East Texas Oil Museum is hosting a special outreach to the people who have been part of its lifeblood since the very beginning.
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A former Kilgore News Herald sports writer has published her debut novel based on the true story of a woman who coached football in Brownwood, Texas during World War II.
A former Kilgore News Herald sports editor has published her debut novel based on the true story of a woman who coached football in Brownwood, Texas during World War II.
THERE were three that never gave it a second thought, three gals who stood at the end of a grocery aisle perusing the multitude of jars and trying to decide which one to purchase that was the closest to what they were accustomed to eating.
The title and illustrated cover of the book could easily be defined as an attention grabber. It is one that piques the curiosity enough to draw you in, to curtail the desire of wanting to know the rest of the story and even more so after hearing the author speak.
To visitors from all over the world, the city of San Antonio is a salsa-infused melting pot of Texas history, art, and culture. To the delight of my three daughters, however, it is so much more. In fact, they could do without the history, art and culture altogether as long as they’re within walking distance of a Starbucks, a fashion retail center, and an appropriate backdrop for a cute selfie. Luckily for them, San Antonio has it all, and all of it accepts my credit cards.
Kilgore’s eighth annual Special Abilities Family Fun Event is just over a month away but organizers have been hard at work since last year to prepare for the event, which offers free activities, games, fun and food to people with special needs and their families.
Over the years this traveling pair has seen some unusual sites and at the end of each trip have plans made for the upcoming year. This year, Kilgoreites Carol Hinton and Pat Applewhite chose Russia for their vacation spot and recently spent nine days learning as much as possible about the culture.
The 34th season of the Texas Shakespeare Festival has drawn to a close and company members are embarking on the final task of the summer: striking the sets and storing items away for next year.
100 years after violent race riots ravaged East Texas and cities across the nation, locals gathered at the Longview Public Library on Saturday, July 27, to view a film chronicling the tragic events of a century ago.
Cast and crew of the Texas Shakespeare Festival's 34th season took the stage in Van Cliburn Auditorium for two performances of the Talent Showcase Wednesday. The "Stage to Screen" showcase included performances of famed music from Broadway and Hollywood films.