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3:41 am
Thu April 10, 2008

Chili Fest Saturday in Commerce

Commerce

– The 5th Annual Cowhill Chili Fest and Barbeque Cook-off takes place Saturday in Commerce. In addition to the chili competition, judges will be on hand for salsa, bean and steak contests as well. Chili will be served from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.; hamburgers and barbeque sandwiches will be available later on in the day. The all day event also features a bike show, fun run, mechanical bull riding, face painting, wine tasting, as well as performances by local bands.

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KETR Local
2:53 am
Thu April 10, 2008

Causes determined for two of three recent fires

Commerce

– New information has emerged concerning three recent fires in Commerce. Commerce Fire Chief Tommy Eaton says last week's fire at Creekside Manor Apartments along Culver Street is the only one still under investigation. Three apartments were damaged in the blaze, but there were no injuries. The seven displaced are said to have been re-located by either the apartment complex or the American Red Cross.

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KETR Local
11:35 am
Wed April 9, 2008

Commerce City Manager search enters latest stage

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KETR Local
10:05 am
Wed April 9, 2008

New development in Rains County triple murder

Rains County – Capital murder indictments have been handed down in connection with a Rains County triple homicide. The Rains County grand jury issued the indictments against three of four suspects arrested in the case.

16-year-old Erin Caffey remains in custody in the Hunt County Juvenile Detention Center, as she is also a suspect involving the murders of her mother and two brothers that occurred on March 1.

Click the MP3 icon to listen as KETR's Greenville Correspondent Brad Kellar reports.

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KETR Local
9:18 am
Wed April 9, 2008

Lots of rain, more expected

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KETR Local
10:13 am
Tue April 8, 2008

Runoff totals for Hunt & Delta Counties

Scott Harvey

Hunt, Delta County – Hunt County voters again turned out in large numbers for Tuesday's Primary Runoff election. Randy Meeks came away with the Republican nomination for Hunt County Sheriff, defeating Richard Hill with almost 54% of the vote. Meeks will go on to face Democrat Dewey Watson in November. The race accounted for a total of nearly 3,500 votes from Hunt County residents.

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KETR Local
8:16 am
Tue April 8, 2008

SURRMA to meet in Paris

Paris – A regional mobility authority is meeting again this week. The Sulphur River Regional Mobility Authority or SURRMA board could possibly establish the organizations first set of by-laws during a meeting Wednesday in Paris. SURMA represents Hunt, Delta, Hopkins and Lamar Counties and focuses on transportation improvements throughout the area. Their first planned project is completing the expansion into four lanes of State Highway 24 from Commerce to Paris.

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KETR Local
11:59 am
Mon April 7, 2008

Greenville Council to considering joining MPA

Greenville – The City of Greenville may be leaving the driving to the Council of Governments soon. The City Council tomorrow is scheduled to vote on a resolution supporting the inclusion of the city into the Dallas/Forth Worth Metropolitan Planning Area, a transportation planning organization currently comprised of five counties. Last week the Commerce City Council passed a similar measure.

Click the MP3 icon to listen as KETR's Greenville Correspondent Brad Kellar reports.

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Columns
10:30 am
Mon April 7, 2008

KETR'S CHAMPIONSHIP CHALLENGE!!

Accurately guess who will win Monday night's NCAA Men's Basketball Championship game & the correct scores for each team? and win tickets to Schlitterbahn!!

KETR'S CHAMPIONSHIP CHALLENGE!!

Accurately guess who will win Monday night's NCAA Men's Basketball Championship game & the correct scores for each team? and win tickets to Schlitterbahn!!

Just send us your guess (winner and scores for each team) to mornings@ketr.org along with your name, address and phone number.

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KETR Local
8:15 am
Mon April 7, 2008

KETR to cover Tuesday's runoffs

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