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KC honors military veterans

After a week of vying for votes, nominees wait at the front lines of the R.E. Saint John Memorial Stadium for the announcement of the 2016 King and Queen. Duke and Lulu flanked the sidelines, paws at the ready for their special day.  Last week voting for Homecoming King and Queen opened and the most […]

Input needed on potential Campus Carry policy

ACCORDING TO AN EMAIL SENT OUT BY HEATH CARIKER, KCPD CHIEF: A draft of the proposed KC Campus Carry Policy has been posted on the KC website at https://www.kilgore.edu/about/police-department-kcpd/campus-carry-sb-11-info .  This policy has been posted so that you may give your feedback if you wish to do so.  The policy has not yet been approved by the […]

Revels tickets available, free to KC students

Free tickets are available to KC students for the Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evening performances of the upcoming Rangerette Revels production, “The Sky’s the Limit” which opens April 5. Students can pick up their single ticket beginning Thursday, March 23, by presenting a current KC ID at the Revels Box Office in the Rangerette Gymnasium […]

Black History Month Showcase in Tyler a success

  What better way to top off February as Black History Month than with a black history celebration and showcase of talent in the East Texas region, held at the Liberty Hall in downtown Tyler. This event brought in some big name celebrities, such as Marion H. “Pooch” Hall Jr., an American  television and film […]

Suffragettes pave way for modern feminism,the story of Harry Burn

  During this past election, people took to Twitter and created the hashtag, #Repealthe19th. By this, the users meant they wanted the 19th Amendment, the amendment allowing women to vote, to be removed. March is women’s month, and highlighting suffragettes should be mandatory. For nearly 100 years, women fought for the right to vote. Not […]

Refresh, give back some of yourself over Spring Break

Charity starts at home is an old phrase, but one that still holds a lot of truth. Our lives are made up of a series of choices and the decisions we make can either improve this world or keep it exactly the same. A small sacrifice of your time could mean the difference between an […]

Club News 3/3/2017

PTK   Next meeting is 1:45 p.m. on Monday, March 6 in the Communications/Automotive Building,  Room 104. PTK is collecting a wide variety of school supplies to bring on March 9-11, to Texas Regional Convention in Corpus Christi. If you’d like to donate supplies or cash, please present items to an officer or bring to Michelle […]

KC Dancers perform at the ACDA

  KC Industry Dance company will leave today with hopes of making the cut for the Gala performance in Plano at the American College Dance Association festival. The conference brings together the south-central portion of the United States’ dance departments.  There are about 200 students included in the conference; 8 students from KC will  be […]