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“Very close to the highest-ever.” Just $5,000 more, and the City of Kilgore’s November sales tax check would have been a record-breaker. According to Kilgore City Manager Josh Selleck, … more
Midterm election results are in for Gregg and Rusk counties and voters cast ballots in high numbers for a non-presidential election. Republican Pat McCrory, Kilgore Lions Club member and owner of … more
“If you have to leave a situation in an emergency, in the case of domestic violence, these women are leaving with nothing but their kids, the clothes on their backs and maybe the kids’ birth … more
Sunday marks the 100th anniversary of the signing of the armistice between the allies of World War I and Germany on Nov. 11, 1918. A little more than six months later, in June 1919, Sgt. Frank … more
Come Tuesday, council members are set for their second vote related to the city’s looming purchase of the King Mobile Home Park. Among the agenda items on the elected officials’ … more
A weekly article that will offer information concerning the Kilgore Fire Department and provide safety tips.The Insurance Services Office (ISO) collects and evaluates information from communities on … more
KISD board trustees are another step closer to choosing a new superintendent. At Monday’s special board meeting, trustees met with Joe Dan Lee, Region 7 representative for Texas Association of … more
KISD is toughening security at the high school campus with a proposal to control access to the campus. After meeting behind closed doors to discuss the proposal at a special board meeting Monday, … more
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