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Filmmakers from across the world are preparing to visit Kilgore for the Reel East Texas Film Festival opening Nov. 16 at the Texan Theater, For Kilgore native Andy Jarrell, it will be a … more
It was a long night for the players in Beta Gamma Psi’s 10th annual poker tournament Saturday: the competition continued well past midnight, until Colton Shipp raked in the win about 1:30 a.m. … more
Kilgore Historical Preservation Foundation’s annual Spring plant sale netted $2,642 Saturday for ongoing renovations at the historic Dean-Keener-Crim Home. It’s the third time volunteers have … more
Blonde-haired and blue-eyed, Gillian Kamata didn’t travel to Japan to land a job in the modeling business, but the Kilgore High School graduate discovered a niche that’s spawned a slew of … more
Since hearing a recording of First Presbyterian Church’s Aeolian-Skinner, Opus 1173 pipe organ as a college student, Jim Hejduk has made the East Texas Pipe Organ Festival an annual trip. “My … more
Let the good times float. There will be trophies on the line Saturday for the top boats in the Sandbar’s Floating Mardi Gras Parade on the Sabine River. Hosted by the riverfront bar at 1798 … more
Press Release Future college students will have the opportunity to experience a taste of campus life during a free, action-packed open-house Saturday, March 24, at Stephen F. Austin State … more
The Kilgore Police Department reported the following arrests between Sept. 29 and Oct. 6.   FRIDAY, SEPT. 29 Corey Scott Walker, 27, of Henderson, was arrested on a charge of evading … more
Each year, the men and women keeping the memory of the Gaston School alive invite local middle schoolers to peek back in time at the oilboom. Amidst all the history, docent Stephanie O’Steen … more
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