1 } WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 2017 KILGORE NEWS HERALD 1 SECTION, 10 PAGES VOL. 86, NO. 27 KILGORENEWSHERALD.COM 50 CENTS By JAMES DRAPER A 24-year-old Kilgore woman was killed Monday night, found by police with the apparent attacker bleeding to death at her side. INSIDE AMERICA S NO. 1 SMALL CITY MURDER INVESTIGATION CAPITAL OF THE EAST TEXAS OIL FIELD Woman, 24, killed Monday night Male suspect treated for severe injuries According to a witness, an argument between the man and woman escalated to him dragging her into a residence at 501 Leake Street. Dispatched to the scene at about 9 p.m., officers couldn t get anyone to the door and entered the home. The pair was lying on the floor: Maria Carolina Alveraz was dead, a large cutwound on her neck, alongside 27-year-old Juan C. Vazquez. Juan Vazquez was alive and suffering from a cut to his neck, a cut to his wrist and several stab wounds to his torso, KPD Assistant Chief Roman Roberson reported in a press release Tuesday afternoon. Vazquez was airlifted to Christus Trinity Mother Frances Hospital in Tyler for emergency surgery. No further See MURDER, Page 3 SPORTS: Kilgore soccer teams battling for regional spots. See Page 8 SHOPPING SMART: Look inside for money-savings specials from Academy Sports, Atwoods, Factory Direct Flooring and Maness Furniture. KILGOROUND BILL WOODALL There are good ships and there are wood ships, ships that sail the sea. The best ships are friendships and may they always be. Tom Matthes TIS the season for Relay for Life fundraisers and Citizens Bank is on it. CITIZENS is hosting a charity crawfish boil and catfish fry (that will be Scott Clark over there in the chef s hat and apron) from 6 until 10 p.m. Friday. Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door. Entertainment will be by one of Kilgore s favorite and one of the most interactive bands, Lady Chazz and the Tramps. THE party will be at the bank, corner of Rusk and Main streets. THOSE bright yellow tee-shirts worn by the hard-working and sunburned volunteers at KilGogh Saturday were a surprise donation from Ross and Carter Bennett (and Smedley) at Kilgore Screen Printing. KILGOGH organizers chief organizer James Draper is but one desk over from me estimate attendance was in the See KILGOROUND, Page 4 INDEX Classified... 6 Crossword... 7 Daily Digest... 4 Horoscope... 7 Obituaries... 4 Sports Full April Fool's offers WEEKEND OUT NEWS HERALD photo by CHELSEA KATZ & JAMES DRAPER Saturday brought numerous destinations to Kilgore. (Clockwise from top left) A young artist takes part in the KilGogh Arts Festival and its KidsGogh activities (see Page 10). Carlee Pieper leads her Grand Champion pig around the ring at the Kilgore FFA Project Show & Sale (see Page 5). Kolette Johnson takes a picture of a memorial pinwheel for her brother, Ken, during the Walk Like MADD fundraiser at Kilgore College (see Page 2). Avalon Faire's Tish Hollister and "Ren" entertain guests (see Page 3). By JAMES DRAPER Members of the Liberty City community have had opportunities to dig through the remaining property inside the old Sabine Elementary School, and soon the abandoned campus doors will be thrown wide for interested contractors. Sabine ISD families had a chance in March to preserve students signed tiles in the building and later, on March 25, community members were invited to purchase loose items such as pieces of furniture. It went well, SISD Superintendent Stacey Bryce said. It wasn t the money we were trying to let the local people go in and get anything they might see with sentimental value NEWS HERALD photo by CHELSEA KATZ 2017 First Lady of Kilgore Peggy Bowne gets a hug from Lawana Sistrunk Friday night after being named this year's recipient. 'I m just so privileged to be here' By CHELSEA KATZ Former First Ladies of Kilgore gathered in the St. Luke s UMC Family Center, as they waited to meet the 69th member of the exclusive club. Peggy Bowne and her family waited just on the other side of the door for her big entrance when Bowne was met with a hug and a sash commemorating the occasion. It s just a privilege to be here and to be your first lady, she said as she took the podium following the evening s dinner and entertainment. I ve gone over speech after speech after speech and do not remember a thing I went over except to say 'Thank you.' The evening marked a culmination of Bowne s work in the community, her daughterin-law Paula Bowne said. She inspires family members, other people around her, and she lives selflessly, but it all comes from her heart, she said. That s just what is so neat to see about how Peggy lives her life, is that it s so genuine. She s always happy and always has a smile. She s just a very positive, for them, that they might want to purchase. Local churches and other similar nonprofits were also invited. We had a good response See FIRST LADY, Page 2 PREPARE FOR TAKEOFF NEWS HERALD photo by CHELSEA KATZ The Kilgore College Rangerette Revels jet is waiting for visitors to board tonight through Saturday. Learn more at Rangerette.com Sabine makes final pass through old elementary Upcoming sale will clear out last equipment as board considers future of abandoned property there. They were able to take some items. At this point, there are a few desks and a few chairs See SABINE, Page 3 } Let your next move be an ad in this space! CBTX On The Go The bank that goes where you go. Citizens Bank goes where you do when you ve got our mobile App on your phone or tablet DOWNLOAD TODAY! Check account balances Transfer Funds Bill Pay Messages/Alerts Mobile Deposit *Subject to customer qualifying All in the palm of your hand.
2 KILGORE NEWS HERALD PAGE 2 LOCAL WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 2017 By JAMES DRAPER Charlie Walker is ever-ready to deploy his blue sno-cone trailer at local events it s the silver lining to a dark cloud that descended on him in The local frozen eats entrepreneur had just closed up his shop and was heading home for the night. Riding his moped, he was headed toward Sonic. Right there in front of the library, a drunk driver took me out, Walker recalled. I ve got a rod from my knee to my hip. After paying the extensive medical bills, Walker used the settlement money from the drunk driving incident to pay for his blue mobile sno-cone setup. I joke that it cost me an arm and a leg. The joke only goes so far: the incident made Walker an active Walkers set MADD pace at fundraiser NEWS HERALD photo by CHELSEA KATZ Kilgore College student Zykia Williams wears beer goggles while driving a golf cart during Walk Like MADD's fundraiser Saturday morning at the school. speaker against the dangers of drunk driving and a firm supporter of events such as Saturday s Walk Like MADD 5K at Kilgore College. According to Leslie Watson, executive director of Mothers Against Drunk Driving s East Texas operation, the event drew about 175 people. It went great. We had $20,000 goal, and we surpassed it, she said Tuesday. It was a gorgeous day, and everybody had a really good time and a chance to learn about MADD and MADD s mission and what we do in the community. It s a chance to visit with the survivors of drunk driving incidents, she added, to meet their friends and families and introduce them to the public, living proof of the risks of drinking and driving. I think those are the things that always stick with us the most, that opportunity to interact with those we ve served, Watson said. The walk itself took about an honor, with sponsors and individual team-fundraisers making up the bulk of the proceeds. Walker s glad for the initiative and hopeful someone else can be spared: maybe another driver will make a better decision than the second-time offender who hit the Charlie s Sno-Ball owner. Drinking and driving is definitely not a thing to do, Walker repeated. You can hurt yourself and you can hurt other people. You put other people s lives in jeopardy. You can ruin your life from drinking and driving. A lot of these young kids out there today, they think they re invincible, they think they can do anything and it can ruin their whole life, just drinking and driving. For more information and to track future events, visit walklikemadd.org/greggcounty. We are looking forward to being back in Kilgore College of April of next year, Watson said, and hopefully we ll have that date set very soon. The Hall Monitor by Cristi Langley Many organizations from Kilgore High School participated in the weekend s KilGogh Arts Festival: The KHS Art Department displayed many outstanding art pieces. KHS Theater students helped in setup and VANGObingo, facepainting and more. The KHS softball team made balloon animals for the kids, and the KHS Future Hispanic Leaders helped young artists make cascarones, which are eggshells filled with confetti and then decorated. Students from the KHS Orchestra helped entertain the festivalgoers with live music, and KHS Hi-Steppers also performed for the crowd. Thanks to all the students (and instructors) for your help in making Kilgore a great place to enjoy art. The Annual Migration of Kindergarteners to the Caldwell Zoo in Tyler has begun. Every year, students, teachers and parents don their colorful class shirts and journey to Tyler to experience animals up close and personal. The beautiful weather will make these field trips even more enjoyable. The community will have a chance to view KHS' One Act Play, White Room of My Remembering, on April 11 and 13 at 7 p.m. each night at the KHS Auditorium. The students performed the play in the UIL One Act Play contest a few weeks ago. The play won alternate for bi-district. Brandon Fugler received All Star Cast and Jackson Mauldin and Bailey Green received honorable mention for All Star Cast. Sarah Digilormo received Outstanding Crew. Congrats to these hardworking actors and crew. Testing season is upon us once again. Most of our campuses are currently involved in end-of-the-year STARR tests and are working very hard to finish with excellence. Let s all support them in their efforts. Good Luck! Submit Hall Monitor ideas to KC theater students present Brighton Beach Memoirs KC Press Release The Kilgore College Theatre Department will present Neil Simon s classic American comedy, Brighton Beach Memoirs, beginning April 20 in Van Cliburn Auditorium on the Kilgore campus. The play is set for 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, April , with a matinee performance 2:30 p.m. Sunday, April 23. General admission tickets are $10 for adults, $7 for students and $5 for KC students with a student ID. Children under the age of 7 will not be admitted. The box office will open one hour prior to each performance. Tickets can be purchased online at or by phone at For more information the KC Theatre Box Office at kilgore.edu. The play is directed by Jason Richards and produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc. happy person who loves to spread that to other people. She deserves it because she s the best person I know, Don Bowne said about his wife s honor. Bowne s husband was the one person she was forgetting as she was going through everyone who was sitting at her family s table, wondering who the eighth person was after counting her children and granddaughter her three grandsons were at another table. And it dawns on me, it s my husband, she said. Don, you really were not an afterthought. After 60 years, he s definitely not an afterthought. Most of Bowne s family was at Friday night s ceremony, including Bowne s son and daughter-in-law David and Paula Bowne, who flew in from the Boston area. She means that much that we wanted to be here for this for her, Paula Bowne said, even if it was just for the weekend. It s kind of the culmination of all of the things that she s done for the community and for the sorority and the work that she s done. Last year s First Lady Lavada Thomas told the group the honor represented the one thing they all love: Kilgore. I was sitting there a year ago in shock. I don t think I really recovered from that, Thomas said during her concluding statements from her year as the 2016 First Lady. When I look and think about you who preceded me, and I have no business being on the side they re on. Throughout her year, though, she said, she watched the other honorees and learned her share of lessons from everyone. With only a few in the loop about Friday s announcement, Bowne said, The hardest part of it was they told me over a month ago, and to keep a secret for that long with as many people as I see all the time, it was stressful. Don Bowne said they used his grandson s birthday as an excuse for why the family was coming into town. It was not far from the truth, though, because it was his birthday Friday; they were just celebrating Saturday. During her speech, Bowne thanked her family, joking that she coerced them to be there. (I) told them they were out of the will if they didn t come. Then I forgot where I put the will. As people guessed the new First Lady s identity from her biography, Bowne did not include her age, hoping to throw off people s guesses. Born in San Antonio, Bowne spent her first seven years traveling with her mother and brother following her father as he found work in three states before finally moving to Orange in time for second grade. After graduating from high school in The newest First Lady of Kilgore Peggy Bowne shares a story and a laugh with the 1954 First Lady Ellen Watson, following the announcement of Bowne as the 2017 First Lady. (Below) Last year s First Lady of Kilgore Lavada Thomas helped start the ceremony with the invocation and a closing statement before passing the torch. NEWS HERALD photos by CHELSEA KATZ FIRST LADY Continued from Page 1 Orange, Bowne graduated from Texas Woman s University in 1957 with a degree in mathematics. For one summer between her sophomore and junior years, Bowne worked at an aircraft company assisting engineers, claiming she was the computer before computers were used, and met her future husband. They were married one year later. Remaining in the Dallas area with Don, Bowne worked in the aircraft industry for a few years before becoming a teacher and then owning her own dress shop. Then, her husband was offered an opportunity to move to East Texas where they moved to Kilgore, and she continued her teaching career. Since retiring from teaching, Bowne has served the community through the Kilgore Improvement and Beautification Association Board, Kilgore Church Women, Kilgore Garden Club, Beta Sigma Phi for 30 years and writes thank-you cards for Helping Hands, among other activities and organizations. I m just so privileged to be here and to be your First Lady, and hopefully through the year I will do justice to it and will make you proud, and I thank you. 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3 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 2017 LOCAL KILGORE NEWS HERALD PAGE 3 NEWS HERALD photos by CHELSEA KATZ Cryss Stacey and Titus, the red-tailed hawk, move into their space at Avalon Faire Friday before Saturday s opening day. The fair will continue every weekend of April. Faire opens gates on third year By CHELSEA KATZ The gates to Avalon Faire officially opened Saturday welcoming about 300 visitors to the realm. With safety of everyone in mind, though, the first weekend of the season had to be cut short due to the heavy rain and the possibility of severe weather Sunday. Festival co-organizer Adi DiShion called the opening a success, noting positive comments and compliments she received from guests and vendors. With a shift in the layout of the grounds, DiShion said, the belly dancers saw the best crowds they ever had throughout the day thanks to concessions and vendors in the area near the stage bringing people to the area. They were really thrilled, she said. DiShion noted some of the visitors to Avalon came from Mississippi, Louisiana and across Texas. We had a lot of people from several places, she continued. it was a really good turnout. Returning guests to the fair may have seen some familiar faces in the entertainment, and it was not without reason. Judas Lynch and Magnolia Strange, who bring an escape artist act to the stage call Avalon Faire their home fair even though they are based out of St. Louis. This show is a lot like family to us, Lynch said. Before we did Renaissance festivals, we did circuses, and this is the first Renaissance festival to bring us on, and now we travel with Renaissance festivals around the country; we go all over the place, but this is the first one to give us a chance, so they have a very special place in our hearts We owe a lot to Avalon for giving us a chance and showing us how Renaissance festivals work. Each year, not only do they get to see the children grow up, but also how the grounds change and evolve with the festival and its needs, Strange said. It was the first festival to bring us on and this is what feels like home to us, so we love coming back here, she said, calling it a community and similar to a family reunion. Claire Delina Robyn and Dr. Duncan Crispin also known off-stage as Tisch and Bob Hollister travel to Avalon every year from Wisconsin because of the atmosphere. They treat us really well, (Clockwise from left) Jessica Kimbrell, a hoop dancer, performs during Avalon Faire s Media Day Friday. Almost-2-year-old Remington Kimbrell munches on a cookie at Celeste s Tea Party at Avalon Faire. Belly dancer Amber McDowell dances on the Treehouse Stage at Avalon Faire Friday afternoon. (Below) Two of Avalon s knights joust as the season kicks off, continuing each weekend in April. Bob Hollister said. They treat us with a lot of respect, and that s important. You get a lot of these great big corporate Renaissance fairs and you get kind of lost in the shuffle and for us it s really nice that the owner of the fair will walk up and say, Hey! How are you doing? What s going on? You don t really get that very much at a lot of the bigger shows. He described their show as a straight comedy show that takes off the traditional patent medicine show. We re kind of rare in the Renaissance world in that we re a straight comedy show, We use 100% Beef Delivered FRESH each morning from Hollister said. For many of the entertainers and artisans, their favorite part about the festival is interacting with the guests. Bruce Garner The Leatherman at the festival travels from Terrell for the show and uses his booth to show how leather products are created and help boost the interest in the craft. I get a chance to make their day a little brighter and help their experience out here with not just the food and the entertainment, he said. He brings a little character to his booth also, changing costumes from one weekend to the next. This weekend I may be a pirate; next weekend I may be a friar in a frock. His typical personas are pirate, barbarian, peasant or friar. Just wake up and decide what kind of mood I m in. Also returning are the Knightwings presentation of various birds of prey and jousting tournaments from Hanlon-Lees Action Theater. Avalon Faire (1076 FM 1252 W) will continue through the month of April, and is open every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and until 6 p.m. Sundays. For more information, contact DiShion at or N. Kilgore St., Kilgore Open 10:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m., Mon.-Sat. LOW COST SPAY/NEUTER & PET WELLNESS CLINICS for Cats and Dogs of the East Texas Community FOR AN APPT. PLEASE CALL Charburger DEHART VETERINARY SERVICES Kilgore Atwoods Sat., April 8 th Elderville Sat., April 2 nd Vaccines Heartworm Prevention Microchips Flea/Tick Products Nail Trims Stock-Ade MURDER Continued from Page 1 update is available on the Kilgore man s condition. KPD is conducting a murder investigation through its Criminal Investigative Unit. With the inquiry underway, Roberson said public information is limited. There s no other suspects, he confirmed. Those are the only two people involved. We really can t get into any details at this point, still working on the investigation. Vazquez and Alveraz were married, Roberson said; they d very recently moved into the residence. Gregg County Precinct 3 Justice of the Peace Talyna Carlson pronounced Alveraz dead at 10:01 p.m. An autopsy was ongoing at the time of Tuesday s release. Anyone with information on the case is asked to contact KPD Det. Stephen Goodson at Tips can also be submitted to Gregg County Crime Stoppers at STOP or text anonymously via Kilgore + the tip, referencing KPD Incident # SABINE Continued from Page 1 remaining, he noted, but not much else beyond the large items contractors could utilize in other projects. The district will open the building to those potential buyers Saturday, April 12, inviting them to submit sealed bids for various pieces of equipment. It will be 8 a.m. to noon for them to come and go through the building, Bryce said, see if there are items they want to bid on. We are opening it up to contractors or anyone outside the community that s interested in the larger items such as six-ton rooftop air conditioning units, any exterior windows. It could be light fixtures, if they re interested in that. Questions about the April 12 sealed-bid sale should be directed to SISD Director of Business Operations Kevin Yandell (or Bryce) via Looking ahead, The board will need to decide on a timeframe for the building, Bryce confirmed, to look at whether they want to do demolition. That would include taking bids on clearing the site. The board will certainly want to move forward on this project and see it through to its conclusion. Mar. 5 - Mar. 11 #3 CHILI CHEESEBURGER $ TAX Our Wednesday Night Special has been changed to THURSDAY NIGHTfor the convenience of our customers:2 #5 Burgers, 2 Fries, 2 Drinks $ tax
4 KILGORE NEWS HERALD PAGE 4 FYI WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 2017 neighborhood of 1,100 to 1,300 ONE hundred years ago this week, United States forces led by Gen John J. Pershing entered World War I, joining troops from Britain, France, Russia, Italy, Canada, Belgium and others. More than two million American soldiers fought on the fields in France. On April 6, 1917 we declared war on Germany and the next day declared war against Austria-Hungary the War to end all wars. By the time the U.S. joined the fray, the war was more than two years old and soldiers were dying at a rate of 5,000 per week. An estimated seven to eight million combatants were killed in action and another two to three million died from accidents and disease. In addition, more than six million civilians were killed. In Flanders Field the poppies blow Between the crosses row on row welcometokilgore.com THIS WEEK'S BIRTH- DAYS include: OBITUARIES KILGOROUND Continued from Page 1 SHE SNORES MORE THAN I DO, BUT I STILL LOVE MY HUMAN. BANDIT adopted DEEDY ADAMS Services for Deedy Adams will be 10 a.m. Saturday, April 8 at St. Luke s United Methodist Church in Kilgore. Visitation will be held from 5-7 p.m. Friday, April 7 at Rader Funeral Home in Kilgore. She died Monday, April 3 at home, surrounded by family. Deedy Adams, daughter of the late Maurice and Frances Adams, was born in Kilgore on May 21, She is survived by one sister, Donna Vanderwoude and husband Fred of Dallas. She attended Kilgore schools and graduated from Kilgore High School and Kilgore College, where she was a Rangerette. Deedy graduated from Stephen F. Austin State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Secondary Education with majors in French and English, and a minor in History in In 1983, she received a Master of Education Degree with Supervisors and Mid-Management Certifications. Post graduate work included a concentration in linguistics and language acquisition. In 1999, she earned a certification in Dance. Her teaching career included teaching French and English at Jasper High School for one year. Then, she spent the next 11 years as a military dependent, living in six states, and Japan and Okinawa. During this time, she tutored English and studied Japanese and American Sign Language. Upon her return to Kilgore in 1981, she taught French I,II,III,IV at Henderson High School for 25 years. She was named Most Influential Teacher for seven years. During those years she also taught English 9-12 in Summer School for 18 years, directed the Varsity and Junior Varsity Drill Teams for 13 years, taught Conversational French at the Adult Education Division at Kilgore for seven years. She retired in Deedy is survived by her four children and 10 grandchildren: daughter Christi and husband Marc Witten and grandsons Jack and Alex of Seattle, Wash.; son Kirk and wife Angie Crutcher Williams and grandkids Madison, Kara, and Grant of Trophy Club; son Jason and wife Alison Murphy Williams and granddaughters Kailyn, Kylee and Kenzie of Round Rock; daughter Jaimee and husband Al Grush IV and granddaughters Palmer and Sophie of Kilgore. Deedy was the fifth generation Adams to live on the land settled by her great-great-grandfather when he came from Ireland to Kilgore in 1846 and settled in Rusk County. She loved travel, studying languages, music and dance, and spending time with family and friends. She is a lifetime member of Rangerettes Forever, lifetime member of Kilgore Historical Preservation Foundation, a 36 year member of Beta Sigma Phi (XI PI MU), 10 year member of the Coterie Club of Kilgore, and attends The Church at Lake Cherokee. Deedy was very appreciative of her friends and family who have supported her with love, prayers, cards, and messages for the past two years in her fight against leukemia, including nine months of hospitalization at MD Anderson hospital for a bone marrow transplant. April 5 - Ruth Fernandez, Stephanie Gossage, Mrs. Ray Austin, Rita Murray, Becky Hunt, Billy Collins, Sharon Kenney, Jacob Sullivan, Terry Truitt, Shrondra Wheat, Mechell Andrade, Mrs. Raleigh Selby, Sandra Roper, Carla Burkett, Brian Dase, Mary Brumbley, Tracie Lacy, Lewey Mitchell, Bridgette Kenney, Kavana Shena Smith and Bessie Pierson April 6 - Glenda Velvin, Emily Dowell, Hope Joyner, Mrs. Paul Bizzell, Sammy Lane McKnight, Mrs. Dot Till, Elzie Halbert, Phyllis Hopper, Mrs. Carl Boyd, Jr., James Hughes and daughter April Hughes, Tully Choice, Mary Jackson, Pat Russell, Verna J. Granberry, Eli Bagley, Aldophus Bagley, B.J. White, Tommy Glasco, Maggie Crim, Ann Cargill, Monique Harvey, Kim Leur, Ashley Cagle April 7 - Christian Henry, Amanda McKay, Bonnie Hunt, Rilda Goodman, Billy Maddox, Ethan Parker, Norma Wall, Louise Thurston, Andy Gilley, Calvin Pace, Elmira Sanders, Richard Sadler, Jimmie Ardry, John Deisher, Jr., Ally Marie Venable, Christopher Toombs, Sawaun Austin April 8 - Jordan Chris Hall, Jamie Quinlan, Mrs. Tobe Laster, David L. Jackson, Mrs. J.C. Eakin Jr., Clifton Wade Young, Brad King Gene Keenon, Danny Patterson, Dolf Dion, Danny Pearce, Monica Coleman, Brenda O Quinn, James Key, Andrea Herndon, Dirk McName, Cynthia Jones, Terri Lacy, James Lee Huffman, Jason Dean Madden THIS WEEK'S ANNIVER- SARIES include: April 5 - Darry and Shirley Holman April 8 - Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Plaxco, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Plaxco SHOW TIMES FOR WED & THURS * (3D) 2D (3D) 2D * ** (3D)2D 4:00 6:45 9:25 (4:00) 6:45 (9:30) (4:15) 7:00 (9:15) 4:10 7:00 9:20 ONLINE TICKETING AVAILABLE $6.00 ALL SHOWS BEFORE 6 P.M. ADD $2.00 TO 3D MOVIES *NO PASSES **NO $4.00 TUESDAY DAILY DIGEST MONDAY THE ALZHEIMER'S SUPPORT GROUP meets the second Monday of the month at 1 p.m. at Arabella of Kilgore, 2103 Chandler St. TUESDAY MCCARY S CHAPEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH food pantry is open every Tuesday from 6 p.m. until 7 p.m. for residents of Sabine school district. Proof of residency is required. McCary s Chapel is at 5758 Old Hwy. 135 North in Liberty City. For more information call (903) EAST TEXAS PFLAG (Parents and Family and Friends and Allies United with the LGBTQ people to move equality forward) meets every second Tuesday of each month in Tyler, in the Genecov Room of the Chamber of Commerce, at 6:30 p.m. PFLAG phone number is ; address is WEDNESDAY KILGORE SENIOR CITIZENS club meets the second and fourth Wednesday of each month in the Lions Club Building at 307 Rusk St. All seniors 55 or older are eligible for membership. THURSDAY THE PRIMETIMERS, a senior adult choir of First Baptist Church of Kilgore, invites any senior adult who wants to sing Christian songs and enjoy fellowship, to join them on Thursdays from a.m. in the choir room, located at the back of the church. Enter at covered walkway, go to second door on left. For more information, contact choir director David Berryhill at KATHI WHITE, PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER for TxDOT Tyler District, will address the Tyler District Retirees Group about the TxDOT Centennial ( ) being celebrated statewide and in every TxDOT district. Tyler District will celebrate in select cities on May 1st through 3rd. The Retirees Group will meet on Saturday, April 1 at 11:30 a.m. in the former Piano Room of Traditions Restaurant in Tyler and will adjourn before 1:30 that afternoon. There will be lots of good fellowship and Dutch-treat food. Kathi s presentation will begin shortly after noon. For additional information, please contact Danny Aylor at or SATURDAY EAST TEXAS GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY will hold its monthly meeting at the Tyler Public Library on April 8, at 2p.m. There will be no formal program, but a celebration of the 40th anniversary of the society. We hope that some of past members will come to tell about the early days of ETGS. Also, a show and tell of items of interest from the past, especially the unusual or photos, etc. will be part of the day. Join the celebration! SUNDAY THE EAST TEXAS DAYLILY SOCIETY will host Smith County Master Gardener Andie Rathbone at 2 p.m. on Sunday, April 9. Her presentation identifies which plants to grow to attract butterflies and their caterpillars to your garden. Andie s been a Master Gardener for many years and periodically writes gardening articles for the Tyler Morning Telegraph. Meetings are held at Tyler Rose Garden Center - in the Azalea Room. Visitors and new members welcome. Information: FYI ST. LUKE'S UNITED METHODIST CHURCH'S Evangelism Team has put its prayer net up in front of the Family Center. It is there for anyone who needs healing prayers or who knows someone who needs prayer -- be it physical, mental or an addiction. There will be note sheets, pens and plastic ribbons in the little boxes by the prayer net. Write your prayer on a card and tie a ribbon to the prayer net. Rev.Darwood will read each prayer during Sunday worship and pray for them. This project is not just for St. Luke s. It s also for the communities in and around Kilgore. The church will be selling T-shirts and a portion of the money collected will go to Rahab s Retreat. OVERTON/NEW LONDON MONDAY LEVERETT'S CHAPEL SCHOOL 4-H meets every second Monday at 6 p.m. in the Ag Building. Contact Randy Tidwell at TUESDAY To observe National Library Week, BOOK TALK is delighted to feature Mrs. Jann Smith, retired Branch Manager of McMillan Memorial Library in Overton, at noon on Tuesday, April 11. She will talk about this year's theme, "Libraries Transform," and how ALL libraries make contributions to our great nation. She will also review several books she has recently read. Refreshments will be served. The public is invited to help celebrate this national observation sponsored by the American Library Association. BOOK TALK is a monthly event, sponsored by the Friends of McMillan Memorial Library. For more information, call WEDNESDAY MCMILLAN MEMORIAL LIBRARY hosts Baby & Me Fun Time, preschool story time for infants thru pre-k and their parent or caregiver. Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m. For more info, call FRIDAY ROTARY CLUB DISTRICT 5830 meets each Friday at noon in Overton Community Center. Stephen Dubose is the club president and can be reached on Facebook at overtonrotaryclubdistrict5830. FYI LONDON MUSEUM tells the story of the 1937 school explosion that killed many students and teachers, wiping out a generation. Located on Hwy. 42 across from West Rusk High School in New London, the museum is open 9-4 M-F and 10-3 on Saturday. Also, check out the daily lunch specials and old-fashioned fountain service at the museum cafe. Visit or call WANT TO ADD AN ITEM TO THE DAILY DIGEST? Charlotte at KILGORE NEWS HERALD A locally owned newspaper 610 E. Main St. P.O. 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5 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 2017 LOCAL KILGORE NEWS HERALD PAGE 5 FFA doubles prior year's earnings By CHELSAE KATZ Kilgore FFA students saw the difference one year can make with the program s annual auction, earning nearly twice as much as last year s sales. In total, not including add-ons, the buyers spent more than $67,000, compared to last year s $35,000. With the live auction and silent auction added, though, the total is closer to about $71,000, Kilgore FFA teacher Kristin Pieper said, noting there was more than $6,000 worth of addons for the projects. The largest sale of the night was Griffin Beddingfield s plasma table at $20,000. The table, painted Kilgore Bulldog red, finished first in its class at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo last month and was named the grand champion project at the Kilgore FFA Show Saturday for metal ag mechanics projects. Kilgore High School sophomore Reed Presley s hay dolly, which was awarded a blue ribbon at RodeoHouston, was named reserve grand champion at Saturday s show and sold for $1,300. Two other RodeoHouston ag mechanics pieces that were given blue ribbons a hay feeder by Luke Gilley and a threepoint utility hook-up by Walker Langley and Daisy Vega also sold during the auction. Jackson Hatcher created a serving bar out of recycled material found on his family s land and received a grand champion designation on his project in the ag mechanics wood division. The project sold for $3,800 to Gilbert Lopez. Daisy Vega built the reserve grand champion ag mechanics wood project with an Adirondack cooler set, which sold for $1,000 to Cole Davis. Students loaded in their projects Friday night and Saturday morning before judges looked at the Kilgore FFA students projects selected their grand champion, reserve champion and third place finishers for each animal and ag mechanics project in metal and wood. Once the judging concluded, all the projects being sold by the students were presented during the evening s auction, preceded by a barbecue dinner. Pieper was pleased to see new buyers attending the sale this year, she said. It is the students responsibility to find a buyer for their project, and Pieper gave the students and parents credit for their work. This was probably one of the best sales that I ve had since I ve been teaching at Kilgore, she said. Everybody was very pleased with everything. Pieper had prepared for a hectic week leading up to the show with RodeoHouston ending March 26 before the local show and sale April 1. We rolled right out of Houston and right into the project show, just full force Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday clipping animals and getting projects ready, she said. To make sure the students To subscribe, call the News Herald today at NEWS HERALD photo by CHELSEA KATZ (Clockwise from above) Kilgore High School's Daisy Vega discusses her ag mechanics project (an Adirondak cooler set) with Hallsville FFA teacher Josh Shafer and one of his students, Garrett Stovall. Kilgore FFA fifth grader Karleigh Murphy brushes and takes care of her heifer, Marie Leveau, during Saturday s Kilgore FFA Project Show and Sale. Judges take a look at Kilgore FFA students rabbits during the morning show portion of the project. were just as successful as they were in Houston, Pieper noted both she and ag mechanics teacher Travis Orms spent many hours with the students helping them complete and prepare their projects. We got it done and everything was ready to go. Pieper, whose daughter presented the grand champion pig Saturday, was happy to include the Junior FFA program students this year. Instead of the two programs being separated between younger students and high school students, they were all together in the judging and auction. The only time they were divided was when judging showmanship. That s our future, Pieper said about the Junior FFA students participation. If we want to continue to grow in a program and continue to Kilgore High School senior Jackson Hatcher (right) discusses his bar, made of recycled products from his family s farm, with Comelious Long, whose children attend Kilgore ISD and are also involved in FFA. No matter whose sign is on the lawn, I can show it and I can sell it. Caryn Couch Realtor FAX get students to join FFA and see what FFA is about, we ve got to start with the younger kids. Both younger and high school age students did well throughout the day, and Pieper said, she hopes the success or competition helps to push the students to try to improve next year. Some people had commented on the caliber of animals and projects the students presented this year, noting the increased quality over the past few years. I think the kids put forth a lot of hard work this year with their animals, she said. I can say a big thank you to the buyers for making those kids finish out the year with a big success. Pieper s favorite part about the show and sale is seeing the students succeed and for their NOTICE OF COMPLIANCE TARIFF FILING hard work to pay off. Although the students do earn money off of their projects, she said, It s not about making money; it s about the experience and what they ve learned from it. Seeing those kids be successful and seeing those kids have a good experience, that s what it s all about, and as long as a kid is having fun doing it and having a good experience, I feel like I ve done my job. Southwestern Electric Power Company (SWEPCO) filed with the Public Utility Commission of Texas (Commission) on March 24, 2017 its Petition requesting approval of its proposed Military Base Surcharge Tariff. Section (a) of the Public Utility Regulatory Act (PURA), at Texas Utilities Code , provides that each electric utility in an area where implementation of full customer choice has been delayed by the Commission in accordance with PURA Section shall discount charges for electric service provided to a military base. Section (b) of PURA establishes the discount to be provided to military installations as a 20 percent reduction of the base commercial rate that the electric utility would otherwise charge the installation. Section (c) of PURA provides that the electric utility may assess a surcharge to all its Texas retail customers to recover the difference in revenue between the revenues from the discounted rate for military bases and the base commercial rate. Tariff Sheet No. IV-16 provides the Military Base Adjustment Factor per billing kwh as reflected below: MONTHLY FACTOR Major Rate Classes $/kwh Residential $ Commercial & Small Industrial $ Industrial / Large Lighting and Power $ Municipal $ Outdoor Lighting $ SWEPCO has requested that the tariff become effective with the first billing cycle of May The Petition has been assigned Tariff Control No Persons who wish to intervene in or comment upon this proceeding must notify the Commission. A request to intervene or for further information should be mailed to the Public Utility Commission of Texas, P.O. Box 13326, Austin, Texas Further information may also be obtained by calling the Commission at (512) or (888) Hearing and speech-impaired individuals with text telephones (TTY) may contact the Commission at (512) The Company can be contacted at 428 Travis Street, Shreveport, LA 71101, or by calling (888) during normal business hours.
6 CLASSIFIEDS KILGORE NEWS HERALD PAGE 6 Miscellaneous Public Notice Public Notice NO E Announcement Duplex for Rent 2BR/1BA 4 plex Washer/Dryer hookups, Water paid. $550 month no deposit 3411 Stone Road Apartment Just Remodeled! 1BR duplex. Large den and bedroom, two closets, Nice dining area. Lots of cabinets. Pantry. Appliances, carpet. All electric. CH/CA. $550 plus deposit. water paid Apartment for Rent Be Thankful for a place to call home for the Holidays! At Stoneridge Apartments you can start saving big with rent starting at just $499! Mention this ad and apply for free! Fast and easy approval process! Call today House for Rent Priced reduced Great Location/walking distance to college 2BR/1BATH House. open kitchen/bar area. Outside storage, $750.00/month, Good references needed after 6pm. Private Non-Profit for Partners Training for Private Non-Profit Schools Session # April 11th, :00pm-4:00pm Region 7 Education Service Center 1909 N. Longview St. Kilgore, TX Information: House for Rent 2 & 3BR/2BA Homes, Great location, near stores, large yard. ALSO office/warehouse for rent and 3 BR Rental Homes available now in Kilgore $ a month Call Heritage Acres (903) for more information. Garage Sales Homes for Sale Garage Sale: 2603 Brookvew, Kilgore. Friday, April 7th, 7am-2pm Saturday, April 8th 7am-12pm Children and adult clothes, toys, furniture and more! For Sale By Owner 2801 Chandler Street 3/2 large yard, bonus room $145, Travel Trailer or RV for rent Garage Sale 911 Karolina Street Saturday, April 8th 8am-2pm A little bit of everything. Cute, Small 2 Bedroom Mobile Home for Rent. $700 month, $500 deposit. Water paid. Call Garage Sale Saturday, April 8th, 8am 1703 Peach Street Books, clothes, pots, furniture & miscellaneous. FEATURE YOUR PROPERTY HERE! Call SABINE ISD Liquidation Sale at Old Elementary Campus 5219 Old Hwy 135 N, Gladewater, TX Wednesday, April 12, :00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Sealed Bids Only Items open for bid include, but not limited to: Roof-top HVAC units, interior and exterior doors, exterior windows, and interior lighting This District reserves the right to reject any or all bids Spinks Chapman Rd. Fri.&Sat. 8:00am-? New air compressor, new generator, lots of cast iron skillets, dutch ovens, some patio furniture. Public Notice Kilgore Independent School District is seeking vendors interested in providing annual yearbook services. Anyone interested should for more information. Proposals will be due by 2:00 P.M. on April 21, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 2017 Kilgore independent School District is seeking proposals for its bank depository contract for the period September 2017 through August Interested Institutions should request proposal information by sending an to kisd.org. Proposals must be submitted by 2:30 PM on May 9, IN RE: THE ESTATE OF BEATRICE WARE ROBINS, DECEASED. IN THE COUNTY COURT AT NUMBER TWO OF GREGG COUNTY, TEXAS NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that original Letters Testamentary for the Estate of Beatrice Ware Robins, Deceased, were issued on March 20, 2017, in Docket No E, now pending in the County Court at Law Number Two of Gregg County, Texas, to: Richard Franklin Ware. Two Divide & Conquer Sales Same Dates Thurs., April 6 ~ 7:00-5:30 ~ Fri., April 7 ~ 8:00-5:30 Sat., April 8 ~ 8:00-2:00 Sale #1 Downsizing Sale for Frances Poosie Swann 219 Glenhaven ~ Tyler, TX Inside S Loop 323 and off of S. Broadway, turn west onto Amherst across from Little Italy. At Old Bullard Road, turn rt.; turn 1st right beyond Fair Lane This home has sold, so contents & consignments must go: Massad sofa & love seat; Asian screen; great rugs; James Avery & vintg. sterling jewelry; classic din. tbl/chairs; mirrors; striped chaise; rush seat bar stools; great lamps; miniat. pc.of Herend & Coal Port; Haviland; Lenox Intrique crystal; china; silv. plate serv. pcs.; full bed; occas. chairs; very nice consigned clothes incl. eve.wear; lovely wedding dress; end tables; demilune tables; Sing. feather weight sew. mach.; books incl.old children s books; Blue Willow; retired Fitz & Floyd; Depression glass; antq. mahog. chest; mahog. upholst. arm chair; antq. tiered Eng. oak buffet; unique mahog. game table; copper vat; sm. secretary; camo waders & jacket; gun case; 2 refrig.; SO much more. Sale #2 - Moving Sale for Mrs. Judy Wilmeth 217 Cambridge Road Tyler, TX Outside S Loop 323, turn east off S. Broadway (across from Kohl s south of Walmart and Target) onto Cambridge Rd. Keep these directions!! This home is for sale; contents & consignments must go: lovely antq. sofa; Tiffany & Co antq ink well & blotter; Waterford glasses; Baroque tea set; orig.art by Edward Aldridge; stain glass panels; Wallace sterl. candelabras; Fch. Quimper dishes; nice men/women s clothes; Stetson hats; vint. handbags; sterl. Zodiac spoon set; harvest table & chairs; rocker/recliner; lg. rooster; toys; Haviland Limoges china; cost. jewelry; sm. child s piano; Poppy Trail sculpt. berry pottery; books; linens; window treatments; tools; dog kennels, carriers, & accessories; model cars; Sony stereo; upright freezer; chest freezer; TWO great sales! Pictures: DivideAndConquerOfEastTexas.com Machinery Auctioneers Is hosting a Big Public Auction in Kilgore Texas. Tuesday April 10am TX-31, Kilgore, TX 75662Featuring Macks, Macks, Macks. Over 75 Mack Trucks Plus Camel Backs, Frac Tanks, Aluminum and Steel Vacuum Tanks and much more! For auction Info Call Terry Dickerson or Josh Irizarry Visit Machinery Auctioneers.com The mailing address of the Independent Executor is: C/O Glenn D. Phillips PHILLIPS, WATSON & GILCHRIST, LLP 1003 Stone Road Kilgore, Texas All persons having claims against this Estate which is currently being administered are required to present them within the time and in the manner prescribed by law. DATED the 31st day of March, Respectfully submitted, PUBLIC NOTICE The annual report of the Lloyd Bolding Family Foundation is available at its principal office, 1121 N. Longview, Kilgore, Texas, for inspection during regular business hours by any citizen who requests it within 180 days after the date of this notice. The foundation manager is Lloyd Bolding. PHILLIPS, WATSON & GILCHRIST, L.L.P Stone Road Kilgore, Texas (903) (903) (telecopy) SABINE ISD Request for Proposals (RFP) Occupational therapists, Teachers of the auditorialy impaired, teachers of the visually impaired, orientation and mobility specialists and educational consultants for special education. Sealed proposals due April 28, 2017 RFP packets can be obtained at the Gregg County Special Education SSA Office 5303 Old Hwy 135 N, Gladewater, TX Employment Lunch & Dinner Servers and kitchen help needed. Experience not a must. Apply in person: 210 E. Main Street, Kilgore Honda 1800 Gold Wing Touring Motorcycle Color: Burgundy Low Mileage: 14,000 miles For more information call: (903) Commercial Real Estate By:Glenn D. Phillips GLENN D. PHILLIPS State Bar No TOM B. WATSON State Bar No ATTORNEYS FOR THE FOR SALE Advertise your Business or Event Statewide in OVER 240 Newspapers Office Space for Rent 300 Harris 1300 sq. ft. space. 3 offices and break room. $550/month, $550/deposit. 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7 ADVICE WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 2017 HOROSCOPE JACQUELINE BIGAR FORECAST FOR WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5 ARIES (March 21-April 19) You might have been concerned about a certain amount of confusion. However, you ll see how easily others can let go of their views and be ready to listen. Seize the moment, and allow your creativity to take the lead. Tonight: Allow more fun to happen; take a midweek break. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) You might have misheard what someone said. Avoid misrepresenting the facts, and move forward with a conversation even it feels somewhat awkward. You are likely to present an idea that will make others stop and think. Listen to the feedback. Tonight: Make weekend plans. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Confusion surrounds communication. You might try very hard to keep everyone clear of the apparent impending problems. What you say has more impact than you realize. Expect an appropriate response from the others involved. Tonight: Out and about with loved ones. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Curb a tendency to focus on one specific detail and let it consume you. Stop and take in the big picture. You might see yet another perspective of what is going on. You will be a lot happier once you gain some clarity and understanding. Tonight: Dinner for two. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) You might feel momentarily confused early in the day. Don t worry -- you ll clear up problems much more easily than you thought possible. You might need to detach in order to see the big picture. As a result, you will gain more understanding. Tonight: Do whatever you want. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Read between the lines. Maintain a laidback attitude. You might not like a lot of what you are hearing, but listen carefully before you respond. Someone else will make a strong impression on you and also might help others view a situation differently. Tonight: Not to be found. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) You know where you are going and what you need to do. Overthinking tends to make you nervous. Relax, know what you want, and then zero in on your goal. Joint financial matters could be involved in a project or decision. Ask questions, if need be. Tonight: Where your friends are. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) Others observe your performance. You might wonder what would be best to do under the present circumstances. A partner or loved one is likely to offer his or her feedback. Prepare to change your style if necessary. Tonight: You are a force to be dealt with wherever you are. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) Balance your needs and responsibilities with others. Take news with a grain of salt. Pace yourself, and get as much done as possible. Once you free up some time, you ll feel more adventurous. Be careful with a partner who always thinks he or she is right. Tonight: Out late. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) You might want to reconsider a decision involving your personal life. Apply your imagination. The decision you make now could be very different from what you initially had thought possible. You will be much happier with the results. Tonight: Let your hair down. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Your buoyant personality might be challenging to a loved one. A matter involving property could develop an explosive quality if you are not careful. In any case, allow others the freedom of selfexpression without judging them. Tonight: At a favorite haunt. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) Speak your mind. Be willing to detach and take a more complete look at what is happening. You are likely to hear some strong opinions. You have a lot on your mind, which might block you from being as innovative as you can be. Tonight: Survey the possibilities. KILGORE NEWS HERALD PAGE 7 TO YOUR GOOD HEALTH DR. KEITH ROACH CROSSWORD EUGENE SHEFFER Total sugar elimination doesn't stop cancer relapse DEAR DR. ROACH: A year ago, I was diagnosed with colon and liver cancer, and was treated with chemotherapy. The last chemo was in June My post-treatment CT scans have shown me to be negative for cancer. At the beginning of treatment, I read in clinic material that sugar is the No. 1 cancer-causing food. At that point, I eliminated sugar from my diet. My doctor was noncommittal about sugar. What are your thoughts on this? Also, is honey the same as granulated sugar? I believe honey is healing. -- E.P. ANSWER: Congratulations on being cancer-free so far. I hope this turns out to be a cure. While it is true that cancer cells use sugar for energy, most of the cells in your body use sugar for energy, and your brain is absolutely dependent on sugar for energy (whereas most cancer cells can use many sources of energy, including protein and fat). It is not possible to completely reduce blood sugar (which would be seen by any cancer cells) even by reducing all sugar and other carbohydrates in the diet to 0, as your body can make sugar. More importantly, many healthy foods that have been shown to help fight several cancers and reduce recurrence, such as fresh fruits and vegetables, have naturally occurring sugars. Certainly, it is not healthy to consume large amounts of any kind of sugar, even honey. Honey is not exactly the same as table sugar: Honey is a combination of two simple sugars, fructose and glucose; whereas table sugar, sucrose, is a single compound containing those same two simple sugars linked together. In the intestine, table sugar is quickly broken down into the same two simple sugars that are in honey. Modest amounts of sugars (the American Heart Association recommends a limit of 37.5 grams of added sugar for men, 25 grams for women, whereas the World Health Organization recommends only 25 grams for both -about 6 teaspoons) are not going to increase your risk of the cancer recurring. DEAR DR. ROACH: When I was 6 years old living in London in 1944, I was using the outside toilet in the school playground and had an experience that has haunted me ever since. Embarrassment has stopped me from repeating it. I was wiping myself after a bowel movement, but something was stuck to me. I pulled and pulled until I pulled a long white thing, about inches, like spaghetti, from my anus. The school bell rang, so I flushed it away and went into school. I was very frightened and later thought maybe it was a tapeworm. I realize this is a strange request, but I wonder if you can tell me what you think about my experience. -- Anon. ANSWER: It was almost certainly part of a tapeworm, probably T. saginata, the beef tapeworm. They were in the U.K. in the 1940s, and your description makes it very likely. Living conditions in London weren t that great, and it s possible you were malnourished and susceptible to these infections; however, even people with perfect immune systems can get them. According to my research, tapeworms can live up to 25 years if untreated. This was 70 years ago, so I think you have been free from your unwanted guest for decades. *** Dr. Roach regrets that he is unable to answer individual letters, but will incorporate them in the column whenever possible. Readers may questions to or request an order form of available health newsletters at 628 Virginia Dr., Orlando, FL Health newsletters may be ordered from North America Syndicate Inc. All Rights Reserved Clayton s SECURITY STORAGE X10 10X10 10X15 10X20 New Sports Bar N LLive Entertainment On Weekends Open S O Sundays Live Music Wed-Sat Visit Thebackporchkilgore.com for weekly band info! Great Food Fun Atmosphere Tell Your Friends How Good It Is. 904 Broadway Kilgore, Texas Moving Accessories! 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8 PAGE 8 SPORTS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 2017 INSIDE SPORTS TODAY: A 10-year-old gymnast with local ties just won a championship in Louisiana; three area twirlers representing a Kilgore company did well at a national competition; and the KC softball team has won six of its last seven games. KILGORE NEWS HERALD HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER / UIL CLASS 4A PLAYOFFS CONTACT US Questions concerning Kilgore-area sports should be directed to the sports editor at 'Dogs, Lady 'Dogs each a win away from regionals in Tyler Get up-to-date now on kilgorenewsherald.com By MITCH LUCAS Since 2010, no Kilgore High School team has more wins or appearances on the state level than the boys soccer team. Still, with three previous trips to the UIL 4A state tournament, the Bulldogs have came home without a championship. Their immediate goal: to knock off the team responsible for denying them last year s opportunity. Kilgore routed Pleasant Grove, 5-2, on Friday night in a 4A area (second-round) playoff game in Pleasant Grove, and Palestine shut down Chapel Hill, That set up a third-round rematch on Tuesday between KHS and Palestine, who defeated Kilgore in the state semifinals a year ago, then went on to win the title. Kilgore (17-5-2) was to face Palestine (25-0-3) on Tuesday night on the campus of Brook Hill School. The loser, of course, is done; the winner advances to the UIL Region 2 tournament at Rose Stadium in Tyler next Friday. The Kilgore-Palestine winner will face either Terrell (20-0-5) or A Plus Academy (12-3) on Friday at 4 p.m. at Rose. The boys regional final will also be at Rose it ll be Saturday at 1:30 p.m. See an update now on kilgorenewsherald.com, and on the Kilgore High girls, who See SOCCER, page 9 File photo by GREG HOWELL BIG WEEK FOR KHS SOCCER -- Kilgore's Yoni Contreras (10) and the Bulldogs were to play Palestine on Tuesday night, and the KHS girls soccer team was to face Athens. Wins in those games last night would allow KHS to move on to the UIL Region 2 finals on Friday at Rose Stadium in Tyler. Check out kilgorenewsherald.com now to see an update on both programs. LOCAL SPORTS IN BRIEF TRACK & FIELD 15-4A meet next Tuesday, Wednesday The District 15-4A track and field championships will be next Tuesday and Wednesday at the Bullard ISD track complex, Kilgore High School boys track coach Phillip Lane confirmed for the News Herald. The track meet includes the Kilgore boys and girls, as well as teams from Bullard, Gilmer, Spring Hill, Gladewater, and Chapel Hill. The first day of the meet is usually the shortest it ll start Tuesday at 10 a.m. with field events, with running event preliminaries at 1:30 p.m. On Wednesday, field events will begin at 2:30, and running event finals will begin at 6. GOLF KHS golfers in 15-4A today and Thursday Kilgore High School s golf team will compete today at the District 15-4A golf tournament at Wood Hollow Golf Club in Longview. The teams in 15-4A will also compete on Thursday, and the best of the twoday scores (and individuals) will move on to the regional meet at Van Zandt Country Club in Canton on April Kilgore s entire team was in regionals last year. An update on how the golfers did will be a part of Saturday s News Herald. TENNIS Results from district in Saturday's News Herald The Kilgore High School tennis team is also competing in its District 15-4A tournament this week in Longview the tournament was scheduled to wrap up on Tuesday. See results in Saturday s News Herald, and online at kilgorenewsherald.com. Good performances by singles or doubles at district advance on to regionals, to be played at Longview on April The UIL state tournament is May in College Station. See BRIEFS, page 9 IT'S SPRING, AND THE KBBA BOYS ARE BACK Courtesy photo from KILGORE BOYS BASEBALL ASSOCIATION FACEBOOK PAGE The 7-and-8 year-old Rangers (above), coached by Kelsey Clayton, were just one of the dozens of teams in the Kilgore Boys Baseball Association that ran the bases, got high-fives from Kilgore High School baseball players, and were recognized last Saturday morning at Driller Park in the KBBA's annual opening ceremonies. The association also recognized last year's machine pitch team that went to the Dixie Youth World Series in Mississippi, and paid tribute to those who the Harris Street complex's parks are named in honor of: Jarod Hablinski, Chris Dukes, Robert Gwartney, Rudy Gibson, and Mike Jimerson. Families and friends of each of those were asked to throw out the first ceremonial pitches of the season, the final one that will be played at the Harris Street complex. A new complex is being constructed across Commerce Street from Driller Park. Check out the KBBA's Facebook page (Kilgore Boys Baseball Association). Games are normally played on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays throughout May and June, and then all-star play begins. The News Herald wishes each KBBA team a fantastic 2017 season! HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL / SOFTBALL Diamond teams earn split in Gilmer Both on the road Friday at Gladewater By MITCH LUCAS It was a split decision Friday night in Gilmer for the Kilgore High School diamond teams, who have very different paths in upcoming days. Kilgore baseball took care of business against the Buckeyes, with another solid performance by senior pitcher Collin Pippen on the mound. The Bulldogs won, 6-1, and they remain undefeated in District 15-4A, a 3-0 record ( overall). Kilgore were to host Spring Hill, also unbeaten in district play, on Tuesday night at Driller Park, after the deadline for this edition of the News Herald. See an update now on kilgorenewsherald.com. The Bulldogs visit Gladewater on Friday, a 7 p.m. varsity start (junior varsity at 4:30). For the Dogs at Gilmer, Pippen pitched a complete game. He allowed five hits, two walks and the one run, and struck out six. Kilgore actually trailed for quite a while. Gilmer scored its run in the second inning, and led the game 1-0 until KHS went off for six runs in the top of the sixth. Gus Witt, a sophomore, was hit by a pitch, and then Elijah See DIAMOND, page 9 File photo by GREG HOWELL 'BOUT TO SCORE -- Kilgore's Trea Clayton (above) dusts himself off after reaching first -- and then had to go on to second during a bad pick-off attempt in a play against Chapel Hill. The baseball Bulldogs were 3-0 in District 15-4A, prior to Tuesday's showdown at home with Spring Hill. NHRA RACING / TOP FUEL DIVISION Torrence top qualifier in Vegas, but falls in first to Brown By DAVE DENSMORE Special to the News Herald LAS VEGAS, Nev. Off the track, Steve Torrence doesn t have a better friend than three-time and reigning NHRA Mello Yello Top Fuel driving Champion Antron Brown. On the track, though, it s a different story. Squaring off for the 22nd time as Top Fuel rivals during the second round of Sunday s 18th annual Denso Spark Plug Nationals at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Torrence grabbed a substantial starting line advantage ( ) at the wheel of his Capco Contractors entry but, at the finish, it was Brown with the win for the 21st time. I love Antron like a brother, TORRENCE Torrence said, but losing to him is still pretty frustrating. You tell yourself you re losing to the best but it s still a loss. I thought we had the better car today. We ran really well in qualifying (grabbing the No. 1 spot for the second straight year and earned a category-best eight qualifying bonus points) but if you can t make it all work on race day, qualifying doesn t matter. The 33-year-old Torrence, who qualified No. 1 for the 14th time in his pro career at seconds, slowed to against Brown whose 3.822, while not worldbeating, was enough to take him to the semifinals and eventually to his first win of the year. If there was a silver lining for Torrence, who finished third in last year s Mello Yello driver standings, it was that the tour next moves to Royal Purple Raceway in Houston, the only track on which the former Top Alcohol World Champion has reached the finish line ahead of Brown. We got him in the semis (at last year s NHRA Spring Nationals), Torrence recalled, but then we couldn t close the deal (losing the final to Doug Kalitta). Maybe we can get it done this time. We always have lots of support in Houston. It s a home race. We ll have a lot of Capco people there, a lot of friends. Despite his early departure on Sunday, Torrence remains solidly positioned in the middle of the Top 10 after four of the 18 races that determine the 10 drivers eligible to compete in the NHRA s Countdown to the Championship. A lot can still happen, he said, but right now the DSR (Don Schumacher Racing) cars are kinda having their way with it. They ve won the first four races and they re in points. With the Countdown format (in which the points are adjusted after the U.S. Nationals at Indianapolis), you don t worry too much about someone having a big lead but there are a lot of other things at stake like a spot in the Traxxas Shootout. Last year, we d already taken care of that by now. Maybe we can do it at Houston.
9 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 2017 SPORTS KILGORE NEWS HERALD PAGE 9 COLLEGE SOFTBALL KC sweeps Bossier, just two games out of first place By MITCH LUCAS There s not a hotter team in the Region XIV Conference softball than the Kilgore College Rangers, who have won six of their last seven games, and sit two games out of first place in the conference s East Zone. KC swept Bossier Parish on Monday in Bossier City that s impressive because BP is one of two teams barely in front of the Rangers in the standings. KC won game one, 4-3, and then finished off the sweep with an overwhelming 16-5 victory. Tyler Junior College is atop the East Zone with a 12-2 record, at this writing. BP is 12-3, and KC is Coach Leslie Messina s Rangers (23-16 overall) are home for a doubleheader today at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. against Paris (5-33, 1-15 in conference play), and then go to Corsicana Saturday, also at 1 and 3, to play Navarro. KC split a doubleheader with Navarro here back on March 4. KC plays its home games at the newlyconstructed Ballpark at KC Commons on Houston Street, at the site of the former Kilgore Heights complex. In the game-one win at Bossier on Monday, Shelby Edwards had a three-run home run for the Rangers, one of seven hits for the team. Kaitlyn Stebelton went 2-for-4; Hanna Carpenter went 2-for-2 with an RBI; and a pair of former Kilgore High School Lady Bulldogs, Amber Williams and Cailon Palmer, each went 1-for-3. Katy Worrell was the winning pitcher, giving up three runs, all earned, on six hits. She didn t walk anyone, and recorded two strikeouts. Worrell has a 14-8 record this season. In the game-two blowout, KC already had nine runs before the seventh inning and then walloped Bossier by scoring seven more. In all, the Rangers had 16 hits Carpenter and Brianna Davis each went 3-for-4, and Carpenter, Edwards and Manda Wilmoth each had 3 RBI. Edwards, Kaylie Bush and Wilmoth each had home runs in the game. Davis and Jo Rivera each had a double, and Williams, Bush, and Taylor Christopher each had 2 RBI; Williams and Palmer each had one. Lashanda Jones was the winning pitcher; she went three innings, giving up two runs (one earned) on four hits. She walked two and struck out three. Sierra Phillips pitched four innings for KC, giving up three runs, all earned, on six hits, and one walk. She had one strikeout. As far as the schedule, there s still a lot of softball left 12 games, spread out over six doubleheader dates. The regular season ends here at KC s new park on Saturday, April 22, against Bossier. DIAMOND From Page 8 Williams, running for Witt, advanced to second on a single by Jerrick "Deuce" Ervin. Pippen laid down a nice bunt, and then beat the throw to first. That scored Williams to tie the game. Ervin scored on a sac fly by Javon Smitherman, and then Pippen scored on an error, giving Kilgore the 3-1 lead. The floodgates opened. Catcher Khalon Clayton reached on an error, Ren Reynolds walked, and then Harlee Biggs singled to left field. McFarland followed with another single, and then Witt got his first varsity hit, an RBI single that scored Biggs. Kilgore's bats are working well, but the pitching has been very, very good all season. As a team, Kilgore has a combined 1.78 earned-run average (ERA). The Lady Bulldogs didn't have the same fortune, falling in Gilmer Friday night, 7-4. Kilgore seeks its first playoff appearance in about nine seasons, but has an uphill climb. The Lady 'Dogs are in an 0-4 hole in 15-4A, and need to finish in the top four in the district standings to get in. They, too, were to host Spring Hill on Tuesday night, and will visit Gladewater Friday, with JV starting at 5 and varsity at 6:30. At Gilmer, Kilgore led the game early, 1-0; watched Gilmer go up, 3-1; and then scored three in the fifth inning to tie the game and get back in front. But Gilmer proved to be too much, getting three runs of their own in the bottom of the fifth, and another solo run in the sixth. For KHS, Kristen Wilson took the loss, but struck out five and walked only one. At the plate, she had a pair of hits and an RBI. Also for the Lady 'Dogs, catcher Elizabeth Idlett and Mackenzie Harrison each had a double, and Aubree Norris and Harrison each added an RBI. BRIEFS From Page 8 10-YEAR-OLD McKINNEY WINS BIG Submitted photo Alex McKinney of Bossier City, La., has a hobby gymnastics and he s quite good at it. Alex, 10 years old, recently returned from the 2017 Louisiana Men s Gymnastics state championships in Thibodaux first in All- Around with the highest individual score of 61 (the top level five All-Around score of all the age divisions. Alex s proud parents are Jason and Jamie McKinney of Bossier City, and younger sister Allie (5) and brother Add (2) are smiling, as well. Alex is the grandson of James and Susan Freeman of Kilgore. Congratulations, Alex! TWIRLERS FROM BLAIR'S WIN NATIONAL TROPHIES Submitted photos Many twirlers competed at Marching Auxiliaries and Dance national competition on March in Fort Worth. Among all of those twirlers, three from Blair s Elite Twirling Academy in Kilgore were named solo champions. Brooklyn Maxwell, a fourth-grader at Sabine Elementary, placed first in the mini category. Jordan Ware, a freshman twirler at Kilgore High School, placed first in the junior category, and Sami Prazak, a New Diana High School senior twirler, placed first in the senior divison. Each routine, involved one, two, and three batons. These twirlers were awarded a sash, a 3-foot trophy and got to choose between a sterling Silver MA Dance solo champion ring or letterman jacket. Congratulations to these three national baton twirler soloists! SOCCER Continued from Page 8 were also to play a third-round game against Athens at Rose Stadium on Tuesday. Both KHS and Athens girls were off over the weekend, a result of the quirky UIL second-round bye. Kilgore s Lady Bulldogs (16-9) will be in Tyler for the girls Region 2 tournament, as well, if they got past Athens (13-10). The KHS-Athens winner will play either Mabank (18-5) or Princeton (18-6) on Friday at 11 a.m. at Rose. The regional final will be Saturday at Rose, also at 11 a.m. Kilgore 5, Pleasant Grove 2 (boys): Pleasant Grove actually led Kilgore early, a goal by Dillon Williams with 32:04 left in the first half. For Kilgore, the shock of trailing must have worn off fairly quickly. The Bulldogs tied it up 16 minutes later on a header by David Garcia, and then went up for good on a goal by leading scorer Elian Torres with eight minutes left in the first half. Torres' goal was on an assist by Yoni Contreras. Kilgore wasn't done. Wanya McIntyre managed another goal less than two minutes later, giving the 'Dogs a 3-1 lead at the half. Mateo Meraz took whatever mystery remained in the game out of it with just over three minutes off the second-half clock, making it 4-1, and then Contreras scored one himself at 24:49, Kilgore's final goal of the night. PG added a late goal on a penalty kick, another score by Williams, for the final. The Bulldogs are coached by Austin Walker, in his third season. Kilgore's Lady Bulldogs are coached by Heidi Hagan-McPeak. OUTDOORS KHS DU banquet May 11 Kilgore High School s Ducks Unlimited chapter will host its third annual banquet on Thursday, May 11, at 5:30 p.m. at the Bodacious Barbecue at Interstate 20 and Highway 42 North. Kilgore has one of the nation s top DU high school chapters the program ranks seventh nationally this year, and was sixth a year ago. KHS DU finished the two previous school years as the top high school DU chapter in Texas. Kristin Clark Pieper and Travis Orms are the program s faculty sponsors, and Emalie Hanewald is the president. 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10 LOCAL KILGORE NEWS HERALD PAGE 10 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 2017 KilGogh adds to downtown décor By CHELSEA KATZ KilGogh took a journey this year through downtown Kilgore for its fifth annual two-day festival. With the theme Goghing Places, artists explored different destinations and modes of travel, in addition to sending visitors through businesses and art stations to see and create their own artwork. About 22 artists gathered downtown in various spaces to display their artwork during Friday evening s KilGogh Art and Wine Exhibition, set up this year as an art stroll through a dozen locations, including eight active businesses and four currently vacant-yet-available locations. That artwork remained in place Saturday as the all-day free festival kicked off with activities along Main Street and N. Kilgore Street for families to join the artwork inside. It s fun, it really is, painter Melody Ansley said about participating in KilGogh. Everyone s so appreciative. Even if they don t buy, they give you some feedback, so that s always helpful. This was Kilgore Chamber of Commerce Tourism Manager Ryan Polk s first KilGogh experience, and he called it exciting with Friday evening s event extending the hours of downtown past 6 p.m. and inviting people to explore stores they might not have visited. We re very excited to feature local talent, J&Co. co-owner and operator Julie Beck said. I love it; it brought people in to see what we have in the stores and to appreciate the different artists and things that we have We were so pleased to host it. We love having events in downtown Kilgore and that s what we want to do is do more of these things and give people a reason to come and shop and enjoy and play here. Our downtown is so conducive to that. She said people seemed happy and appeared to be having a good time during the upbeat event. NEWS HERALD photos by JAMES DRAPER Abigail Joy adds a chalk drawing to North Kilgore Street during Saturday's KilGogh Arts Festival and KidsGogh. Artist and crafter Lori O'Connor visits with a customer. New Hope Baptist Church's Annointed Praise Dancers entertain the KilGogh crowd. It s wonderful to have those kinds of things in Kilgore: look at something pretty and eat good food and drink good wine, she said. Longview ISD art instructor and sculptor Jeff Hull won Best In Show (for a second time) with his 'Goghing Places' themed piece, ''Going With the Wind.' In addition to the artists, the evening s festivities included samples from the Kilgore College Culinary Arts program, area wineries and, new to KilGogh, a brewery. With a successful fifth year, Polk said, he could see the event growing and changing to bring even more visitors to Kilgore. It s evolving, and I think it s evolving in a positive way, he said. I think everyone had a great time." With most of his day spent in the Main Street District, he noted, many people spent more than just one or two hours at the event, which was the goal. With family-friendly activities, live entertainment, shopping, food and a Cinema Under the Stars presentation of Disney s Moana Saturday, he said, the festival had something for everyone. Without thinking about it, they just had fun, he continued. Everyone just kind of did their own thing, so that s always a fun experience where you can enjoy yourself at your own pace, especially when you have kids. Art lovers, children, parents and movie goers all got a great taste of what downtown Kilgore had to offer over this two day event, Kilgore City Manager Josh Selleck said. Longview-Kilgore Cable s presentation of Moana served as a grand finale for the event with the characters Gramma Tala, Maui, and Pua all welcoming guests to this year s KilGogh Arts Festival and KidsGogh activities. We had a great day! KidsGogh organizer and AcroFlyers coach Ada Alexander said. Alexander estimated about 600 children made their way through the KidsGogh booths throughout the day while entertainers filled the Main Street stage. We were real pleased with the turnout considering there was baseball and soccer and all kinds of things going on. We had a lot of families out. We had a lot of people for Cinema Under the Stars. In total, organizers estimate the two-day saw between 1,100 and 1,300 people visit downtown Kilgore, while proceeds from the event are still being calculated. Find more about the event in Saturday's edition of the Kilgore News Herald.com Department hosts prescription drug take-back April 29 By JAMES DRAPER Kilgore Police Department is once again partnering with the Drug Enforcement Administration to help keep prescription drugs out of the wrong hands. On Saturday, April 29, KPD officers will man a take-back station from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at CVS Phar- macy, giving residents a spot to drop-off their old meds, disposing of them simply, easily, safely and correctly. KPD s a regular participant in the national effort, Assistant Chief Roman Roberson said. Anytime you store an unused, unwanted, expired medication, it can lead to a lot of bad stuff: whether it s accidental poisoning, drug abuse, drug trafficking, he said. This is a great way to get rid of them. At the very least, the takeback effort helps educate people on how they should not flush old prescriptions down the toilet and into the water system. Meanwhile, It s a safe way all the way around to get them disposed of and keep them out of someone else s hands. Beautiful weather means... The department stages a take-back several times a year, he noted, but also offers the service 24-hours-aday year-round through a receptacle in the KPD lobby. You can come up, day or night or evening, and drop your unwanted medications off in the drop-box, Roberson said. Anytime, including April 29, We re not going to ask who you are. It s all anonymous. All we want to do is dispose of this medication. The take-back event will not accept needles, liquids or illicit drugs. For more information, contact KPD at Bank hosts Relay for Life food-raiser Citizens Bank will be raising funds for Kilgore Relay for Life Friday evening with an all-you-can-eat charity crawfish boil and catfish fry. The fundraiser runs from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at 301 E. Main Street tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door and includes live entertainment by Lady Chazz and the Tramps. Advance tickets can be purchased at the Citizens Main Bank or its in-store location in Brookeshire s. All proceeds from the all-you-can-eat event benefit the American Cancer Society s Relay for Life. With local fundraisers ongoing, this year s big RFL-Kilgore event begins at 4 p.m. Saturday, April 29, at Kilgore City Park. Learn more about Friday s fare from Citizens Bank at For more information about local Relay for Life efforts, log on to relayforlife.org/greggsouthtx, call or By JAMES DRAPER Sat & Sun Apr 8-9, a.m. - 5 p.m. FREE ADMISSION A round or two of golf! GOLF SPECIAL EVERY WEDNESDAY Seniors & Ladies $20 (Includes 18 holes & cart) 1306 Houston street Contact Kyla: Find F i us on facebook at
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THE 35th ANNUAL EVENT WILL BE ON MARCH 13, 2016 Get ready for another great show! The Michigan Buggy Builders VW & Off-Road Trade Show and Swap Meet will be celebrating its 35th Annual event on March 13th.
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08 movie on the 2 nd Friday of the month. All movies will be rated G or PG and start at 6:00pm. Admission fee includes 2 slices of Little Caesars Pizza and a juice box. movie: Pete's Dragon 15 Fall Kick