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SPREADING GOOD NEWS is like spreading sunshine and this ray of light comes from T.J. and Thomas Call as they share what they learned at the Veteran’s Resource Center’s monthly meeting. As far … more
The East Texas Pipe Organ Festival has added another of Aeolian-Skinner’s handiwork to its collection courtesy of a longtime supporter and organ master, William Teague. This time, the home of … more
Jo Hancock opened her home to the Coterie Club of Kilgore for their Feb. 23 meeting. Co-hostess Cynthia Adams provided delicious refreshments. President Jan Mobley opened the meeting and … more
DEAR DR. ROACH: My sister was rear-ended last summer and suffered whiplash. She went to a chiropractor for adjustment, but that did not help. Ever since the accident, she has experienced excruciating … more
Financial exploitation costs older Americans billions of dollars per year, according to several sources, including the National Council on Aging. If you have older parents, could they be vulnerable … more
ARIES (March 21-April 19) ★★★ You might decide not to share as much as you normally do. Perhaps you don’t feel ready, as you are likely to be mulling over certain ideas. It would be wise to … more
I have never had a regular overnight shift, though my workdays have begun or ended at night. We thank God for and ask Him to bless those with such overnight shifts, including police officers, … more
BASEBALL / SOFTBALL Rain, storms affect schedule; KHS will play today Kilgore High School’s diamond teams both had to postpone games on Friday until today. The softball game here at … more
Step one in Kilgore’s path to return to the UIL Class 4A state tournaments: accomplished, and in absolute, dominating fashion. Kilgore High School’s girls and boys soccer teams opened the 4A … more
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