Local Shows

These are programs that are wholly produced at KETR.

This week, Luke visits with Guide Larry Sparks, who led a group on Lake Texoma out to haul in this load of Striper.
Luke Clayton

This week, Luke visits with Guide Larry Sparks, owner of Sparky's Guide Service (www.sparkysguideservice.com) at Lake Texoma and talks striper fishing. Luke also wraps up the show sharing his recipe for making Carne Guisada. 

Hannah Kirby, during her Notably Texan interview on KETR.
Paul Bryan

Hannah Kirby's talents as a singer, songwriter, violinist and performer were already well recognized by her fans in the Sulphur Springs area, but her breakthrough success on the television program The Voice is catapulting the 21 year old to lofty heights.

Daniel Louis White
Daniel Louis White

Daniel Louis White is one of several performers set to play at the the March 21 Jazz On Main Festival in Farmersville, the birthplace of jazz guitarist legend Herb Ellis.

This year's Cinderella takes us deeper into the characters in the classic story of our childhood.
Disney

This week Alice reviews Cinderella, Disney's live-action take on their classic animated movie, Run All Night, starring Liam Neeson and Ed Harris, and 71, which follows a

Ceramic pots representing the many gods of the Santeria religion, on display at the Yoruba Cultural Center in Havana.
Mary Clark Traveler Blog (http://thetravelinggene.blogspot.com)

Santeria, or "devotion to Saints," is a practice still utilized in Cuba. Originating from Cuban slaves' African heritage, it is a blending of Yoruba mythology mixed with Christianity. Orichas (deities) are paired with Catholic Saints to form this meld of beliefs, known as religious syncretism.

Mr. Whitetail joins Luke this week to talk about hunting by helicopter.
www.ghostblind.com

Join Luke and his guest Larry Weishuhn (Mr. Whitetail) this week for an in depth discussion on helicopter hog hunting.

The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel is the only movie Alice got to see this week due to the weather.
Blueprint Pictures

This week the weather kept Alice from seeing everything she had planned, but she did get to see The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, with Maggie Smith, Judi Dench, and Bill Nighy.

Promotional shot of Sunny Sweeney
https://www.facebook.com/OfficialSunnySweeney

Houston native Sunny Sweeney has come a long way since she played her songs in bars for tips and free beer in the early 2000's. Lately, she keeps plenty busy touring with the likes of Miranda Lambert, when she's not enjoying her home life in Austin. Notably Texan caught up with Sunny on the heels of a big spring tour schedule.

Here is an example of a large wild hog trap from www.goinfencing.com and Luke speaks with Don Gresham about this and unique ways of trapping wild hogs.
http://www.goinfencing.com/

This week, Luke's guest is Don Gresham with Goin Fencing (www.goinfencing.com). Don talks about a unique way of controlling wild hogs using a special app on a smart phone and a unique trap. This system has helped remove thousands of pesky porkers from the Texas landscape. 

Luke visits with Texas Deer Association President Bob Price.
http://www.texasdeerassociation.com/

Luke visits with Bob Price, president of TDA Texas Deer Association (www.texasdeerassociation.com) this week and discusses whitetail deer breeding in Texas and how the business can help landowners. 

Members of Sulphur Springs band Southern Soul during their visit to the KETR Studios. (Left to right, Matt Meinke, Jacob Mazoch, Adam Hall (sitting) and Ryan Brown.
Cindy Roller

By day, members of an area band do everything from retail sales to crime solving, but by night, they crank up the amplifiers and jam out music to both new, and hardcore, fans.

Eric Dixon with Dixon Hunting joins Luke this week to discuss the use of scents to control wild hog populations.
Luke Clayton

Eric Dixon with Dixon Hunting (www.dixonhunting.com) joins Luke this week to discuss the use of scents to control wild hog populations.   

Statue of Dr. Martin Luther King at the MLK Center in Dallas, Texas.
Mary Clark Traveler Blog (http://thetravelinggene.blogspot.com)

Fair Park in Dallas is known for The Cotton Bowl and the annual State Fair of Texas, but the historical site is also home to fascinating exhibits and museums.

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