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Daniel Starks

Operations Technician

Daniel was born and raised in Commerce, TX, and has been a life-long listener of 88.9 KETR. After listening to ‘The Art of Sound’ with Mark Chapman as a child, he enjoyed the thought of being able to broadcast across NE Texas.  He is now a Radio/Television student at Texas A&M University-Commerce and hopes to continue his work in radio after he graduates. He has been heard in the past as the host of ‘All Things Considered’, ‘Movie Picks with Alice Reese’ and ‘The Morning Bell’.

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COMMERCE - Residents filled the Commerce City Hall Council Chambers Thursday evening as part of a second meeting to brainstorm ideas on how to plan, promote, and carry out an effort to save the city's public library, a Texas historical landmark constructed in 1918. 

Goodbye Sunshine!

Jun 5, 2012
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With graduations underway and summer schools starting, the skies are expected to yield to shade and rain across some parts of the region this week.

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After a busy week for electricity companies and tree services, the storms that caused minor wind damage across the region have left the building.

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As most people were falling asleep, Mother Nature was starting her day off with a bang!

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Grab the hot dogs and the hamburger patties, because this should be a great weekend for a cookout!

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Summer makes it's first appearance as the first tropical storm forms in the Eastern North Pacific

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Technology and weather awareness work hand-in-hand in a new project that brings a special type of text messaging to your mobile device when severe weather is near you.

Winners in Saturday's Local Elections

May 12, 2012
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The polls are closed, the votes have been tallied and we now know the preference of Northeast Texans for local city council and school board races.

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Friday evening brought dangerous lightning, heavy rains, and a few automobile rescues to Northeast Texas.

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As college students prepare to move out, rain could delay them this weekend.

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As the thought of summer becomes reality, cooler temperatures puts the reality on hold!

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Planning on going to the lake, flying a kite, or having a cookout this weekend? Well it looks like it will be a good one to do so!

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The two year long weather phenomenon, La Nina, has gone.

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Have you had allergies lately? How about since the beginning of April? Well you might have a break from them this weekend!

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As storm season hits its mid-life, Mother Nature is deciding to prove it in the western counties.

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They say that April showers bring May flowers, but in our case it's bringing May heat!

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Winter has come and gone here in Northeast Texas, but apparently Mother Nature has different plans for the Northeastern states.

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