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A recent Texas Supreme Court decision supported a major change to the way certain types of oil and gas equipment are taxed in the Lone Star State – and it’s likely to have a significant effect … more
A Longview resident turned himself in to law enforcement this week after the Kilgore Police Department issued a warrant for his arrest following a May hit-and-run that’s left a local man … more
The community’s second annual Fourth of July Extravaganza is weeks away, set once again at Kilgore City Park with a fireworks show that will be visible throughout downtown. “I think it’s … more
“At this point we will not open this year.” Blunt news about the city pool, but Kilgore City Manager Josh Selleck softened the blow Tuesday night: even though the facility’s closed for … more
Kilgore College is pleased to welcome to its team, Nancy Wylie, the college’s new controller in the Business Office.  Wylie, originally from Longview and now lives in Henderson, officially … more
Kilgore College computer science major Jonathan Boyd has been selected for the 2018 Jenzabar Internship Program. Jenzabar, a leading provider of software and services for higher education, … more
By LUCAS STROUGH news2@kilgorenewsherald.com Small business owners in the Kilgore area will know soon if they will have more convenient access to the local Small Business Development Center. … more
Jill McCartney had two reasons to celebrate June 4: it was her birthday and her first day in Kilgore, Texas. Two days later, Kilgore Chamber of Commerce’s new president was at work, and she’s … more
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