Brad Kellar

Reporter

Brad is a 1979 graduate of Lake Highlands High School, and attended Richland College in Dallas and East Texas State University. He’s been married since 1994 to his wife, Vida, and has three children; Nick, 21, Jaylynn, 12, and Jason, 5, and one granddaughter, Lauryn, 3. He’s a crazed fan of the Dallas Cowboys, the 2011 NBA Champion Dallas Mavericks, and the 2011 ALCS champ Texas Rangers.

As a journalist, Brad is a beat writer and go-to reporter for the Greenville Herald-Banner, as well as a log-time contributor to KETR News.

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Recycling Theft
9:50 am
Thu December 20, 2012

Local Recyclers Indicted for Theft

Dub's Recycling
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The owners of a Commerce-area recycling business have been indicted for receiving stolen materials.

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Joseph Scott Sword
9:43 am
Thu December 20, 2012

Former Northeast Texas Resident Pleads Guilty to Threatening President

An area man has been convicted of making threats against the President of the United States from his state prison cell.

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Commerce Stabbing
9:36 am
Thu December 20, 2012

Suspect in Commerce Stabbing Faces Unrelated Assault Charge

Commerce Police Department

A Commerce woman charged with murder involved in the stabbing death of a Greenville man also has a trial pending on an unrelated indictment alleging she assaulted a Commerce Police officer.

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School Threats
9:28 am
Thu December 20, 2012

Ford High School Student Arrested for Alleged Threats Against School

Quinlan ISD

A Quinlan Ford High School student was arrested Tuesday for allegedly making threats against the school.

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City of Greenville
7:50 am
Wed December 19, 2012

Greenville Council to Hold Special Session

City of Greenville

The Greenville City Council will be meeting in a special session this week. The council is scheduled to convene one more time this year to accept the resignation of city attorney Brent A. Money.

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Water Supply
7:47 am
Wed December 19, 2012

More Water to Flow Through Area Pipes?

Soon, the waters of Lake Texoma may no longer be off limits to North Texas residents and businesses, including many in rural Hunt County. Legislation has been filed in the nation’s capital which would remove a bureaucratic barrier preventing local water districts from transporting drinking water out of the lake.

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William Alton Easterling
9:29 am
Tue December 18, 2012

Attorney Appointed for Man Accused of Trying to Run Over Firefighters

Ideal Circle, West Tawakoni
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An attorney has been appointed for a Hunt County man charged with trying to run over firefighters.

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Bernard Kelley Jr.
9:21 am
Tue December 18, 2012

Sentence Handed Down in February 2011 Shooting

A local man has been sentenced to prison after he was found guilty of aggravated assault rather than murder.

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School Safety
9:17 am
Tue December 18, 2012

Three Local School Districts Have Yet to File Safety Audits

Cooper Bulldogs
Cooper ISD

Some area school districts have come up short in filing safety plans with the state.

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Christmas Giving
7:59 am
Mon December 17, 2012

Filling boxes to Help Those in Need

HCSMfish.org

Volunteers are expected to be busy this week, filling the boxes which will provide extra food to families in need this Christmas.

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