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Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar recently released totals for fiscal 2018 state revenues, in addition to announcing monthly state revenues for August. In July, due to better than expected economic … more
Energy WeldFab has finished construction on its largest-ever ‘slug catcher’ and shipped the massive tank to oilfields in Pecos. Yes, at 70-feet long with an 11-foot diameter, “It’s the … more
Kilgore City Council approved big changes for the East Texas Oil Museum at its Tuesday meeting. Dr. Brenda Kays, president of Kilgore College, addressed the board with plans to overhaul the almost … more
The Kilgore walking trail now officially has a name. At a city council meeting Tuesday, a vote was held to officially dub a portion of the path “Creekside Trail.” Phase 1 of the walking trail … more
The Kilgore College Adult Education and Literacy program is now offering online GED (TxCHSE) preparation classes specially created for busy adults who need flexible schedules. Distance learning … more
Kilgore Rotarians and The Blood Center East Texas will be collecting blood donations again from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 6, at Pilgrim Lutheran Church. The Rotary Club’s 20th … more
At a Monday, Sept. 10 board meeting, Sabine ISD moved to cancel its upcoming school board election due to a lack of opposing candidates. The election was called off when no one decided to run against … more
It’s been a good year for Kilgore’s sales tax account. Every month of FY2018 has seen a positive year-to-year return, each check larger than 12 months prior by 10 percent, 20, 30, 40 or more. … more
Kilgore City Council moved to allocate Hotel Occupancy Tax funds to support arts, tourism, museums and marketing in the city at a Tuesday board meeting. The council also voted to approve the adoption … more
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