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Over a span of three-plus years, John Bolton flew – literally – through many hurricanes and tropical storms. The Kilgore resident served as a radioman in the United States Navy Hurricane … more
The doors to the Texas Broadcasting Museum had only been open a couple of months last year when the venue was tapped to host the 2017 inductions for the Texas Radio Hall of Fame. Apparently, it … more
Why did the chicken cross the road? To get to an agricultural zoning district. During their upcoming session Tuesday night, Kilgore City Council members will revisit an issue raised during their … more
The city’s new splash pad is open for business – unofficially, at least. The water’s flowing, and Kilgore City Manager Josh Selleck is as ready as anyone to see children and adults enjoying … more
Tracking dogs and helicopters, night vision and thermal scopes, the peal of the Kilgore High School spirit bell – they were all pressed into service to find Christopher “Bubba T” … more
Featuring excerpts from “The Gardener’s Beatitudes,” the chosen theme for Civic Garden Club’s new year is “A Blessed Year.”  September’s beatitude was “Blessed is the club which … more
Tracking dogs and helicopters, night vision and thermal scopes, the peal of the Kilgore High School spirit bell – they were all pressed into service to find Christopher “Bubba T” Terry. more
The World Famous Kilgore College Rangerettes performed yesterday along with 1,000 student musicians on the pier of the USS Battleship Missouri Memorial as part of the 75th Anniversary Mass Band Performance. more
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