Kilgore News Herald
October 18, 2014 Edition
Congregation celebrates organ's 65th anniversary
Its makers gave it a monarchal moniker and this weekend its devoted followers will mark its 65-year ...
KC trustees spar over representation
“There are more ways to look at representation,” Kilgore College Board Secretary Willia...
Council majority requires check on agendas
Can any one council member set the docket for the others? Should an issue’s lone crusader recr...
Transportation board refocuses on county issues
The development of the so-called ‘East Texas Hourglass’ toll road remains a priority fo...
TUESDAY TXDOT TYLER DISTRICT RETIREES group will have a dutch treat lunch/fellowship on Tuesday, Oct...
'Success is attainable'
They call them “Jesus Burgers.” The men and women served by the Shadetree Fellowship pic...
Council, KEDC pave way for repairs to Energy Drive
In rapid succession Tuesday night, Kilgore City Council members approved three items tied to loomin...
More streets scheduled for asphalt rejuvenation
Almost 215,800 square yards of asphalt will be getting a facial this fiscal year. The city’s s...
KFD plans for 2015 SAFFE Day take shape
For the past three years, Kilgore Fire Department has worked steadily to grow its annual Special Abi...
Gregg County museum brings history to life in cemetery tour
“The history of Danville for Gregg County goes back even before the formation of Gregg County ...
Stop right now and head toward Main Street Flowers & More in downtown Kilgore. Chase that big ye...
A WORD PLEASE
Not so long ago, the only people who had to worry about typos were named Gutenberg. Today, typos do...
Group celebrating 65th anniversary Singers perform at October meeting
The Coterie Club of Kilgore met Oct. 9 for a luncheon at the Summit Club in Longview for the first m...
You won’t see it on the calendar, and it doesn’t inspire any greeting cards, but Nationa...
When your alarm goes off and you realize it's already morning, do you ever lie in bed thinking to yo...
ARIES (March 21-April 19) HHHH Others seek you out, but they might not appreciate the reception you ...
TO YOUR GOOD HEALTH
DEAR DR. ROACH: In one of Dr. Donohue's columns years ago, he wrote about pain in the rectum that h...
Rough night for Ragin' Red
CARTHAGE -- Injuries, offensive line changes, and just plain old bad bounces have painted the Kilgor...
Rangers picked second in conference coaches' poll
It could be argued, perhaps successfully, that the two most recent seasons for the Kilgore College m...
Cardinals stunned by WO, 49-7
LIBERTY CITY -- Unlike much of the rest of the season, there wasn't a lot to celebrate for Sabine Hi...
LOCAL SPORTS IN BRIEF
FOOTBALL KHS JV, freshmen, eighth A teams win Kilgore High School’s junior varsity football t...
REV. WILLIAM L.” BILL” BAKER, JR.
Services for Rev. Bill Baker, 89, of Overton, will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, October 18, at For...
HELEN LUCILLE MERRILL
Graveside services for Helen Lucille Merrill, 79, were held Thursday, October 16, at 10 a.m. at Kilg...
SERGIO H. ‘SAM’ CAVAZOS
Services for Sergio H. ‘Sam’ Cavazos, 71, Arp, will be 10:30 a.m. Saturday, October 18, ...
A private family service was held Monday, October 13 for Betty Ruth Gammel Loper, who passed away Oc...
KPD ARREST REPORTS
The Kilgore Police Department reported the following arrested between Oct. 10 and 17: Oct. 10 Dalla...
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