Matt Meinke

Notably Texan Host/Production Director

Born in Dallas, Texas, Matt moved to the Sulphur Springs area in 1990 and settled in Commerce shortly thereafter. Having dreamed of working in radio since childhood, he began working at KETR while taking Radio-Television courses at Texas A&M University-Commerce in 1993. Matt has transitioned from a part-time worker and pupil of KETR, to the station’s Chief Announcer/Producer and supervisor of student broadcasters. A familiar voice of 88-9 KETR, Matt has hosted such shows as The Late Nite Lion, and can currently be heard as host of Notably Texan.

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http://thetravelinggene.blogspot.com

It has been 10 years since Mary Clark and her family had visited neighboring Ft. Worth, and they were pleasantly surprised at the changes they found upon returning.

http://thetravelinggene.blogspot.com

During a recent trip, Mary discovered that an old way of life is still thriving along the Mediterranean Sea.

Danny Barnes Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/danny.barnes)

Danny Barnes has made a name for himself as an unclassifiable artist whose skills on the banjo are unrivaled.

Mary Clark Traveler Blog (http://thetravelinggene.blogspot.com)

Mary tours Italian restaurants in the region, and finds the unexpected common thread of ethnic Albanian owners at many eateries.

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The nominees for the 56th annual Grammy Awards were recently announced, and Texas artists make up a large portion of the group once again.

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Terri Hendrix phoned in to Notably Texan Wednesday from her home in San Marcos to talk to Matt Meinke about music, house concerts, her Own Your Own Universe endeavor, dogs, gardening, and Lloyd Maines.

http://thetravelinggene.blogspot.com

Mary explores the coastline of the European country of Turkey, and finds some of the most memorable waters in the world.

The final game of the 2013 season for Commerce pitted the Tigers against the Caddo Mills Foxes at Memorial Stadium in Commerce. Listen to highlights, and see results from other regional games.

As the end of regular season draws nearer, The Commerce Tigers' quest for another win continued as they traveled to face Farmersville.

Commerce continued their quest for a win on Friday night at their Homecoming game, hosting The Howe Bulldogs at Memorial Stadium. Hear highlights from KETR's call of that game, and see score results from other games across Northeast Texas.

http://twostarsymphony.com

Members of Two Star Symphony strive to bring modern instrumental music to new audiences, writing and performing unique, dark ethereal soundscapes which are ideal for a film soundtrack.

The 1-5 Commerce Tigers made the trek to Greyson County on Friday night to take on the 5-1 Pottsboro Cardinals in a district game. Hear highlights from KETR's broadcast, and see scoring results from other games across Northeast Texas.

After a string of 4 losses, the Commerce Tigers tried to turn their luck around versus the visiting Raiders of Sunnyvale on Friday night, playing without their injured quarterback Sam Wells.

The scoring in the first half of the game began with Sunnyvale posting a field goal early in the first quarter to take a 0-3 lead, but The Tigers answered with a touchdown in the 2nd to go on top 7 to 3. The momentum switched to Sunnyvale's favor for the rest of the half, however,  capitalizing on multiple Tiger fumbles with 2 more touchdowns. At halftime, it was Commerce- 7, Sunnyvale- 24.

After a Bye last week, Commerce returned to action Friday night at Van Alstyne, as the Tigers tried to break a 3 game losing streak against a hot Panther's team.

With the Commerce Tigers on a Bye this week, KETR brought a special Game Of The Week featuring Van Alstyne at Caddo Mills.

The scoring was back and forth for much of the match, with only a touchdown separating the teams at halftime, but in the second half, it was visiting Van Alstyne who exerted their offensive muscle to put more points on the board.

The final score: Caddo Mills- 27, Van Alstyne- 35.

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