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“We cannot sit huddled within our own borders and avow ourselves merely an assemblage of hucksters who care nothing for what happens beyond.” – Theodore Roosevelt. • MONDAY will be … more
Kilgore College turned the focus of a new fundraising initiative toward its youngest students, raising more than $20,000 for scholarships. The inaugural “Continuing the Dream Through … more
A change of plans for Monday’s second annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day commemoration will shed light on the strides Kilgore has taken from decades past. Organized for the second time by Kilgore … more
Two vehicles were involved in a wreck at the intersection of Highway 31 and FM 3053. Both drivers were transported to area hospitals with non-life threatening injuries following the Wednesday … more
This month’s sales tax check from the Texas Comptroller’s Office is well out of the ordinary – in the best way – leaving Kilgore City Manager Josh Selleck puzzled and a little suspicious, but … more
City officials have been steadily refining rules for three local cemeteries since Fall 2016, struggling to balance compassion for grieving families with ongoing maintenance challenges at the … more
Sabine Fire Chief Richard Sisk described 2017 as “awesome” and has equally high expectation for 2018. During the last year, Sisk said, the department added a 5,000-gallon tanker to its fleet. … more
Crystal Henderson’s life changed when she moved into her room at Rahab’s Retreat and Ranch a year ago, ending a life of drug addiction and abuse. After getting knocked down to her lowest … more
Drivers heading out of the Kilgore City Limits will soon see a drop in the speed limit on Stone Road after Kilgore council members gave their blessing to a proposal from the state. The speed limit … more
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