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Sabine ISD’s Cardinal Pride Patrol made its rounds for the first time Wednesday, surprising teachers in their classrooms with $39,613.61 in total grants for innovative teaching. “Armed with … more
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar today said state sales tax revenue totaled $2.7 billion in April, 13.4 percent more than in April 2017. “April state sales tax collections grew significantly across … more
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar today reminded Texans about the temporary tax amnesty program giving certain delinquent taxpayers a chance to make their accounts compliant with state tax law without … more
Kilgore College Golden Z Club members and volunteers – Tori Miller, Chistina Wiley, Clay Wiley, Raven Wiley and advisor Rene Wiley – help Kilgore Improvement & Beautification Association's Wanda … more
Classic cars line Kilgore City Park Saturday during Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 987's annual car show, where Elvis tribute artist Josh Davis entertained guests in the midst of the showcase … more
A Kilgore Middle School student was swiftly removed from campus Wednesday after school officials were alerted the child had an unloaded gun. more
Three local civic leaders will join Kilgore ministers during Thursday’s National Day of Prayer Observance at Kilgore City Park. The theme for this year’s noon event May 3 is “Unity: Bringing … more
More than 800 pounds of crawfish went quickly Friday night as the Kilgore ISD Education Foundation welcomed supporters to South Kilgore Street and the Texan Theater. The final tally is being … more
“Texas is on a course to overtake Saudi Arabia in 2019 to become the world’s largest exporter of oil and petroleum products.” At 8.3 million barrels a day, Drew Darby says, it’s surpassing … more
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