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A pair of young acro-gymnasts in Kilgore have set their sights on the highest possible podiums, with years of practice ahead of them. Kilgore Acro Flyers Trent Wolf and Landon Davis joined five … more
Saturday marks the fifth annual Red & Black Ball hosted by the Kilgore Legacy Foundation – time passes quickly, Will Vinson says, underscoring the need to support future generations now and educate … more
Sabine High School powerlifting standout Erika Lowry is about to represent her athletic department on the highest stage of the sport, in the state. Lowry is headed to the powerlifting state meet … more
In the past decade, the Lone Star Lug Nuts have raised tens of thousands of dollars to help provide a special home away from home for young burn victims, and the East Texas auto enthusiasts hope to … more
Saturday’s quarterly blood drive collected 11 units from nine donors – two of the visitors to the mobile unit parked at Pilgrim Lutheran Church gave ‘double reds’ through the Blood Center of … more
Kilgore’s upcoming Geekend is taking on a life of its own. According to 2017’s lead organizer, Ricky Custer, planning for the one-day event quickly surpassed his expectations, and he’s … more
There will be a community car wash May 20 benefiting Kilgore High School student Jay Cox and his family after the sophomore suffered severe injuries in a recent wreck. The teen remains in … more
Tom Brown and Kelcy Warren were honored by Kilgore College during Friday evening’s graduation ceremonies for their work in the community and with KC. Brown received the Blue Ribbon Medal of … more
TAMU Release Many of us celebrate our nation’s Independence Day by barbecuing and relaxing with loved ones. When the sun goes down, it is a tradition to gather together to admire and enjoy the … more
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