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Tens of thousands of voices were raised in song, praising God in two dozen languages, Jessica Moniz says, as Christians from more than 150 nations came together. It was the Church of the … more
Ben Bagley already got lost running through the streets of Kilgore, but he plans to get acquainted with the community on his feet. The position at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church in Kilgore … more
There were many empty seats in Dodson Auditorium during the four nights of last week’s 2017 East Texas Crusade for Christ, but Dr. Charles Whiteside isn’t taking a single guest for … more
TAMU Press Release Cats are curious creatures that love to run, climb, hunt and play. Providing entertainment and activities for your cat keeps them healthier and helps reduce unwanted … more
Along with the Fourth of July comes fireworks and nervous or scared pets that do not understand the loud noises. “We do see an upturn in animals that get out at this time of year,” City of … more
Diners can now get a new taste of the Old World – Brigitta and Mike Gyorfi recently opened up Brigitta’s Hungarian Restaurant at 202 Hwy. 31 E. Brigitta was born in a small village in Hungary, … more
With statistics for Gregg County and surrounding counties, Staci Clark brought the Smart Start Coalition to the Kilgore College campus. The addition of KC allows the coalition to bring alcohol … more
Press Release The Old Shiloh Cemetery Annual Picnic is scheduled for Tuesday, July 4th – its 163rd year. Established in 1853, the cemetery is one of the oldest cemeteries in Rusk County and … more
Courtesy Report President Sally Melton opened the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance. Billy Brown gave the prayer for the meeting and the meal. Debbie Moore, Secretary, read the minutes from … more
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