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Recently, Rusk County 4-H’ers participated in the East Texas State Fair-Academic Rodeo-Agriculture Identification Contest at the fairgrounds in Tyler, Texas. The Academic Rodeo is a collection … more
“Recycling” was the emphasis of Civic Garden Club’s January meeting.  Hostesses Martha Clark, Roberta Boggs, and Louise Raby provided the refreshments, using “treasured” plates and serving … more
Texans have until Feb. 5 to register to vote in the March primary elections. The primary election is scheduled for March 6 with early voting beginning Feb. 20 and continuing until March 2. In … more
The filing period for the Kilgore City Council’s Spring 2018 election opened Wednesday with three posts on the ballot in May. Places 1, 3 and 4 are up this cycle, and all three incumbents say … more
After just over an inch of snow fell on Kilgore Tuesday, the low temperature Wednesday morning broke records dipping down into the single digits. The National Weather Service office in Shreveport … more
Ice coated Kilgore roads Tuesday and part of Wednesday – that layer of ice was enough to send more than a dozen cars sliding off roads, leaving them stuck on the slippery surfaces. Kilgore … more
Kilgore Police have identified a potential motive and added a cell phone and cell phone account to its investigation into the New Year's Eve murder of Tracy Lynn Reedy. In a search warrant … more
Longview Running Club revived a decades-old race in 2017 and will stage the competition again next month. There will be a slight modification to this year’s route, organizers say: with about 320 … more
After hosting Kilgore’s second annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration Monday, the Texan Theater’s doors will be open for the fourth consecutive month when Reel East Texas Film Festival … more
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