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Kilgore College held its annual Veterans Day Appreciation Celebration Monday in the Devall Student Center Ballroom. The event featured patriotic music, artwork by local students and a speech by Rick Moser, KC history and government instructor and U.S. Army veteran. 

A group of Kilgore students would have been a big help to Humpty-Dumpty.

Improving the look and functionality of Kilgore ISD campuses is a long-term goal for the district's board of trustees. Trustees are following through on this commitment with a renewed District Improvement Plan and the selection of an architectural firm to oversee planned campus projects.

On Thursday, Oct. 31, Kilgore Lions Club honored two Kilgore High School students for their hard work and outstanding achievements at the school. Seniors Daisy Salazar and Josiah Hoskins were presented with plaques by the club and shared information about their current interests at school an…

Kilgore Economic Development Corporation has partnered with the University of Texas at Tyler on separate programs in early November, one for new businesses and another for those looking to break into the potentially lucrative sector of government contracting.

Sabine ISD board members discussed a variety of plans to improve campuses Monday, Oct. 14, with the aim of improving the district overall. They also congratulated campus administrators and school supporters on achievements at the start of the school year.

Jump-scare classics, comedy and even some family-friendly frights: there’s an eclectic mix of films on the schedule for Kilgore College’s first Horror Movie Festival. The five-day event kicks-off Friday evening in Dodson with one scary movie nightly in addition to an all-ages matinee Sunday afternoon.

She sees the best and inspires the best in others. For Jana Russell, second-in-command to Amanda Nobles at Kilgore Economic Development Corporation, that’s one of the hallmarks of working for Kilgore’s 2019 Citizen of the Year. “I can’t think of anyone more deserving of this award,” Russell said in an introduction video for the honoree Monday evening during Kilgore Chamber of Commerce’s 2019 Star Gala in the Devall Student Center Ballroom. The night also included a new Community Impact Award for Kilgore Mayor Ronnie Spradlin...

Kilgore High School seniors Kristal Loredo and Kaden Clark were honored at Thursday's Lions Club meeting for being named Students of the Month. Brookshire's of Kilgore provided plaques for the students, which were presented by KHS Principal Charles Presley. 

Sabine High School and Middle School students gathered at the campus flagpole at 7 a.m. Wednesday morning for the annual “See You At The Pole” event, which allows students, teachers and staff to come together for prayer, worship music and fellowship.

Cristefer Bohannon’s lungs don’t work so well, and a congenital heart defect tries to slow him down, but the 11-year-old wasn’t having any of that Saturday afternoon – not on SAFFE Day.

Kilgore High School students, staff and families gathered at R.E. St. John Memorial Stadium in Kilgore Friday evening for the 2019 Homecoming Ceremony and game against Texas High. Diamond Smith was crowned Homecoming Queen before the Ragin' Red took the field.

Initial estimates put the pricetag for a revitalized softball/soccer complex at about $5 million, but patient work and more in-house strategizing at Kilgore City Hall have trimmed the number to an attainable $3 million. Construction on the Hwy. 135 site is still a good way down the road and completion years off, but city leaders have a tentative funding plan and enough refined details to move the project forward hand-in-hand with members of Kilgore Soccer Association and Kilgore Youth Softball Association.

Kilgore College hosted "Party in the Plaza" Tuesday, an annual event celebrating the beginning of the fall semester. Students and staff gathered at the Lee Mall/Mike Miller Plaza for free food, treats, games and motivational speeches sponsored by campus organizations, local businesses and ch…