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ARIES (March 21-April 19) ★★★★ You might be confused by your mixed feelings. A discussion to clear the air could make the problem even more difficult. Avoid spending too much on a peace gesture. To the intended recipient, your very presence counts. Tonight: Celebrating Spring. more
DEAR DR. ROACH: My wife’s doctor wants her to start Prolia shots for bone density, but the reviews I have been reading are extremely negative. She cancelled her appointment to start the shots (every six months) until we get some positive feedback. She had breast cancer five years ago (lump removed) and seems to be in pretty good health, considering. She has asthma and COPD, and is a little overweight. She doesn’t want to deal with the horrible side effects, as some of them don’t seem to go away (reading the reviews). We know that a lot of what you read on the internet is rubbish, so we are asking for different opinions, including yours. -- J.A. more
Monday night games are rare for the Kilgore High School baseball team, but they did make another statement on the road earlier this week. Coach Eugene Lafitte’s Diamond ‘Dogs beat Longview, 8-3, in their third meeting with the Lobos this season (Kilgore is 2-1 against them, including in the Oil Belt Classic). It was the sixth straight win for the Bulldogs, who haven’t lost since the first game of a tournament in Jasper back on March 7. more
BASKETBALL Kilgore’s Thomas, Sabine’s Goodwyn named all-region Kilgore High School senior Seth Thomas and Sabine High School senior Eylan Goodwyn have been singled out as all-region by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches. more
Emely Rosario led Kilgore College’s Lady Rangers in scoring and played a huge role in their success this season, and now she’s being recognized as one of the best players in the Region XIV Conference. Rosario, a sophomore from the Bronx, N.Y., was named to the All-Region and All-Conference teams, and was also named as a part of the All-Tournament team from the conference’s tournaments, played recently at Centenary College in Shreveport. more
Red, orange, or purple with yellow polka dots: Kilgore’s Lady Bulldogs don’t really care about the attire, it’s all about the mission. Coach Cheyenne Kirkpatrick’s Lady ‘Dogs held off Center, 5-1, on Friday afternoon at Stream-Flo Field here in Kilgore, running their record to 12-4 this season (ironically, the same record as the KHS baseball team). They’ve also won three of their last four games. Kirkpatrick’s team has seemingly played its final non-district game of the regular season, and they’ll enter the District 16-4A schedule now. Kilgore was to host Spring Hill in the 16-4A debut for both teams on Tuesday night, after the deadline for this print edition of the News Herald. more
GAINESVILLE, Fla. – It quickly is becoming apparent that if he is to successfully defend his Mello Yello Top Fuel Championship, Steve Torrence is going to have to find a way to get his Capco Contractors Top Fuel dragster to the finish line ahead of the Mac Tools machine of rival Doug Kalitta. more
Larry Edward Longmire, 75, passed away Sunday, March 17, 2019 in Longview. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Thursday, March 21, 2019 at Abundant Life Church in Gladewater. Visitation will be 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, March 20, 2019 at Rader Funeral Home in Kilgore. Interment will take place at Danville Cemetery. more
Rev. Walter Lee Williams, 95, of Kilgore, Texas, passed peacefully from this life on Sunday, March 17, 2019, in his home. He will finally get to see the face of the One he served and preached about for more than 60 years. He is also reunited with his precious wife, Evelyn Williams, who preceded him in death. more
I enjoy reading The Kilgore News Herald, from news-stories such as school budgets to advertisements for flooring or lawn-services – one thing nearly all categories have in-common, is: MONEY. more
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