After 31 years of serving the residents of Sulphur Springs and the surrounding area, Burton's Family Restaurant will be closing their doors this Sunday at 10 p.m.
Tribes from across the nation gather annually to share their heritage with the world at the Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival in Oklahoma.
KETR's Cindy Roller photographed "Bubble Lady" Linda Berman's presentation at the Northeast Texas Children's Museum in Commerce.
The Commerce Parks & Recreation Department is proud to announce that it is partnering with the Dixie Softball organization to host the 2013 Dixie Angels State Softball Tournament.
This week's program features an excerpt from “Go Down Looking,” a novel by Jim Ainsworth of Commerce.
Larry Large is on the scene in Colorado and talks about it with Luke this week.
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.