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-RADIO NEWS-

 

MONDAY MORNING NEWS

Local Newscast Air Times:

Weekday Mornings at 6, 7 and 8 a.m. plus noon with Mark Bownds

Weekdays at 5 p.m. with Elaine Etheridge

Saturday Mornings at 7 and 8 a.m. with Blake Holland

Sunday Mornings at 7 a.m. with David Jacobs

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-SOUNDBOARD-

SOUNDBOARD


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-SPORTS BEAT-

East Texas Sportsbeat

Weekdays at 6,7,8, and noon on KGAS.


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-LOCAL HAPPENINGS-

Posted December 31, 2014

KGAS Weather Forecast




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-TALKING IT OVER-

Click here to listen>>Talk it Over 2-13


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-PET OF THE WEEK-

Posted August 30, 2012

Puppies gaDSCN2730lore at Carthage Panola Pound. We have puppies of every color, shape, and size ready for adoption. Come by and check them out or call Shawntetel or Anna at 903-693-2877.

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-SUNDAY PROGRAMS-

06:00 – 7:00 a.m. Gaither Homecoming Radio

07:00 a.m. Weekend Morning Local News with David Jacobs

07:30 a.m.  Carthage Missionary Baptist Church -  Dr. Dale Reed

07:45 a.m.  First Baptist Church of Carthage – Pastor, Allen Tilley

08:00 a.m.  Northside Christian Center – Pastor, Aaron Bequette

08:15 a.m. Available *

08:30 a.m.  Carthage Church of Christ- Preacher, Russell Tracey

09:00 a.m.  Southside Baptist Church – Pastor, Dr. Kirby Hill

09:15 a.m.  First United Methodist Church of Carthage – Sharon Ivey

09:30 a.m.  The Way, The Truth & The Live Ministries – Vickie Pierce

09:45 a.m.  Available *

10:00 a.m. CBC Sunday School TV/Radio

10:30 a.m.  Pathways (Central Baptist Church) – Paul Gwinn

10:50 a.m.  Central Baptist Church of Carthage – LIVE Morning Worship Service (1590 AM & Channel 19)

11:00 a.m.  First United Methodist of Carthage – LIVE Morning Worship Service (104.3 FM & Channel 18)

06:00 p.m.  Central Baptist Church – Channel 18 only

07:00 p.m.  Southside Baptist Church – Channel 18 only

08:00 p.m.  First United Methodist Church- Channel 18 only

* For information on acquiring a programming block, contact KGAS at 903.693.6668.

KGAS radio does not control audio or video on Cable TV’s Channel 10.


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-OBITUARIES-

Posted August 30, 2012

A memorial service for Sam C. Johnson, 77, of DeBerry, will be held at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 19, 2015, at First Baptist Church in Carthage with Rev. Mervin Scott, Bro. Gary Palmer, and Dr. Larry Grubbs officiating under the direction of Jimerson-Lipsey Funeral Home. A committal service will follow at Deadwood Cemetery with Jason Barnett officiating. The family will receive friends from 6-8 p.m. on Wednesday at the funeral home. Mr. Johnson passed away Thursday morning, Feb. 12, 2015, at his home.

Sam Craven Johnson was born on Dec. 31, 1937, in Denison, TX, to the late Adolph Benjamin and Fay Craven Johnson. He graduated from Denison High School with the class of 1955. He married Ann Lummus on Aug. 23, 1959, in Denison. Sam graduated from Texas A&M in 1961, with a bachelors degree in Animal Husbandry. He worked as a ranch manager in Buffalo, TX from 1962-1973, at which time he moved to DeBerry to manage a ranch in Panola County. He and his wife later owned and operated a plant farm in the DeBerry area. Sam began his 30 year career as a volunteer firefighter while working in Buffalo. In 1987, he helped found the Inter-Community Volunteer Fire Dept. and was elected chief in 1988, a position he held until failing health required him to resign in Aug. of 2013. He was instrumental in forming the rural fire district in Panola County, what is now the Panola County Emergency Services District. Sam has spent countless hours mentoring other firefighters and teaching at firefighter schools all over East Texas. He attended Deadwood United Methodist Church.

Survivors include his loving wife of 55 years, Ann Johnson of DeBerry; three children, David Johnson of St. Croix, Virgin Islands, JoAnn Neely and husband Joe of Houston, and Mike Johnson and wife Barbara of Carthage; four grandchildren, Courtney Weaver of Carthage, Christopher Johnson of Bryan, Megan Neely of Austin, and Kyle Neely of Houston; two great-grandchildren, Zachary and Annsley Weaver; and three brothers-in-law, Don Lummus and wife Marilyn of North Carolina, Chuck L. Lummus and wife Shirley of Arizona, and Jerry L. Lummus of Houston.

Serving as honorary pallbearers are the members of the Inter-Community Volunteer Fire Department.

If desired, memorials may be made to the ICVFD 134 F.M. 1186, DeBerry, TX 75631 or to Heart’s Way Hospice, 437 W. Panola, Carthage, TX 75633.

A funeral service for Bruce Anthony Rickert, 80, of Carthage, will be held at 11 a.m. on Monday, Feb. 16, 2015, at Jimerson-Lipsey Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Keefe Cropper and Rev. Leah Hanks officiating. Interment will follow in Restland Memorial Park. The family will receive friends from 2-4 p.m. on Sunday at the funeral home. Mr. Rickert passed away on Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 11, 2015, in Shreveport.

Bruce Anthony Rickert was born on Jan. 10, 1935, in Jim Thorpe, PA to the late Elmer Elsworth and Naomi Winnefred Reabold Rickert. He graduated from Yeadon High School, a suburb of Philadelphia, in 1952. He served in the U.S. Air Force and was honorably discharged. Bruce married the love of his life Rebecca Ann Bryan on Dec. 10, 1955, in Canton, MS and she preceded him in death on Apr. 16, 2009. He moved to Carthage in 1970, from Bradenton, FL, and began work at Carthage Cup, eventually becoming plant manager. In 1992, he accepted a plant manager position with Fabri-Kal Corp in Greenville, SC where he retired from in 1996. Mr. Rickert and his wife built the Skating Rink along with many other businesses in Carthage. Bruce was a devoted member of Lions Club, locally and internationally. He held many positions including Past District Governor of District 2-S1 1980-1981 and received many awards including The Ambassador of Good Will Award in 2007 and was inducted into the Texas Lions Hall of Fame in 2008. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church. In addition to his parents and wife, Mr. Rickert was also preceded in death by a grandson, Eric McDaniel and his brother, Wilmer Allen Rickert.

Mr. Rickert is survived by two sons, Curtis Rickert and wife Cindy of Bossier City and Bryan Rickert and fiancé Brenda Irion of Carthage; two daughters, Debbie Lauth and husband Danny of Newport, TN and Nancy Daugereau and husband Greg of Carthage; grandchildren, Greg and Steve Rickert, Jessica Husban, Danielle Lauth, Tobius and Kimberly Daugereau, and Bryce Rickert; great-grandchildren, Mason Lee Rickert, McKinleigh Ann Rickert, Alexander Thomas Rickert, and Tasneem Husban; step-grandchildren, Jacob Irion and wife Tausha, Taylor Irion, and Valerie Jones; and step-great-grandchildren, Matthew and Breagan Boniol, Jonathan Daugereau, and Carson, Kaitlyn, and Kaidence Irion. Numerous nieces and nephews also survive Mr. Rickert.

Serving as pallbearers are Greg Rickert, Steve Rickert, Bryce Rickert, Greg Daugereau, and Danny Lauth.

Serving as honorary pallbearers are the Lions Club members.

If desired, memorials may be made to the Texas Lions Camp, P.O. Box 290247, Kerrville, TX 78029-0247.

 

 


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-ARRESTS-

Posted September 4, 2012

PANOLA COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

ARREST REPORT

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2015

BERRY, BRIAN CHRISTOPHER – 34 – ARRESTED BY – PANOLA COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPUTY ALBERTO GARZA – CHARGE: PURSUANT TO RUSK COUNTY WARRANT/DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED W/CHILD UNDER 15 YEARS OF AGE. SUBJECT WAS RELEASED ON A $15,000 OWENS BAIL BOND.

WAGLEY, VAN COVER – 55 – ARRESTED BY – PANOLA COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE SERGEANT GARRET WALLACE – CHARGES: PURSUANT TO LOCAL WARRANTS/THEFT OF PROP>=$20<$500 BY CHECK (X3). SUBJECT WAS RELEASED ON THREE $1,500 PERSONAL RECOGNIZANCE BONDS.

BOLDEN, TERRY LYNN – 43 – ARRESTED BY – PANOLA COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE DEPUTY JAMES FERRIS – CHARGES: PURSUANT TO LOCAL WARRANTS/SEX OFFENDERS DUTY TO REGISTER W/PREVIOUS CONVICTIONS (X2). SUBJECT REMAINS IN CUSTODY.

STEPHENS, JESSE ALAN – 35 – ARRESTED BY – DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY TROOPER BRANDON NORMAN – CHARGE: PURSUANT TO WASHITA COUNTY, OKLAHOMA/BENCH WARRANT/FAILURE TO APPEAR. SUBJECT REMAINS IN CUSTODY.

HOUSED IN PANOLA COUNTY: 48

HOUSED FOR SHELBY COUNTY: 00

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2015

EANES, PAUL THOMAS – 34 – ARRESTED BY – CARTHAGE POLICE DEPARTMENT OFFICER DESMOND MCDANIEL – CHARGE: EVADING ARREST DETENTION. SUBJECT REMAINS IN CUSTODY.

KIEL, TRAVOSKY TRAMAIN – 27 – ARRESTED BY – DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY TROOPER ZACHARY MCBRIDE – CHARGE: DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED. SUBJECT WAS RELEASED ON A $1,500 FAST ACTION BAIL BOND.

MARTINEZ, MARIO – 38 – ARRESTED BY – PANOLA COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE DEPUTY PHILLIP GRIMES – CHARGE: ASSAULT. SUBJECT WAS RELEASED ON A $500 PERSONAL RECOGNIZANCE BOND.

BURNETT, KEVIN ION – 41 – ARRESTED BY – CARTHAGE POLICE DEPARTMENT OFFICER SHELBYE ALMEIDA – CHARGE: ASSAULT FAMILY VIOLENCE/HOUSE MEMBER IMPEDE BREATH/CIRCULATION. SUBJECT REMAINS IN CUSTODY.

HOUSED IN PANOLA COUNTY: 47

HOUSED FOR SHELBY COUNTY: 00

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2015

JONES, CHAD WESLEY – 20 – ARRESTED BY – CARTHAGE POLICE DEPARTMENT OFFICER DESMOND MCDANIEL – CHARGE: PUBLIC INTOXICATION. SUBJECT WAS RELEASED ON A $500 PERSONAL RECOGNIZANCE BOND.

LIGON, ABRAHAM ALLEN – 32 – ARRESTED BY – DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY TROOPER ZACHARY MCBRIDE – CHARGE: PURSUANT TO SMITH COUNTY WARRANT/ASSAULT CAUSES BODILY INJURY. SUBJECT WAS RELEASED ON A $2,000 OWENS SURETY BOND.

HOUSED IN PANOLA COUNTY: 47

HOUSED FOR SHELBY COUNTY: 00


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