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October 2, 1942 - June 9, 2018 Linda Faye Reneau “Mimi” Ardoin, 75, went to be with her Lord on Saturday afternoon, June 9, 2018, in Abbeville, La. Linda was born at home in Overton on October … more
Dr. Paul D. Thompson was elected president of the Texas Police Association (TPA) at its annual convention in Denton last week. Dr. Thompson will serve a 2018-19 year term as president and is chief of … more
Organizations in the Gregg County Appraisal District will be getting some money back from the district for the first time in 15 years. GCAD Chief Appraiser Libby Neely said Friday the refund will … more
A recent Texas Supreme Court decision supported a major change to the way certain types of oil and gas equipment are taxed in the Lone Star State – and it’s likely to have a significant effect … more
A Longview resident turned himself in to law enforcement this week after the Kilgore Police Department issued a warrant for his arrest following a May hit-and-run that’s left a local man … more
The community’s second annual Fourth of July Extravaganza is weeks away, set once again at Kilgore City Park with a fireworks show that will be visible throughout downtown. “I think it’s … more
“At this point we will not open this year.” Blunt news about the city pool, but Kilgore City Manager Josh Selleck softened the blow Tuesday night: even though the facility’s closed for … more
“A man is usually more careful of his money than he is of his principles.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson more
Kilgore College is pleased to welcome to its team, Nancy Wylie, the college’s new controller in the Business Office.  Wylie, originally from Longview and now lives in Henderson, officially … more
Kilgore College computer science major Jonathan Boyd has been selected for the 2018 Jenzabar Internship Program. Jenzabar, a leading provider of software and services for higher education, … more
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