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Texas A&M Agrilife Extension

Hunt County Extension Agent Mary Sue Cole says the state legislature has changed the "cottage-food" law pertaining to food prepared in the home for sale on the market.  The new law reduces restrictions in some ways, creating opportunities for entrepreneurs, but also potentially creating some risk for consumers, Cole tells KETR's "Blacklands Cafe."

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The Vice President of Business and Administration at Texas A&M University-Commerce, Bob Brown, hosts a regular book club for University faculty, staff and students.  The current book they're studying is "Daring Greatly" by Dr. Brene Brown, currently #21 on amazon.com.

United Way

Hunt County United Way Executive Director Frances Dalbey visits us in the Blacklands Cafe, with the kickoff to the annual campaign less than a month away.

Chamber of Commerce

Commerce Chamber of Commerce manager Doug Rohrabaugh discusses plans for this weekend's Bois d'Arc Bash with us.

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Texas A&M University-Commerce economics professor (and interim dean of the College of Business and Entrepreneurship) Dr. Dale Funderburk visits with us on the debt ceiling, quantitative easing and other factors affecting the U.S. economy.

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A&M-Commerce Training and Development instructor Rick Miller discusses a bold new vision for the cell phone.

Hunt Regional Medical Center

Alicia Wittkopf and John Heatherly of the Hunt Memorial Hospital District discuss the Nov. 5 bond election that if approved would fund new emergency-care facilities in Commerce and Quinlan, and renovations to the Hunt Regional Medical Center in Greenville.

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Blake Cooper of the Commerce school district talks with John Mark Dempsey about standardized testing and vocational education.

Hunt County Historical Commission

Hunt County Historical Commission director Carol Taylor describes how a wartime shortage of green dye could be the reason why the Greenville High School Lions wear red.

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Milton Babb of the Greenville Chamber of Commerce discusses this weekend's Rally 'Round Greenville events, including a performance by country musician Jack Ingram.

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Greenville Herald-Banner and Commerce Journal editor Caleb Slinkard discusses economic development in Greenville with John Mark Dempsey. Also, an upcoming bond election could authorize funding new medical facilities in Commerce and Quinlan.

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Commerce mayor John Ballotti joins KETR's John Mark Dempsey for a discussion about the Commerce streets project and economic development in the city. It's the first installation of KETR's Blacklands Cafe, a news magazine feature heard during Morning Edition.

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