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A local man charged with two counts of indecency with a child will face prison time and a lifetime as a registered sex offender. Roy Lynn Avance, 62, of Kilgore, was indicted on the two charges on … more
Flora Mae Johnson’s National Night Out always began the morning of. “She’d start sitting out in her chair, at lunchtime if it wasn’t too hot, and she’d just wait for us to get off … more
The space between the 1692 Salem Witch Trials and 2017 seems wide, but there are still lessons to be learned from the stories in Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible.” Theater students at Kilgore … more
Kilgore’s dogs, cats, birds, reptiles and other pets might have the morning off on Oct. 3, the yearly feast day of St. Francis of Assisi, but St. Paul’s Episcopal Church will hold its … more
The Kilgore City Council’s debate about new rules to regulate chickens in the city limits had some residents crying fowl Tuesday night. As far as which came first – the chicken or the … more
For a moment, Mary Ramos said, picture what Kilgore would look like if not for the United Fund and the charities that benefit from its fundraising efforts every year. There would be more hungry … more
Come Dec. 16, Sgt. David Applewhite and his Civil Air Patrol will speak the names of local veterans as they place wreaths upon their graves in Kilgore cemeteries. Those names will be familiar to … more
When the Southwest Transplant Alliance was asked to submit a name to represent their organization at the Lone Star Circle of Life, one name popped into their mind: Sam Watkins. Choosing Sam was … more
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