The 2013 A&M-Commerce Lion Safari Tour conclude with a stop in Mt. Pleasant. The event is scheduled for 5:30–8:30 p.m. Thursday at Herschel's Family Restaurant, 1612 S. Jefferson Ave.
KETR and Cooper Review staffer Cindy Roller took some great shots of the 2013 Cooper Rodeo.
Texas A&M University-Commerce was recently ranked in the Online College Database’s list of “Top U.S. Colleges & Universities for Teaching Education.”
Many African-American soldiers who wanted combat duty in World War II were denied that role. But the role they were given proved invaluable.
From Paris to Rockwall, here's a listing of July 4th celebrations around KETR's little corner of the world.
A Texas journalist goes public with personal struggles in an effort to erase the shame around mental health issues.
88.9 KETR is proud to announce a top-notch addition to the weekend programming lineup.
This week's program features an excerpt from “Go Down Looking,” a novel by Jim Ainsworth of Commerce.
In honor of the Juneteenth holiday, KETR presents an interview with an African-American veteran: Fannin Garrett of Emory, Texas.
KETR wants your county fair photos - selected pictures will be published in an online gallery later this month.