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Kilgore High School students will have more freedom next year when it comes to choosing their class schedule. At a Kilgore ISD board meeting Monday, the board decided to allow KHS students to take … more
Texas Shakespeare Festival actors are often the ones who get the most attention from the audience. They are the ones standing in the spotlight, after all. There are other festival members who work … more
The Coterie Club of Kilgore met Thursday, May 10 at Danville Farms with the ladies enjoying a Derby Day luncheon hosted by the Social Committee.  Members and guests arrived adorned in their … more
State election investigators are headed for Gregg County. Allegations of ‘vote harvesting’ in Precinct 4 have captured the attention of the Texas Attorney General and the Texas Senate’s new … more
One year ago, Sabine High School had a healthy lead in the UIL Academic State Championship. Not healthy enough, it turned out: on the final day of state-level contests, Holliday High School’s … more
Another writer jumped feet-first into the KNH newsroom this week: Kilgore native Cassie Billings is home from Anderson University and honing her reporting abilities this summer. Billings is aiming … more
Actors, directors and craftspeople from across the country were treated to East Texas hospitality at the Texas Shakespeare Welcome Dinner on Wednesday night at the East Texas Oil Museum in … more
Marilyn Kitchens has worked hard at Kilgore Public Library, hoping to cultivate a love of reading in children of all ages. Celebrating her fifth year at the library, Kitchens worked previously as … more
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