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  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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Goose guide Rick Hrncir setting up a decoy spread.

Tune in to Outdoors with Luke Clayton this week and learn about some red hot, close-to-home goose hunting. Veteran goose guide Rick Hrncir with Family Affair Guide Service ( gives some goose hunting tips.

Larry Large talks "tea birds" with Luke this week
Luke Clayton

Tune in this week and listen to Luke and veteran duck guide Larry Large talk what else? DUCK HUNTING

Lance Evans fights to make the catch over one of the best defenders in the conference.

56. That's how many touchdowns the A&M-Commerce Lions notched in the 2015 regular season. That is...a lot. In fact, enough to earn the Lone Star Conference title for the second year in a row (first time the Lions have accomplished that feat since 1959) and to earn an NCAA Division II Playoff appearance (first time since since 1995).

The No. 20 Lions head to Big Rapids, Michigan to face No. 2 Ferris State Bulldogs at 11am Saturday, Nov. 21st, with pre-game on KETR starting at 10:30am.

Wayne Hays joins Luke this week and gives some very effective pointers that will help reduce wild hog numbers and put some great tasting pork in the freezer.
Luke Clayton

Luke visitis with Wayne Hays this week and learns some tricks that will help not only reduce wild hog numbers but put some great tasting pork in the freezer! 

Happy Opener of Deer Season! In today's show, Luke visits with guide Seth Vanover about a red hot crappie bite underway at Lake Fork. There's also lots of deer hunting talk.
Seth Vanover, Luke Clayton

As Deer season begins in full this weekend, Luke speaks again with Lake Fork guide Seth Vanover to update last week's discussion about Crappie fishing (spoiler: the fishin' is good!).

Fishing Guide Seth Vanover showing off a catch.
Luke Clayton

Luke visits with guide Seth Vanover this week.

Kansas has some giant whitetail, both bucks and does. This good eating grain fed doe tips the scales at 160 pounds.
Luke Clayton

This week, Luke visits with hunting outfitter Larry Large, ( and talks about a recent bow hunt for Kansas whitetail. Larry gives some good information for hunters planning a trip to Kansas next year.

Luke comes to us this week from a deer hunt in northern Kansas.
Luke Clayton

Luke comes to us this week from a deer hunt in northern Kansas.

The new marker is written in both traditional and contemporary Mandarin Chinese.
Jared Horn / Texas A&M University-Commerce

An official Texas State Historical Marker - the first of its kind in Chinese - was unveiled at the birthplace of Lt. Gen. Claire Lee Chennault at 1509 Monroe St. in Commerce on Oct. 14. About 300 people attended the dedication ceremony, which was broadcast live on KETR.

Deer, duck, and crappie all on the topic list today
Garett Gabriel - /

Luke visits with guide Seth Vanover and gets some current fish catching tips for lake Fork and discusses the opener of bow season which is today! Luke also gives some tips on fishing at Galveston and talks about a trip for redfish and trout he's planning next week.

Mike Williams shows off a Gulf catch, but this week the talk is of catching shark.

Fall fishing is underway on the upper Texas Coast. Join Luke and his guest veteran guide Capt. Mike Williams for a current update.

Bob Lusk talks about private pond management and gives tips on fall and winter feeding.

Private waters fishery biologist Bob Lusk ( is Luke's guest this week. Bob talks about private pond management and gives tips on fall and winter feeding. 

Dean Stovall poses with an Elk the Luke and crew got on the first day of the trip.
Luke Clayton

Luke has joined some friends in the Colorado Rockies to hunt Elk. Along the way, he paused to share some of the experience with us as we hear a few details recorded at different times during the excursion. Luke shares some great camp cooking tips, hurdles to overcome with a successful kill on the mountain, and even the impact of mother nature.

Many duck blinds on Caddo lake have been in place for over 100 years, they are as much a part of Lake Caddo as the cypress trees. Texas Parks and Wildlife has decreed that the blinds on the north side of the lake within the wildlife management area must b
Luke Clayton

Luke visits with long time Caddo Lake guide Billy Carter and discusses the TPWD (Texas Parks and Wildlife) decision to remove some century old duck blinds on Caddo Lake.

A couple of Luke's hunting buddys with the Nite Site mounted above the rifle scope and the Nite Site spotter for scanning into the darkness. This big boar was taken at 95 yards in pitch darkness with the Nite Site.
Luke Clayton

This week, Kenny Richardson with Nite Site (  joins Luke and discusses some state of art technology that will help put wild pork in the freezer.