Kevin Jefferies

Operations Manager

As KETR Operations Manager, Kevin Jefferies is responsible for making sure you hear what you’re supposed to be hearing on FM 88.9 and  Since 1998, KETR listeners have heard Kevin in multiple roles.  Kevin also has many behind the scenes responsibilities, including the supervision of student broadcasters.  Kevin is a graduate of the Radio-Television program at Texas A&M University-Commerce.  A nearly lifelong resident of northeast Texas, Kevin is an alum of Ford High School in Quinlan.

Ways to Connect

Luke Clayton

Tawakoni guide Larry Thomas joins Luke this week.

Audio: Fishing on Texoma and Fork

Jan 30, 2013
Luke Clayton

Listen as Luke talks fishing with guides from Lake Texoma and Lake Fork.

Audio: Hogs in Northeast Texas

Jan 23, 2013
Luke Clayton

Wild hogs are over abundant in Northeast Texas, as this trail camera image attests. 

We'll be updating this post with the latest closing, cancelation, and delay information for  Wednesday January 16th.

Texas A&M University-Commerce Library

Winter Weather hits Northeast Texas this morning, with the Texas Department of Transportation surveying the situation on our roadways.  Here's the latest from TxDOT for Northeast Texas.

Jerrod Knight

A new A&M-Commerce Athletic Director was introduced this morning. Jerrod Knight is live-blogging the press conference, scheduled for 11am, on this post.

Cecil Martin Captured

Dec 7, 2012
Cindy Roller

Cecil Martin became an escape artist recently after being held in connection to a string of burglaries in Delta County.  Early Friday, his magic ran out when he shed his clothes and made for a briar patch.

Jerrod Knight

Tuesday November 13th, the Greenville Chamber of Commerce hosted a luncheon with Texas Rangers Owner and MLB Hall of Famer Nolan Ryan.

It will be A Storybook Christmas in Downtown Greenville soon.

Morriss, 66, now lives in Lexington, Ky.

A&M-Commerce Head Football Coach Guy Morriss has announced his resignation, but will still be involved with the university.

Avi Selk / Dallas Morning News

"The death of 16-year-old Alicia Moore has been ruled a homicide,"  said Greenville Police cheif Dan Busken today in a press conference. Greenville Police will join with the Van Zandt County Sheriff and the Texas Rangers in the investigation into the death of Alicia Moore.

Commerce High School News

The Commerce Lady Tigers post another dramatic win to advance to the Volleyball Regionals.

Greenville Police have released an official statement after being alerted to a body near Wills Point. The body could be that of missing teenager Alicia Moore, but positive identification has not been made.  The official release follows.

A&M-Commerce honors the memory of Dr. Richard Lampe on Thursday November 1st with flags being flown at half staff across campus. 

Daniel Starks / KETR

COMMERCE - UPDATE 3:49 pm – Lisa Hill, director of development and communications for Hunt Regional Healthcare, tells us the facilities director who reported the alleged gunman “walked right by him” as the man sat on a bench outside the Commerce hospital’s front entrance.