If you would like to make a pledge to KTXK,
you can do so by clicking the Donate button below.
Today we have the second in a two part series with our interview with local Texarkana luminary George Moore. Born in Marshall, Texas in 1948, Moore attended segregated schools before graduating high-school and attending East Texas Baptist University to earn his Bachelor’s Degree in Biology. Moore began his teaching career in the early seventies at Texas Independent School District despite wanting to become a dentist. He began his teaching journey in 1971 and since then accrued nearly half-a-century in education there serving in various roles and taking on various volunteer positions in the area. Moore was recently awarded the prestigious C.E. Palmer Award. Sabrina McCormick reports. (February 16, 2024).
Tis the season for respiratory illnesses, that is. Sabrina McCormick has the latest on an uptick of cases in the Texarkana area. (December 28, 2023).
Today's Halloween feature is the latest installment from conversations with speakers from jefferson's Texas Bigfoot Conference that occurred Oct. 21. Sabrina McCormick has the interview with Michael mayes. Mayes has several decdes of research experience and is the former chairman of the North American Wood Ape Conservancy. (October 31, 2023).
Today we have another part in a series of stories from the Texas Bigfoot Conference that occurred Saturday, Oct. 21.in Jefferson, Texas. Sabrina McCormick has this report from one speaker at the conference who tells us about his first hand encounter with the creature. She reports the experience would go on to have a lasting impact on Matt Pruitt’s life. (October 31, 2023).
Primatologist, Conservationist, and National Geographic Explorer, Dr. Mireya Mayor is probably best known as a correspondent for Nat Geo’s Ultimate Explorer television series.
In addition to those achievement’s the former Miami Dolphin’s Cheerleader is also a Fulbright Scholar and National Science Foundation Fellow. Recently, she was a guest speaker in Jefferson, Texas at the Texas Bigfoot Convention. Sabrina McCormick was there, and spoke with Mayor about her work, and what she thinks about the existence of Bigfoot. (October 31, 2023).
It turns out that the wilds of Texas are home to some rather unusual residents – that aren’t necessarily native to area. As Sabrina McCormick reports, one wildlife journalist is working to catalogue the unusual appearances of these creatures. She interviewed, wildlife journalist, blogger and podcast host, Chester Moore at the Texas Bigfoot Conference over the weekend. (October 25, 2023).
Jefferson Texas is host to many unique conventions and conferences these day – from the Paranormal to UFO’s -- Sabrina McCormick has a preview of the latest conference to be held there – the 2023 Texas Bigfoot Conference scheduled this weekend. (October 18, 2023).
KTXK 91.5 FM is a National Public Radio and American Public Media affiliate community-oriented, non-commercial radio station licensed to Texarkana College. Now with 100,000 watts of power, the station serves the three state areas of Northeast Texas, Southwest Arkansas and Southeast Oklahoma. KTXK's mission is to broadcast programs that you will not hear anywhere else in the area.
On KTXK you will find a variety of music, news, sports, cultural and public affairs programs. The schedule occasionally changes, so check the program guide often for schedule updates and upcoming events.
KTXK Management And Staff
General Manager: Steve Mitchell
News Director: Sabrina McCormick
Music Director: Frank Miller
Classical Director: Alton Pettigrew
Chief Engineer: Broadcast Works
Staff Announcers: Frank Miller, Pat Miller, Alton Pettigrew, & Junius Stone
Contact us with you comments or suggestions:
KTXK Public Radio
2500 North Robison Road
Texarkana, Texas 75599
(903) 823-3269 or 3262
Fax Number (903) 823-3451
Attn: KTXK Radio
Find Us On Social Media