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The Comptroller’s office examines the inner workings of Texas’ public pension programs and reports on the current outlook for their long-term viability in the February edition of Fiscal Notes, released today. Many state and local governments across the country are struggling with growing pension costs and liabilities, and Texas governments are no exception. more
For the past seven years, a steady stream of firefighters have been cutting their teeth at Kilgore Fire Department then moving on to new jobs elsewhere. In an effort to entice them to stay, and to draw more KFD personnel within the city limits, Kilgore City Council members approved a new $150-per-month incentive last week for those employees who reside inside Kilgore. more
The City of Kilgore's monthly siren test has been rescheduled to Wednesday, June 27, weather permitting – the emergency warning system is not tested during inclement weather. more
SATURDAY Highland Park Baptist Church is hosting its fall festival tonight from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. at the Riley Pippen Family Life Center, on the church grounds. All ages are welcome. Games will … more
Kilgore Police Department reported the following arrests Feb. 15-22. FRIDAY, FEB. 15 Teresa Males Randolph, 49, of Longview, was arrested on a local warrant. more
Gregg County Sheriff Maxey Cerliano (center) presents Kilgore Police Department's Trevor Gesik with the East Texas Peace Officer Association's 2017-2018 Outstanding Peace Officer Award Tuesday … more
“Music is my art, my religion, my passion...” So begins “A Credo”, written by East Texas native Ann Frances Heiligman Saslav. An internationally acclaimed musician, a beloved teacher and a fixture of the community whether at home in Overton or elsewhere, Saslav is said to have never met a stranger. more
Dr. Billy Snow speaks to the administrators and principals of Kilgore ISD at the Region 7 Education Service Center Thursday. Snow, who is known for turning around under-performing campuses, delivered … more
It’s been almost four years since a seven-figure sales tax allocation arrived in the City of Kilgore, but August’s revenue from the state comptroller’s office broke the drought Wednesday with a … more
Elizabeth Leak and Austin Ingalls of Hallsville announce the birth of their son and first child, Cameron Douglas Ingalls. Cameron was born October 18, 2018 at 11:47 a.m., Good Shepherd Hospital in … more
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