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Perez, Machorro Go From A&M-Commerce to the NFL

Two players from last year's NCAA Division II National Champion Texas A&M University-Commerce Lions signed with the NFL this week. Harlon Hill Trophy-winning Lions quarterback Luis Perez signed with the Los Angeles Rams; All-American Lions tackle Jared Machorro signed with the Indianapolis Colts. For more, listen here:

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Attendees enjoy cake and conversation at KETR's 30th Anniversary reception.

Door prizes were given away as a "Thanks" for everyone's support. KETR also managed to find a few generous souls who pledged their ongoing support for KETR. We couldn't do it without the help of people like you.

KETR General Manager Vicki Holloway has a word with Bluegrass Special host Bill Ogden.

You can catch the Bluegrass Special with Railroad Bill every Sunday from 7pm to 10pm on 88.9 KETR.

KETR General Manager cuts the KETR anniversary cake.

With KETR celebrating 30 years, the station seeks to bring new programming to the public, but also emphasizes that KETR is listener supported, and urges you to make your contribution today, so KETR can bring you another 30 years of excellence in serving Northeast Texas.

Commerce – The A&M-Commerce men's basketball team hit the court tonight to face Tarleton State in the second round of the Lone Star Conference tournament. Tip off is set for 8 o'clock tonight, with live play-by-play coverage beginning at 7:45 here on 88-9. The championship game is set for 7:30 Saturday.


Texas A&M-University-Commerce President Keith McFarland stops by to celebrate KETR's anniversary.

Each month Dr. McFarland joins us on A&M-Commerce Today to fill us in on everything happening at the University.

Mark Chapman traps Bill Ogden in conversation, and Twila Scroggins looks on with sympathy.

With both Mark Chapman and Bill Ogden having been on the KETR airwaves for over 15 years, there's plenty about which to reminisce.

Commerce – A&M-Commerce moved back to the top of the South Central Regional Rankings in the latest national poll after their last regular season win over Angelo State. Whoever holds the top spot in the final poll will be host to the first 3 rounds of the NCAA Division 2 tournament. The Lions won the first game of the Lone Star Conference tournament Tuesday, and are set to face Tarleton State in the semi-finals tomorrow at 8 in the A&M-Commerce fieldhouse.

Live coverage of the game begins at 7:45 on 88.9, KETR.

Commerce – The Commerce City Council passed the second reading on an ordinance that controls the presence of animals at city sanctioned events and in city parks. The Council had concerns on the first reading of the ordinance, as they did not want to limit residents' ability to enjoy city parks with their pets, but wanted a framework allowing the city to deal with animals at large gatherings or in the event of legitimate complaints. The Council passed the ordinance on the second reading after modifications to address those concerns.

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