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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
A bit smoky, a bit singed, a small black cat escaped significant injury Tuesday morning in a blaze that destroyed a home in the 600 block of Newtown Road. more
He had his Kilgore City Council cards, his personal cards and his “Barr None” campaign cards: each one had his phone number and Neil Barr was quick to point it out. “Whatever they want to … more
The Kilgore Police Department is once again taking steps to remind Kilgore residents about the dangers of leaving children and animals unattended in a vehicle during the scorching summer months. more
Texas Country Records announced today that Country Music artist Jenn Ford’s newest single, “You Don’t Have To Stay” was released today. more
Overton High School didn’t have to search far – although there were many candidates – to find its new athletic director and head football coach. And on top of that, he’s a Mustang, himself. more
TYLER – Records are falling right and left for the Kilgore High School baseball team, which flexed its muscles this week in a series against Crandall, and now moves on to the final eight in the state. The Bulldogs made believers out of Crandall on Friday here at Mike Carter Field, collecting 15 hits in a 15-4 rout of the Pirates in the UIL Class 4A Region II semifinals. Javan Smitherman had 5 RBI and Ren Reynolds had four hits. more
An Overton High School student allegedly made a 'terroristic threat' last week, and Overton Police took the boy into custody Monday. more
Recent wet weather has delayed repairs and renovations at the city pool, pushing its season opener to (most likely) mid-summer. Annual swim lesson sessions are being moved to Meadowbrook Golf & … more
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