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There are a handful of activities on tap this weekend – from practical to prayerful – to give Kilgore students one last boost before they head back to school Monday. Submit additional events ASAP to more
It’s been almost four years since a seven-figure sales tax check arrived in the City of Kilgore, but August’s revenue from the state comptroller’s office broke the drought Wednesday with a $1,187,374.76 check. more
A Kilgore High School senior died late Sunday night in a wreck in Henderson, leaving many here in mourning and asking ‘Why?’ after the youth reportedly led police on a high-speed chase before his death. more
East Texans who live and work on State Highway 31 expressed excitement and concern about the planned expansion of the roadway at a TxDOT meeting on Tuesday. The meeting, held at Highland Park … more
Whether you’re in need of book bags, blackboard chalk or bell-bottom pants, Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar is reminding shoppers they can save money on those and certain other items during the state’s sales tax holiday. This year, the sales tax holiday is scheduled for Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 10-12. more
An alleged gate-crasher was arrested last week, accused of spearing his vehicle into a Kilgore Police cruiser. Jailed July 16, Nathaniel Giovanni Tang was released days later on bonds totaling … more
The thieves knew exactly what they were shooting for: a rifle rack at Smitty’s Guns & Ammo is bare today along with a single display case after burglars ripped the barred door off the building early Wednesday in a smash-and-grab that lasted just minutes. more
Cara Cooke, superintendent of Kilgore schools for five years, has accepted a position as interim superintendent at Aransas Pass ISD. more
By JAMES DRAPER A man was killed by a passing train shortly after 5 p.m. Sunday as he walked along the railroad tracks in Kilgore. The locomotive’s conductor … more
This year’s City budget included funds for the reconstruction of the intersection of Chandler St and Leach St. The City’s Streets and Drainage crew will begin working on this project as early as this week. They will be starting with tearing out the existing pavement inside the intersection and approximately 50 feet of road on each leg. Once construction begins, the intersection will be closed off for up to 7 weeks. more
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