gary B. Borders will hold a book signing Saturday for his latest work, “Yours Faithfully, J.A.: The Life and Writings of H.B. Fox, the Circleville … more
Kilgore College Workforce Development has several openings for qualified displaced workers to take advantage of tuition-free HR Specialist Certificate classes beginning Sept. 4. The free classes … more
Newly-installed Gregg County District Clerk Trey Hattaway and his staff in the Longview courthouse are making key modifications to procedures for local jurors. First, Hattaway said this week, the start time will be a half-hour earlier, at 8:30 a.m. instead of 9 a.m. more
This is part two in a a series about home winterizing. Follow these steps in preparation for cold weather: Service Weather-Specific Equipment more
“You’re not only working with what you have right now, but you have a good plan for what your future’s going to be.” Kilgore ISD Superintendent Andy Baker is still the “new kid on the block.” As of Kilgore Chamber of Commerce’s ‘state of the community’ luncheon Thursday, Baker’s been on job here 13 days. From his fresh perspective on Kilgore, he’s encouraged, for the city’s present and its future. more
Kilgore Acrobatic Gymnastics will host a compulsory mini-clinic for Levels 2-7 today at the gym on Hwy. 42 near FM1252. According to coach Krystal Davis, “We have gymnasts from Texas and Louisian as well as four clinicians in addition to (Head Coach Ada Fahrenholt) and myself.” more
It began with an argument, escalated into a fight and ended with one man grabbing a splitting maul from his truck Wednesday night. Overton resident John David Peery was booked into Gregg County Jail Thursday and released the same day on $5,000 on a charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after the 50-year-old allegedly grabbed a tool during an altercation Jan. 23. more
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