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Last Friday, the Texas State Board of Education held a preliminary vote to remove notable historical figures including Hillary Clinton and Helen Keller from history and social studies lessons in the … more
MONDAY The Alzheimer's Support Group meets the second Monday of the month at 1 p.m. at Arabella of Kilgore, 2103 Chandler St. TUESDAY McCary’s Chapel United Methodist Church food pantry is … more
All Kilgore ISD campuses will release a half-hour early and buses will run 30 minutes ahead of schedule Friday – the vehicles and drivers are needed later in the day for a football game in Texarkana. more
Part of being a good pet owner is looking out for the well-being of your pets. This includes spaying or neutering them to give them the best life possible. Dr. Koren Hellerich at North Creek … more
If dogs are man’s best friend, why are so many of them victims of homelessness, hunger and abandonment? BJ Owen, director of special services for the City of Kilgore, is also in charge of … more
Kilgore College’s Randolph C. Watson Library staff will host its seventh “A Day in the Life” seminar featuring Lt. Shane McCarter with the Longview Police Department. The seminar is set for … more
With motor vehicle crashes still a leading cause of death among children, the Texas Department of Transportation is joining safety advocates statewide to remind parents of the importance of always … more
Kilgore Garden Club’s first meeting of the new year was held in the home of Joy Tate on Sept. 6. Refreshments served were plantation punch, an assortment of cookies, cake and fruit. The meeting … more
The Kilgore Woman’s Club met in the Fellowship Hall at First Presbyterian Church at 11 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 13. Tables were decorated with beautiful yellow mums. After a time of visitation, … more
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