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Kilgore College journalism students brought home 21 awards during the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association (TIPA) annual competition and convention March 13-16 at the Omni Corpus Christi Hotel. more
The Kilgore College Commercial Driving Academy is now enrolling students for two upcoming classes – a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) Permit class beginning April 2, and a CDL Class “A” Training Program beginning April 9. Grants and Veterans Affairs (VA) payment benefits are available for qualified applicants to cover the costs of the classes. more
On Monday, Kilgore’s emergency management coordinators began their detailed study to property damage following Thursday’s vicious early morning storm. Kilgore PD Sgt. Terry Linder and Kilgore FD’s Michael Stanley will be reaching out to homeowners to get detailed estimates on which houses are salvageable and which ones aren’t, says Kilgore City Manager Josh Selleck. more
The fact that no serious injuries were sustained after last week’s severe storm is being called a miracle. Kilgore Police Department Victim Services Coordinator Jonathan Latham visited dozens of people affected by the storm and saw firsthand the extent of the destruction caused by straight-line winds which struck Kilgore at about 3 a.m. last Thursday. more
Months of hard work may finally pay off for Kilgore students at this week’s FFA Project Show and Sale. Set for Friday, March 22 and Saturday, March 23, the event will give students a chance to show off the animals they have raised and the projects they have constructed for judges and for potential customers. more
As ‘Sam’s Law’ makes it way through the Texas Capitol, locals here are casting a line to raise more funds for the scholarship in honor of the Kilgore High School student. Samantha Watkins died in December 2016 followed a sudden seizure. Family, friends, classmates and other supporters have kept her memory and legacy alive through events like “I Play for Sam” and in legislation sponsored by Rep. Travis Clardy and Sen. Bryan Hughes, under consideration now in Austin. more
Sabine High School’s Math/Science team brought home another slate of awards following the Texas Math and Science Coaches Association’s meet in San Antonio Saturday. “We are now back-to-back-to-back TMSCA State champions,” math coach Keith Taylor said. “We had 24 kids here giving up three days of Spring Break to compete. They represented us well.” SHS’ Laura Hedrick coaches Science competitors. more
Josh Roy of Nacogdoches High School claimed the top prize March 1 at the 55th annual East Texas Regional Science Fair at Kilgore College. Roy’s project, “Photo-Degradation of Hydrocarbons,” was awarded the top prize out of 161 students from 23 junior and senior high schools in the East Texas region. more
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