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Many organizations from Kilgore High School participated in the weekend’s KilGogh Arts Festival: The KHS Art Department displayed many outstanding art pieces. KHS Theater students helped in setup … more
“WE were a team,” she said, “one of us backed up the other one…always.” The statement was a reference to team roping but for Bill and Rebecca Hale, roping has been used in all areas of … more
Serial commas made headlines a few weeks ago when a court decided that the absence of a serial comma made a law ambiguous. In this space last week, I begged to differ. But I didn’t have enough … more
On Friday, the Republican House of Representatives failed to fulfill its long held and oft repeated promise to repeal the flawed Affordable Care Act, widely known as ObamaCare. In 2016, voters … more
Editor: Think about something... Public education is “socialized education.” It is funded by tax dollars and administered by government (local, state and national). Most Americans would be … more
During Spring Break, it’s traditional that along with sleeping through at least two mealtimes per day (my revolutionary dieting strategy), our family takes our yearly trip to the Exotic Animal Poo … more
SPREADING GOOD NEWS is like spreading sunshine and this ray of light comes from T.J. and Thomas Call as they share what they learned at the Veteran’s Resource Center’s monthly meeting. As far … more
I recently contacted the RR Commission about a huge pile of contaminated dirt, at the end if Woodlawn Rd, and 42 hi way, in south Kilgore. I was told by the RR Commission, that this dirt was drill … more
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