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Ralph Northam is in the eye of a political and media hurricane because he allegedly appears in his medical school year-book in blackface. Hillary Clinton, Tim Kaine, Nancy Pelosi and many other names in the democratic party, and a few republicans, are now calling for Northam’s resignation. He’s now in survival mode over an incident that occurred over 30 years ago, well before he entered politics. Ralph Northam’s political quandary raises interesting questions. When is repentance and demonstrated change over a course of decades not enough anymore? Does our secular culture no longer have a category of grace and forgiveness? more
Services for Neta Billings, 90, of Kilgore will be 11:00 am Saturday, February 9, 2019 at Rader Funeral Home Chapel with Reverend Buddy Duggins officiating. Burial will follow in Danville Cemetery. Mrs. Billings died Tuesday, February 5, 2019 in Kilgore. more
Kelly Mott age 84 went to sleep in Jesus’ arms on February 6, 2019. Kelly was born November 7, 1934 in Broaddus, TX. to K.P. and Irene Stringer Mott. more
No one was injured in a pre-dawn fire on Parkview apparently sparked by an old bathroom heater. more
Opening day of the 2019 season for the Kilgore College softball team had a little good, a little bad, and was just the first step of a season that lasts through April, one that coach Leslie Messina hopes ends with a postseason appearance. more
Rusk County Airport could soon have a longer runway, attracting more air traffic to the Henderson area. Rusk County Commissioners voted Tuesday to approve a letter requesting support from area businesses to extend the airport’s runway to 5,000 feet from 4,000 feet. more
“And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.” – Friedrich Nietzsche more
Kilgoreites are heading to Austin in late February to bring local issues to the attention of state legislators as part of an East Texas Coalition. Kilgore Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau President Jill McCartney said the coalition, which includes civic and business leaders from Kilgore, Longview and Tyler, will work to bring legislative focus to regional issues. more
Doug Smith’s not one to prattle on – something that came in handy Saturday night during Beta Gamma Psi’s 11th annual Texas Hold ’Em Poker Tournament. He’s been playing about 7 years, mostly with friends. Reaching the final table and facing off with Josh Selleck and James Mercer Feb. 2, Smith kept his cool as yellow chips moved from one side of the table to the other. more
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