Agency confirms tornado near Gilmer
The National Weather Service confirmed Monday that a tornado touched down last week in Upshur County.
Kilgore College to participate in ‘Read for the Record’ event today
The Kilgore College Early Childhood Center will host two guest readers today as part of the national “Read for the Record” event.
Gregg commissioners revise policy on road work
Gregg County commissioners Gary Boyd and Ronnie McKinney exchanged a glance Monday as years of discussions about a new road and bridge policy concluded on a unanimous vote.
Kilgore ISD agrees to settle lawsuit
KILGORE — School trustees in Kilgore ISD approved a settlement Monday in a lawsuit brought by a mother who claimed an aide severely injured her disabled son, a former pre-school student.
Draft of Longview comprehensive plan calls for new, updated parks
April Kelsey regularly visits parks across Longview, dragged along by her daughter Joanna, 3. Kelsey said she has noticed South Longview parks are in need of repair, and there need to be more parks in
Longview ISD board says ‘no’ to Title IX bids
Longview ISD trustees rejected bid proposals Monday night for softball field renovations that were called for as result of a Title IX complaint filed in 2013.
Gilmer woman pleads guilty to intoxication manslaughter
A Gilmer woman accused of killing a man while driving drunk in Longview pleaded guilty Monday and will face a judge’s sentence today.
Spring Hill ISD board to name lone superintendent finalist Wednesday
Spring Hill ISD’s Board of Trustees plans to name a lone superintendent finalist during a special meeting Wednesday, keeping the district on track with a mid-November hire date for the new chief, Supe
Davis rejects talk of impending defeat
FORT WORTH, Texas — Trailing in polls and money with just two weeks until Election Day, Democrat Wendy Davis on Monday cast her ballot on the first day of early voting and rejected talk that her bid f
Longview ISD elementary school kicks off drug free week with red ribbons
Bramlette Elementary School fifth grader Diana Castillo said she’s excited about her school’s Red Ribbon Week activities that kicked off Monday in honor of drug prevention.
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