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Simple preparation may be the key to a delicious New Year's meal and eating some traditional festive favorites could be a path to a prosperous 2019. In a few days' time, many in Kilgore and throughout the South will dine on dishes symbolizing prosperity and good fortune in the year to come. Ingredients can vary by region but black-eyed peas, cornbread and cabbage are some of the most common to be found. more
Bad news first: The federal office tasked with reviewing foreign-trade zone applications is shuttered during the ongoing government shutdown. Good news, though: Once things get up-and-running like they’re supposed to, Evolution Outdoor Design has a green light from all local taxing entities to apply for Kilgore subzone in Synergy Park. more
One of the first events of 2019 in Kilgore will be for a good cause: the Texas Two Step annual fundraiser is hosting “Two to Tango”, a night of dancing, live music and fun benefiting Rusk County Boys and Girls Club and Fuller Center for Housing. more
Main Street Flowers & More is not closing for business but two services they offer will no longer be available after December’s end. more
Melissa Riley, 28, is recovering well following a horrifying bicycle-versus-big rig incident last week. more
Kilgore ISD’s new superintendent, Dr. Andy Baker, will be making the rounds on campus and in the community early next month. Officially hired by KISD trustees Dec. 21, Baker will be moving throughout the district the first day of the spring semester, Jan. 7, a teacher workday – students return Tuesday, Jan. 8. more
The wet weather made for a couple of slow days at local fireworks stands, but the seasonal employees aren’t worried – during winter it’s the final crunch before New Year’s festivities that really brings customer traffic. more
Fifteen years of service by Barbara Watson to McMillan Memorial Library in Overton will officially close Tuesday as Watson retires as assistant manager. All that dedication to filing, checking-out and checking-in, categorizing, assisting library customers and – of course – taking care of best-selling hardbounds and paperbacks as well as classic works, books on cassettes and CDs, large print books; area newspapers, magazines, periodicals, videos, DVDs, and public internet access will be local history as Watson quietly steps down. more
Kilgore Rotarians’ first community blood drive of 2019 is set from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 19, in the Pilgrim Lutheran Church Parish Hall. “Holidays generally leave blood supplies reduced,” according to the Rev. Jayson Galler, “which makes drives following holidays more important for replenishing the supplies.” more
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