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.

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Captain Mike Williams with a Gulf of Mexico catch.
http://www.galvestonfishingguides.com/

Captain Mike Williams joins Luke this week to talk about catching black drum during the annual drum run at Galveston. 

This week, Luke visits with Guide Larry Sparks, who led a group on Lake Texoma out to haul in this load of Striper.
Luke Clayton

This week, Luke visits with Guide Larry Sparks, owner of Sparky's Guide Service (www.sparkysguideservice.com) at Lake Texoma and talks striper fishing. Luke also wraps up the show sharing his recipe for making Carne Guisada. 

Luke's guest this week is Larry Weishuhn, Mr. Whitetail. Join Larry and Luke "around the campfire" this week. These two old friends will make you feel as though you were right there with them.
www.ghostblind.com

Join Luke and his guest Larry Weishuhn (Mr. Whitetail) this week for an in depth discussion on helicopter hog hunting.

Lone Star Conference Men's Basketball championship bracket for 2015
www.lonestarconference.org

The Lions were set to be the #4 seed regardless of tonight's outcome, but a loss to rival Tarleton is not the outcome the team wanted heading into the Lone Star Conference Championship tournament.

The men will face West Texas A&M on Thursday, March 5th at 8:30pm on the second day of the Lone Star Conference Tournament.

Lone Star Conference women's basketball championship bracket for 2015
www.lonestarconference.org

STEPHENVILLE- With Lone Star Conference Tournament seeding on the line, the A&M-Commerce women's basketball team had to wait a full day to play for their fate, as the game for both men and women were moved from Saturday to Sunday due to the winter weather that has bogged down much of Texas all week long.

Once the game began, it became clear the Tarleton TexAnns would dominate the game. A 55-19 lead at the half led to a 97-53 victory for Tarleton.

The A&M-Commerce Track & Field team picked up their first conference championship in 48 years Sunday, Feb. 28 2015
www.lionathletics.com

LUBBOCK, TEXAS – A&M-Commerce captured its first LSC Track and Field Championship since 1967 and its first indoor title in school history, as the men compiled a score of 245 points to win the 2015 title.

"It was truly a team effort," said head coach Tom Dibbern, "Some scored the big points, some scored the little points, but they all added up. We scored in every event, and that was huge."

Here is an example of a large wild hog trap from www.goinfencing.com and Luke speaks with Don Gresham about this and unique ways of trapping wild hogs.
http://www.goinfencing.com/

This week, Luke's guest is Don Gresham with Goin Fencing (www.goinfencing.com). Don talks about a unique way of controlling wild hogs using a special app on a smart phone and a unique trap. This system has helped remove thousands of pesky porkers from the Texas landscape. 

Luke visits with Texas Deer Association President Bob Price.
http://www.texasdeerassociation.com/

Luke visits with Bob Price, president of TDA Texas Deer Association (www.texasdeerassociation.com) this week and discusses whitetail deer breeding in Texas and how the business can help landowners. 

Guide Seth Vanover showing off a catch.
Luke Clayton

Luke's guests this week are fishing guide Seth Vanover (www.lakeforkcatandcrappie.com) and Hunting guide Larry Large (www.huntingeasttexas.com). Seth and Luke discuss a white bass trip on the Sabine River that takes place about the time you are listening to this show. Large talks about planning for out of state hunts. 

Texas Associated Press Broadcasters
www.tapb.org

A district game that had significant meaning for playoff position, the Commerce Tigers traveled to face the Caddo Mills Foxes to end the regular season in 2014. Commerce's starting quarterback Tre Wilson and WR/CB Tre Wilson honored their father Mendy Wilson who had passed away during the week by wearing jerseys to honor him and by winning a thrilling game in overtime.

Eric Dixon with Dixon Hunting joins Luke this week to discuss the use of scents to control wild hog populations.
Luke Clayton

Eric Dixon with Dixon Hunting (www.dixonhunting.com) joins Luke this week to discuss the use of scents to control wild hog populations.   

Bart Payne speaks with Luke this week about some techniques for fishing Bass and Redfish along the coastal waters of Rockport.
Luke Clayton; www.legendpoppingcorks.com / www.legendpoppingcorks.com

Luke visits with his long time friend Bart Payne who has spent many years fishing the coastal waters around Rockport. Bart details his favorite and most productive method of catching Trout and Redfish. Payne is also involved with a line of specialty corks designed to help with fishing on the coast - www.legendpoppingcorks.com.

Air rifle expert Terry Tate shows off a big boar he harvested with a big bore air rifle.
Luke Clayton

Luke visits with Terry Tate and talks about shooting and hunting with air rifles. 

A visitor shows off a large fish caught at the Cree River Lodge in Canada. Lodge Owner Pat Babcock joins Luke this week to talk summer fishing in Canada.
http://www.creeriverlodge.ca/

Pat Babcock, owner of Cree River Lodge is Luke's guest this week. Pat does a great job describing what fishing is like up in northern Canada during the summer months. 

Texas Associated Press Broadcasters
www.tapb.org

The A&M-Commerce Lions vs the Tarleton Texans on 11-8-14. In a roller-coaster game, the Lions fell behind 28-21 at the end of the first half. Receiving to start the 2nd half, the Lions were set near midfield after a Tarleton penalty and 4 plays later had tied the score at 28.

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