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Tuesday, September 2, 2014 - 9:25pm

Master Control Operator (Temporary)

KETK has an opening for a temporary full time Master Control Operator. Duties include monitoring play out servers, recording feeds, segmenting programs to air, dubbing commercials, ensuring quality of programs and commercial, tuning in live shots, and taking transmitter readings. Experience preferred, but will train the right candidate. Must be available for all shifts which include weekends and holidays. Position to last approximately 10 months. Please send resumes to tmitchell@ketknbc.com. EEO M/F

Reporter/Anchor

KETK is looking for a news reporter/anchor. The person we hire must have writing skills and must be able to shoot and edit video. This person also must be a college graduate or at least have equivalent experience. All candidates who apply must have a clean driving record and must work well under pressure and be able to meet deadlines. Posting and interacting on social media is also a requirement. Please send DVD or link to: Tameeka Mitchell Business Manager KETK-TV 4300 Richmond Road Tyler, Texas 75703 tmitchell@ketknbc.com No calls, please! EEO M/F

Military grade art in East Texas

Three months ago, Don Tulman and his wife began turning empty ammo casings into flags, both patriotic and for school spirit. It's an idea Tulman had while out at the shooting range, which, in words, just popped into his head.
Rachel's Challenge brings compassion to East Texas students

Rachel's Challenge brings compassion to East Texas students

Rachel's Challenge is a national non-profit organization dedicated to creating a safe school environment, and promoting kindness.
Mobile meth lab, drugs and firearms seized at Tyler hotel

Mobile meth lab, drugs and firearms seized at Tyler hotel

Tyler Police, ATF agents and DEA agents were able to make a drug seizureTuesday evening in Tyler.

East Texas agency offers hunting insurance

Fall hunting season is upon us. As you pack up your gear to head to the hunting blind, you may also need hunting insurance.
Lufkin man steals TV from vehicle, leads police on chase

Lufkin man steals TV from vehicle, leads police on chase

Lufkin officers arrested a man after he allegedly tried to steal a television from a person while they were loading their vehicle.

Republican Party of Texas threatens to sue Cherokee Co.

In August, the Cherokee County Commissioners Court voted to pass a list of election judges for the 2014 November ballot. However five of those judges elected as Republicans, are actually hard Democrats.