Jeremy Thomas is an award-winning multimedia journalist for KTRE. He joined the team in June 2020 and is excited to come home.
Jeremy is an East Texas native. He grew up in Sabine County and graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with degrees in Broadcast Journalism and History.
Prior to joining KTRE, Jeremy worked for a sister station, KXII-TV in Sherman, Texas and Ardmore, Oklahoma for nearly five years. His worked covered parts of North Texas and Southeast Oklahoma as a news reporter, weekend sports anchor/reporter and morning news anchor. During his time, Jeremy helped KXII win “Best Sportscast” in 2019 from the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters, “Best Sportscast” in 2018 and 2017 presented by the Arkansas/Oklahoma Associated Press Broadcasters and “Best Long-Form Sports Programming” in 2016 from the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters.
One of his favorite quotes comes from the poet Mary Oliver: “Instructions for living a life. Pay attention. Be astonished. Tell about it.” For Jeremy, those are not only words to live by, but they apply to how he approaches each story, as well.
If you have a story idea or just want to say “hello,” feel free to email him at email@example.com.
According to witnesses, Tucker began firing, forcibly entering the home, and a man inside returned fire. He was later identified as Ashton Allen Smith, 22, found dead at the scene from multiple gunshot wounds.
Christmas break for many area schools is just around the corner.. but because of an increase in COVID-19 cases within a few districts several have decided to suspend in-person learning and switch to remote for the rest of the year as they head into the holiday break.
Economists say the COVID-19 pandemic has more people shopping virtually, so online retail sales are higher than in years past. That means more packages arriving on doorsteps and, unfortunately, more opportunities for thieves.
The Shelby County Memorial Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 8904 and the Auxiliary held a service in honor and remembrance of those who served and died at Pearl Harbor in front of the historic 1885 Shelby County Courthouse.