KETR Local Sportscasts
10:41 am
Mon September 7, 2009

KETR Sportscast 9-07-09

KETR Sportscast 9-07-09

CHS Tigers lose football home opener; Greenville Lions move to 2-0 on the season; Other area Friday night recaps; Tough weekend for A&M-Commerce sports.

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KETR Local Newscasts
10:38 am
Mon September 7, 2009

KETR Newscast 9-07-09

Local ISD's to provide viewing options of President Obama's speech; Public meetings set for Tuesday in Greenville on proposed budget and tax rate; Organizations to honor lives lost on September 11, 2001 this Friday; Greenville residents with a few days remaining during amnesty period before warrant round-up.

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KETR Local
9:48 am
Mon September 7, 2009

Amnesty period approaching for Greenville citizens


Greenville – Greenville residents have only a few days remaining to clear up any outstanding fines.

When the amnesty period began Aug. 30, there were more than 1,200 names on the outstanding warrant list of persons, who owed more than $1.3 million in outstanding fines. Since then, only about $18,000 had been collected and 122 warrants cleared.

Those who pay their outstanding balances prior to the upcoming warrant round-up will avoid arrest, and can save money by avoiding a warrant fee and the cost of posting a bond.

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KETR Local
8:28 am
Mon September 7, 2009

Local ceremony Friday for September 11


Greenville – Local organizations plan to hold a ceremony this week to mark the eight anniversary of September 11.

"We remember", the third annual Hunt County Patriot Day Memorial, is scheduled at the north steps of the Hunt County Courthouse, starting at 10 a.m. Friday.

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KETR Local
8:25 am
Mon September 7, 2009

Greenville to hold public hearings on budget, tax rate


Greenville – Public hearings regarding the City of Greenville budget are scheduled for Tuesday. Hearings will take place during the city council's regular session, starting at 6 p.m. in the Municipal Building downtown.

City manager Steve Alexander has proposed a $56 million budget, funded by a property tax rate of 71 cents per $100 valuation, down from the current 72 cents. No pay raises are planned for employees, other than those required under the civil service pay plan, which would impact about 20 workers.

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KETR Local
9:49 am
Sun September 6, 2009

CISD to provide viewing opportunity of Obama speech


Commerce – The Commerce ISD on Tuesday will give students who wish to view President Obama's national address on education the opportunity to do so.

The district will not, however, show the speech live which is scheduled for 11 a.m. Tuesday.

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KETR Local
12:42 am
Sat September 5, 2009

Friday Night Scoreboard, September 4


– Greenville - 29
Little Elm - 14

Rockwall Heath - 31
Sherman - 40

Royse City - 26
Atlanta - 27

Rowlett - 28
Rockwall - 31

Liberty-Eylau - 28
Mt. Pleasant - 34

Whitehouse - 26
Sulphur Springs - 36

Crandall - 9
Commerce - 6

Paris - 33
Pine Tree - 0

Sanger - 35
Bonham - 14

Quinlan Ford - 27
Van Alstyne - 42

Anna - 20
Tom Bean - 12

Terrell - 21
North Lamar - 7

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KETR Local
3:11 pm
Fri September 4, 2009

Little damage despite lengthy fire near Commerce


Commerce – Despite taking three hours to contain, no significant damage was reported following a hay fire in Commerce Thursday.

No injuries were reported from the fire, which occurred off of County Road 4308 near Neylandville. According to Commerce Fire Chief Brian McNevin, about fifteen hay bales caught fire, but were contained to less than one acre.

It was unclear what caused the blaze.

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KETR Local
2:57 pm
Fri September 4, 2009

String of thefts reported at A&M-Commerce


Commerce – Due to recent reports of thefts on campus, officials at Texas A&M University-Commerce are advising faculty and staff in helping to prevent future incidents.

Over the past three months, the campus has been the victim of a string of thefts involving electronic items from computer labs, personal offices, and classrooms.

Staff is being advised to take a visual inventory of your department's property every day, be sure to lock doors, report strange activity and immediately report lost or stolen keys.

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Radio
11:48 am
Fri September 4, 2009

The Lead: Friday, September 4, 2009

The Lead: The exclusive news magazine of Northeast Texas. Hosted by KETR News Director Scott Harvey.

The Lead: Friday, September 4, 2009

The Lead: The exclusive news magazine of Northeast Texas. Hosted by KETR News Director Scott Harvey.

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