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This week's Breakdown discusses W. Garland Button and his impact on the state of Texas.
Pulled venison barbecue is just one of many recipes that Luke shares on this week's episode.
Mary follows a Christmas Tree all the way home. Her home. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!
GREENVILLE - We're all familiar with the concept of libraries. But each one is different.
Alice previews "Mission Impossible 3, Ghost Protocol," "Sherlock Holmes, A Game of Shadows," "Alvin and the Chipmunks 3" and "Young Adults."
The breakdown today includes a continuation of last week's list of books that might make great stocking stuffers, and are great reads anyway.
Luke talks striper fishing with guide Larry Sparks and wraps up the show with some duck hunting tips.
Mary travels to the University of Oklahoma and discovers artists, dinosaurs, and tornadoes. Oh my!
A rebroadcast of a July interview with Noah Nelson, East Texas State University Alumnus, who will speak at graduation ceremonies December 17. Ben Kelso has our Friday Feature on local Christmas parades.
Bob Burroughs, author of WHERE THE GULLS ARE, talks fishing with Luke on today's show.
Today we're taking a look back at an older show. Here's the show from May 11th. 2011 with rising rapper SLR on the campus of Texas A&M University - Commerce.
On the December 2011 edition of The President's Perspective, Dr. Jones talks with Hunt County Transportation Planning and Steering committee co-chair Dee Hilton.
Mary visits the ruins of Angkor Wat in Cambodia. Eat your heart out, Indy.
Saxophonist/composer Daniel Louis White stops by the KETR Studios to talk with Matt Meinke about life, music, and much more.