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 […]

Tri-C travels to OSU for Campus Encounter

  The Christian Campus Center took 21 students to Oklahoma State University last weekend for Campus Encounter. The event is sponsored by Stillwater Church of Christ and welcomed 16 college ministers and 260 students to the campus for education, worship and fellowship. Davis was one of the presenters of a class called, “Take Five.” The […]

ETPA appoints Reigstad as new deputy director

  Dan Reigstad is the newly appointed deputy director of Kilgore College’s East Texas Police Academy. He became a full-time instructor at ETPA in 2015 after being a part-time instructor since 2002. Reigstad was born and raised in the small town of DeForest, Wisconsin where he graduated from high school in 1983. After graduation, he […]

Board OKs tuition hike, Kays’ contract

  Topics such as tuition increases, the evaluation of Dr. Brenda Kays, and concealed carry on campus were discussed on the second floor of the McLaurin Administration Building as it overflowed with students and community members on Monday night. The meeting lasted about three hours as the Board of Trustees went into executive session for […]

Basketball Pink out; Lady Rangers support cancer research

The Kilgore College Lady Rangers hosted their annual “Cancer Awareness Game” Wednesday, Feb. 22, to raise funds for the American Cancer Society. The team raised $1,062 with money taken at the gate, including donations, and will be sent to support cancer research. “We play for those who are fighting, have fought and who have lost,” […]

Lose your fake friends, find your real friends

  One of the most challenging obstacles I had growing up was being able to distinguish genuine friendships from fake friendships. I’ve given too many people too many chances, and ended up being burned in the end. Several of these circumstances could’ve been solved if I had simply stood up for myself. In 2017 I made […]

Price of college continues to take toll on students’ wallets

  It’s not news to anyone that college has become increasingly expensive over the years. According to the think tank, the American Enterprise Institute, tuition has gone up 559 percent in the last three decades and textbook prices have also risen by a staggering 812 percentage in the same period of time. What could possibly […]

Cat Yoga

  According to the ASPCA, approximately 7.6 million companion animals enter animal shelters nationwide every year. Each year, approximately 2.7 million animals are euthanized. One organization in Longview has an idea: Cat Yoga. For those with allergies to fur, cat yoga might be a bit of a stretch, but for those without, the Longview Animal […]

International student inspired by African heroes

             Black history month is a famous month celebrated here in America, but as an African who migrated from Zimbabwe, the cultural celebration has had a great impact on me. I have come to realize that even in Africa we tend to celebrate this time, just in a different form […]

Bossier Parish puts up cavalier effort against KC teams, Feb. 18

  The Lady Rangers returned to the floor strong on Saturday, Feb. 18, with an 81-57 blowout against Bossier Parish Community College Lady Cavaliers. The Lady Rangers were dominate throughout the game, leading by as many as 31 points at times. Richelle Velez, Brazoswood freshman, led the Lady Rangers in scoring with 18 points. Lyrik […]