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“I want to put a plea out there for our voters to stand up for their rights.” The polls are closed, the ballots have been counted, the primary is over, but questions remain in Gregg County … more
Sonya Wheeler dug through the digital records, occasionally glancing into the pair of dark, placid eyes gazing silently from the corner of her computer monitor. Inches away on the cemetery … more
Bring your green Saturday, David Reeves jokes, so you’ll be ready to make plenty of plant sale purchases on St. Paddy’s Day. Reeves is once again spearheading the Plants in the Patch … more
Small business owners looking for insight into new tax laws can still secure a spot at next week’s BizConnect Luncheon at Meadowbrook Golf & Event Center. Hosted quarterly by the Kilgore Chamber … more
How can people protect themselves from identity thieves? What should victims do when their identity is stolen? Through a partnership with Regions Bank and a free one-hour seminar next week, … more
The 9th annual East Texas Energy Symposium will bring oil-and-gas representatives back to the East Texas Oil Museum again May 1, with U.S. Rep. Louie Gohmert kicking off a series of speakers weighing … more
Kilgore Public Library is inviting patrons to get creative with their Easter decorations this week. The library's Easter Egg Creation & Contest is set for 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday at 301 N. … more
We all know that pets are prone to getting fleas and ticks, but did you know that these pesky parasites could transmit dangerous diseases to your pet? Maria Esteve-Gasent, assistant professor … more
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