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KETR Celebrates 30th Anniversary with a modest reception

KETR turns 30 years old this year, and invited a few friends to come have cake, celebrate, and even have a chance to win a prize or two.KETR is proud to have been serving the Northeast Texas region for 30 years now. From it's humble beginnings to becoming a professionally staffed 100,000 watt NPR station, KETR has always kept the public interest in mind. With local, state and national news combined with the highest quality national programming, KETR seeks to give you an alternative on the radio dial. We at KETR would like to extend a heartfelt "Thanks" to all who have pledged their support over the years, and welcome you to pledge your support if you have not already done so. Help KETR continue a tradition of excellence serving Northeast Texas. Click the links below to see a few photgraphs from the event.

And Click here to read about April 7th being officially named "KETR Day" in Commerce.

Let them eat cake!

Deborah Smith, Vicki Holloway, and Mark Chapman eye the prizes.

Vicki Holloway speaks with Railroad Bill Ogden.

Bill Powers and Mark Chapman reminisce about the "good ole days".

University President Keith McFarland drops in for some cake.

Mark Chapman traps Bill Ogden in conversation!

General Manager Vicki Holloway cuts the cake!