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City of Kilgore Press Release Red water is caused by iron deposits in the water. Iron is a naturally occurring mineral in the earth’s soil, as can be noticed in the red clay of East Texas. As … more
DPS Press Release The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) will increase traffic enforcement during the Fourth of July holiday weekend from Saturday, July 1, through Tuesday, July 4. DPS … more
Kilgore ISD typically ends their special recognition, such as the I Believe in You award during the summer months, but Superintendent Cara Cooke made an exception this year. Kilgore High School … more
A Gregg County Grand Jury has indicted a woman accused of kidnapping a Kilgore College Rangerette late last year. more
A Kilgore College employee was terminated late last month after administrators discovered funds were missing, putting the current deficit at less than $6,000. more
On Fourth of July, Americans will chow down on enough hot dogs to stretch from Washington, D.C., to Los Angeles more than five times – 150 million to be (approximately) exact. Statistically, … more
As organizers prepare for the city's Fourth of July celebration – the first in at least two decades – locals can get a jump-start on enjoying America's birthday, with a variety of activities … more
Even though recent weather events have delayed the planned opening of the new Splash Park, Kilgore officials still plan to make a SPLASH with a whole host of water activities and other entertainment … more
Kilgore College is pleased to announce that Michael D. Simmons will become the new director of the KC Fire Academy pending board approval. more
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