Kevin Jefferies

Operations Manager

As KETR Operations Manager, Kevin Jefferies is responsible for making sure you hear what you’re supposed to be hearing on FM 88.9 and ketr.org.  Since 1998, KETR listeners have heard Kevin in multiple roles.  Kevin also has many behind the scenes responsibilities, including the supervision of student broadcasters.  Kevin is a graduate of the Radio-Television program at Texas A&M University-Commerce.  A nearly lifelong resident of northeast Texas, Kevin is an alum of Ford High School in Quinlan.

Ways to Connect

David Hanson (top right) joins Luke this week to talk about catfish.
Luke Clayton

This week, Luke visits with a couple of catfish pro guides that give some tips to help you put together the making of a big catfish fish fry. At Fork, guide Seth Vanover is hammering the channel catfish in shallow water while over at Tawakoni, guide David Hanson is catching lots and lots of eater size blue catfish in the 3-6 pound range from shallow water.

BBQ champ Obie Obermark joins Luke this week.
Obie Obermark (www.obiecue.com)

  This week, Luke visits with noted BBQ expert and spice maker Obie Obermark. Obie's spices (www.obiecue.com ) have taken 3 different world championship titles. Obie not only explains how to make great tasting BBQ but goes into great detail explaining exact what is occurring during the cooking process.  

Joe Dunn and "The Beast" transforming wild hog into meals for the homeless.
Luke Clayton

Joe Dunn and his wife Donna have used this smoker (nicknamed "The Beast") to feed many homeless folks through the years that would otherwise have little, if anything to eat. This week, Luke and Joe tell about how some wild pork was transformed into many tasty meals for folks that greatly appreciated the effort.   

A cabin at the Crockett Family Resort on Houston County Lake. www.crockettresort.com
Luke Clayton

This week Luke introduces you to one of his favorite fishing/camping getaways; Houston County Lake near Crockett, Texas.    

Luke explores concerns of the fate of the National Bison Range and American Bison such as these with writer Susan Campbell Reneau.
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Noted outdoor writer Susan Campbell Reneau joins Luke this week to talk about the National Bison Range and concerns over how that land may be affected by potential changes in federal regulations.

Bob Wucher joins Luke this week to discuss tips for feeding fish in private ponds.
Luke Clayton

This week, Luke visits with Bob Wucher with Purina Mills and discusses feeding fish in private ponds and small lakes. If you manage small waters for fishing, it will soon be time to begin your spring/summer feeding program. Wucher divulges some tips that will not only help your fish grow faster but save you money as well.    

David Hanson (top right) joins Luke this week to talk about catfish.
Luke Clayton

Lake Tawakoni catfish guide David Hanson www.littledsguideservice.com  is Luke's guest this week. Rising water has put the catfish in a big time biting mode. Tune in and listen to David and Luke discuss how to catch them.    

Larry Large shows off a catch.
Luke Clayton

This week, Luke's guest is long time Lake Fork bass guide Larry Large. Larry says the largemouth bass spawn at Fork is still a couple weeks away but he is enjoying some great bass fishing at Lake Welsh, a 1,200 acre warm water reservoir where bass have had time to recover from the spawn and are currently on an aggressive bite. Tune in this week and learn how to catch them. Large's website is www.huntingeasttexas.com

    

Outdoor cooking expert Ed Richer joins Luke this week
Luke Clayton

 

This week Luke visits with his friend Ed Richer and discusses curing and smoking everything from wild goose breasts to pork loin. Richer is a veteran outdoor cook/event caterer with many years of experience. For more information on curing/smoking game and domestic meats, visit Richer's Facebook Page Eds Haus.

Luke speaks with Larry Sparks this week about catfish at Lake Texoma.
Luke Clayton

 

This week Luke visits with his friend Larry Sparks with Sparkys Guide Service at Lake Texoma. Because of a lower than normal water temperature for this time of year, the striper bite has slowed but... catfishing is awesome! Sparks discusses how he rigs jug lines for big blues and catches bunches of good eating channel catfish on baited holes using punch bait.

Goose guide Rick Hrncir setting up the decoy spread.
http://www.familyaffairguideservice.com/

This week, Luke's guest is waterfowl guide Rick Hrncir with Family Affair Guide Service (www.familyaffairguideservice.com.)  Rick talks about hunting snow geese during the special Conservation season which is currently underway. Rick is currently hunting some large concentrations of snow geese on the farm country south of Corsicana.

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Veteran broadcast team Charlie Chitwood and Brock Callaway handled the call for an historic season for the A&M-Commerce Lions. The Lions earned the Lone Star Conference title for the second year in a row (first time the Lions have accomplished that feat since 1959) and an NCAA Division II Playoff appearance (first time since since 1995). 

David Hanson (top right) joins Luke this week to talk about catfish.
Luke Clayton

This week, Luke visits with veteran Lake Tawakoni trophy blue catfish guide David Hanson (www.littledsguideservice.com). Tune in and learns how Hanson consistently puts his clients on monster blue catfish.

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