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This program features a conversation on the student-produced "Lions After Dark" program with host Elizabeth Rodriguez and guest Brandon Bailey, a recent Texas A&M-Commerce graduate, sharing their perspective on the city of Commerce.  It may surprise you how positive it is. "Lions After Dark" recently won second place for student radio entertainment programs in the National Broadcast Society competition.

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KETR general manager Jerrod Knight discusses the station's foray into local podcasting, with a new series, "Convo," produced by KETR's "All Things Considered" news host Scott Morgan.  It features conversations on wide-ranging subjects from Bitcoin to North Korea.  Others are "Buried," the story of a young Hunt County woman who disappeared in 1991, never to be found, produced by George Hale, and "Points of Interest," produced by Texas A&M-Comm

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It took a devastating storm to level Puerto Rico in September for a surprising number of people here in Northeast Texas to learn that the island is a U.S. territory.

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U.S. Drought Monitor

The number of burn bans in Northeast Texas increased to three Tuesday.

The housing market in Hunt County  had a strong May. The Herald Banner reported today that the Hunt County housing market’s latest numbers show a 17 percent rise in new listings in the county compared to last May. There was also a 7 percent uptick in total listings compared to last year.

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An undercover investigation into alleged inhumane conditions at Georgia-based chicken processing company Pilgrim’s Pride also names the company’s Northeast Texas slaughterhouse in a set of cruelty complaints. 

The SPCA of Texas Thursday announced the seizure of more than five dozen fighting birds and alleged cockfighting paraphernalia from a van Tuesday night.

McKinney Police Sergeant Audrey Lee Palmer was charged Thursday with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after allegedly stabbing his wife in their home after a date night. 

The city of Dallas will get $330 million towards water and wastewater systems improvements in several counties. 

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KETR General Manger Jerrod Knight says KETR is now available for streaming on iTunes Radio, meaning listeners are able to hear the station anywhere in the world.  And Jerrod says KETR.org now reaches about 12-15,000 people per week.

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KETR general manager Jerrod Knight, a guest on Blacklands Cafe on this first day of the KETR spring pledge drive, says a recent Advertising Age article shows that radio listening is about as strong as its ever been.

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Each year, the Texas Associated Press Broadcasters conducts a professionally-judged competition to evaluate stations who subscribe to AP services on a number of different facets of news and information broadcasting. This year, KETR comes away with five first-place awards, four second-place awards, and two honorable mentions.

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Second place: KETR News Director Mark Haslett.

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KETR general manager Jerrod Knight reveals some of his tips for preparing haute cuisine in this edition of the Blacklands Cafe.

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The two men who escaped from the Hopkins County jail Tuesday morning were captured late Thursday afternoon in Cooper.

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KETR won first place in its division in the categories of light feature, serious feature, website and use of actuality-production.

Scott Harvey has been the voice of local news on 88.9 since November of 2007. We must now bid a fond farewell to the hardworking journalist, editor, and host who's become a fixture here in Northeast Texas.

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COMMERCE - The month was November. The year was 1982… or ’83… and Dr. W.R. “Bill” Ogden had tuned into 88.9 FM KETR to listen to the Bluegrass Express with Dave Heath.

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As is sometimes the case, 88.9 KETR must perform routine maintenance on our broadcast transmitter in order to continue to deliver the high-quality news and public radio programming you've come to expect from us.

Movie Picks with Alice Reese

Dec 30, 2011

In this episode of Movie Picks, Alice discusses her favorite pick, A Dangerous Method, the Artist, and We Bought a Zoo.

R. Allen Appeal Rejected

Dec 29, 2011

R. Allen Stanford’s appeal for a postponement of his trial has been rejected by a federal judge.

Ron Paul Becoming more Competitive

Dec 28, 2011

As the first day of voting quickly approaches, longtime Texas Congressman Ron Paul is becoming more competitive.

Today's program is a breakdown of history as it seems to repeat itself in today's political climate.