Local Shows

These are programs that are wholly produced at KETR.

Clients of Capt. David Dillman show off their Galveston Bay catch
www.eaglepointfishingcamp.com

This week Luke takes us to the upper Texas Coast, to Eagle Point Fishing Camp (www.eaglepointfishingcamp.com) to visit with long time speckled trout guide Capt. David Dillman. David was the first angler to make trout fishing using live croakers for bait popular. Today's show will most definitely help you plan your next fishing trip to Galveston Bay System.  

Luke Clayton
Luke Clayton

Join Luke this week as he discusses some current fishing tips, divulges his favorite Dutch Kettle cobbler recipe and.... talks a bit about a new trend in the outdoors, "Tiny Houses".

David Hanson (top right) joins Luke this week to talk about catfish.
Luke Clayton

This week, Lake Tawakoni catfish guide David Hanson (903-268-7391)  joins Luke and gives a current update on the red hot blue catfish bite currently underway at Lake Tawakoni. David and Luke, both long time outdoor cooks, divulge some of their favorite methods of making tasty BBQ from venison and wild hogs.

Lake Tawakoni catfish guide David Hanson shows off a couple of many "eater" size blue catfish he and Luke Landed this week.
Luke Clayton

Lake Tawakoni catfish guide David Hanson (903-268-7391) joins Luke this week and tells how to fill the cooler with good eating blue catfish. 

Matt Meinke (left) and Cole Risner outside Binnion Hall at A&M-Commerce.
Jerrod Knight

Greenville Native Cole Risner continues to turn heads with his latest album Better Man. Opting for more of an Americana sound, Cole recruited Hayes Carll's guitarist Travis Linville to co-produce the album, which features guests like John Pedigo from Dallas' The O's, and fiddler Heather Stalling, wife of Max Stalling.

The lights in the Field House were turned off, and the crowd held a minute of silence.
Caitlin Barbee/KETR

A candlelight memorial in the Field House on the campus of Texas A&M University-Commerce on May 2 gave the university community an opportunity to remember and celebrate university president Dr. Dan Jones, who died on April 29.

There is little doubt that Charlie Goodnight and White Parker swam in this beautiful spot on Buck Creek, located on the White Ranch.
Luke Clayton

In this week's show, Luke visits with his longtime friend Guide Randy Routh (www.teamredneck.net). Luke hunted turkey with Randy last week on the White Ranch not far from Glenrose. Randy has worked cattle and hunted on this ranch for many years and has learned much about the ranch's history from the late Reese White.

David Hanson (top right) joins Luke this week to talk about catfish.
Luke Clayton

This week, Luke visits with a couple of catfish pro guides that give some tips to help you put together the making of a big catfish fish fry. At Fork, guide Seth Vanover is hammering the channel catfish in shallow water while over at Tawakoni, guide David Hanson is catching lots and lots of eater size blue catfish in the 3-6 pound range from shallow water.

(Left to right) Mary Gauther, Gretchen Peters and Eliza Gilkyson on the "Three Women And The Truth" tour.
Used by permission from the Val Denn Agency

Grammy-nominated songstress from Austin Eliza Gilkyson is no stranger to music, cutting her first demos as a child for her father Terry Gilkyson. Her folk and Americana compositions have been recorded by names like Bob Geldof and Roseanne Cash, and she's been inducted into the Austin Music Hall of Fame.

BBQ champ Obie Obermark joins Luke this week.
Obie Obermark (www.obiecue.com)

  This week, Luke visits with noted BBQ expert and spice maker Obie Obermark. Obie's spices (www.obiecue.com ) have taken 3 different world championship titles. Obie not only explains how to make great tasting BBQ but goes into great detail explaining exact what is occurring during the cooking process.  

Christian Sparks playing guitar and singing during a live performance at Notably Texan Headquarters.
Matt Meinke

Making new, original songs, influenced by folk singers of this and former generations, is the specialty of rising talent Christian Sparks. Over the past few years, he has transitioned from alt-rocker to "Shakey Graves-esque" crooner, and the future looks bright for this enterprising young man.

TAMUC Photo

"It's a good sign of a transition when you've only been here for a few months but it does feel sort of like a mini lifetime," says Dr. Tomás Aguirre, Dean of Students and Assistant Vice President for Student Access and Success at Texas A&M University-Commerce during his introduction to listeners of The President's Perspective on KETR.

A&M-Commerce president Dr. Dan Jones invited Aguirre as a guest on the program in order to discuss what he sees as the strengths and opportunities upon which his office will be able to capitalize in the coming months and years.

Joe Dunn and "The Beast" transforming wild hog into meals for the homeless.
Luke Clayton

Joe Dunn and his wife Donna have used this smoker (nicknamed "The Beast") to feed many homeless folks through the years that would otherwise have little, if anything to eat. This week, Luke and Joe tell about how some wild pork was transformed into many tasty meals for folks that greatly appreciated the effort.   

Carinne Manning
KETR

KETR is in its Spring Membership Campaign, and while this isn’t necessarily news, it does happen every spring. Every membership campaign is different, and we have particular goals and things that we’re doing this year. Carinne, if you could please explain to us what we’re doing this particular spring drive.

A cabin at the Crockett Family Resort on Houston County Lake. www.crockettresort.com
Luke Clayton

This week Luke introduces you to one of his favorite fishing/camping getaways; Houston County Lake near Crockett, Texas.    

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