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Look to their eyes, Karen Childress says. The house director at Rahab’s Retreat has seen firsthand the change in the women that arrive at the shelter: time and love erase the dullness in their … more
Students across the country are planning to take to the streets Saturday. Alongside family members and supporters, they’ll “March for Our Lives” to spotlight gun violence amid a rash of … more
Longtime East Texas writer and commentator Gary B. Borders will hold a book signing Saturday for his latest work, “Yours Faithfully, J.A.: The Life and Writings of H.B. Fox, the Circleville … more
Kilgore Fire Marshal Brandon Bigos passed on a handful of Fourth of July fireworks safety tips earlier this week: • Discharging fireworks inside city limits is illegal, KPD and KFD will be … more
Kilgore's Texas Shakespeare Festival is once again hosting a group of young thespians visiting from China, and they'll take the Van Cliburn Auditorium Stage tonight for an admission-free performance of an original production. more
“Sound bites are easy. Sound policy is hard.” For Rep. Travis Clardy, that’s the job he and his fellow lawmakers were elected to do, crafting sound policy in Austin for the whole of … more
Neither David nor Dorothy Mount had ever worked in, operated or owned a restaurant before opening Maw and Paw’s Kountry Kitchen, but they saw the need in the community. “We felt like Kilgore … more
Filmmakers from across the world are preparing to visit Kilgore for the Reel East Texas Film Festival opening Nov. 16 at the Texan Theater, For Kilgore native Andy Jarrell, it will be a … more
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