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This weekend there is a severe weather outbreak expected across the Southern Plains and Lower Mississippi Valley, including the Kilgore area. more
Kilgore College will host a free HIPAA training for area providers May 9 on the Kilgore campus. more
Kilgore College’s Business Department has redesigned its curriculum to streamline offerings, make it more student-friendly and ensure its students are prepared to excel in today’s businesses and … more
Kilgore College is accepting applications until 5 p.m. Monday, April 30, for two board appointments to fill the vacant seat of the late James Walker and the seat of Bob Heath who is retiring. more
If you’re looking for a new furry friend this spring, then a pet rabbit may be for you. more
High school students in the Kilgore area will soon have access to new dual credit opportunities in agriculture thanks to a partnership between Northeast Texas Community College (NTCC) and Kilgore College. more
In 2017, work zone fatalities in Texas increased 9 percent over the previous year, resulting in 199 deaths and 813 serious injuries. With 4 percent of those fatalities being road crew workers, the remaining 96 percent was comprised of motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists. more
Items scattered at the scene of a fire that destroyed three vehicles at First Baptist Church of Liberty City confirm a “human component” to the blaze – but Pastor Paul Michael Vacca expects the flames were accidental. The Gregg County fire marshal's office hasn't made a final determination on that aspect of the case. more
Just in time for baseball season, Whataburger welcomes Kilgore-area sports fans to stop by the new Whataburger Sports Complex located on South Commerce Street across from Driller Park. more
A Kilgore man died early Wednesday morning in a house fire on Idylwood. Travis Fried, 76, was pulled from the home by firefighters, but attempts to resuscitate him were unsuccessful. Fried was … more
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