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Welcome to the City
of Lufkin's Government Access Channel. KLTX
Access Channel 15 provides current information for
the City of Lufkin, Texas and surrounding communities.
programming can be viewed on our
Youtube website. Or you can check
video archives for past programming.
Now you can view our programs on your
iPhone or iPad.
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Microsoft Internet Explorer you must have
to view on your computer
KLTX is provided by SuddenLink on
Channel 15 and is maintained by the City of Lufkin
IT Department. Click on the day of the week on
the right for a up to date program guide for that
Comments or questions about
Channel 15 can be directed to Randy Cadwell at
email@example.com . Our
Channel 15 policy is available in PDF.
15 Recieves Programming Award 2014
Channel 15 has been awarded an
Award of Excellence for its news program, "City Hall
Update". Channel 15 competed in the Texas
Association of Municipal Information Officers 2014
Communications competition. The award was for the
category of Regular or Recurring Programs in cities
under a population of 100,000. Over 300
municipalities from across Texas submitted entries.
Approximately 25 entries were judge within this
Channel 15 Programming
City Council meetings are broadcast on Channel 15
several times a day. Archived videos are
available for all council meetings for the past several years.
Click Here for archived meetings
City Hall Update
to view our monthly news magazine program highlighting news from city
hall and events throughout the city. It is broadcasted on SuddenLink
Channel 15 and is also available through Consolidated
Communication's Video on Demand.
This can be viewed on your Smartphone or iPad. You must have
Quicktime Player to view on your computer.
August 2014 Edition:We introduce you to the
new executive director of the Christian Information
& Service Center. We tell about the services
provided by the Family Crisis Center. And we bring
you the latest news and information from City Hall
and the community of Lufkin.
with Chef Mani and
Tim Scallon, Director of Clinical
Nutrition at Memorial Health Systems of East Texas. Memorial
Cooking Innovations is a service provided by Memorial Health System
of East Texas.
Click here for the
recipes and archived shows. Memorial Cooking Innovations
distributed by City of Lufkin Channel 15.
"Truth N' Tails"
complete show. You must have
Quicktime Player to view on your computer.
"Truths N' Tails" airs monthly on
Suddenlink Channel 15 and
Consolidated Communication's Video on Demand.. Animal
Control Director Aaron Ramsey presents several adorable pets that
are up for adoption and provide helpful animal care tips.
Panther Football. Panther football games are broadcast during
Airtimes are from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. nightly, as well as
9:00 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday's. In addition to
being broadcast on Channel 15, the program will be aired on
Consolidated Communication's Video on Demand. You may find this and
all of Channel 15's programming under "Local Content".
Click here to watch on our website.
Movies at the Pines
features classic films, newsreels, and serials from the 30's,
40's, 50's and 60's. These are vintage films that were, or
could have been, shown during the heyday of the Pines Theater in
downtown Lufkin. There will be a new film each day and the
films are shown at 4:00 am and 10:00 pm.
Parks & Wildlife is a weekly, half-hour program airing on
Channel 15. Each week, the program travels to several
different destinations around the state. The stories cover a wide
range of topics, from in-depth issues about conservation and the
environment, to fun family activities in the outdoors. This show is
produced by Texas Parks & Wildlife.
events such as the Main Street Lufkin's Lighted Christmas
Parade, The Power of Pink, and Lufkin Pro Day are shown throughout the year.
Special events are produced by City of Lufkin Channel 15.
Management Communications. During disasters and
hurricane evacuations, Channel 15 becomes one of the primary sources
of communications to the public from the Emergency Operations
Center. During Hurricane Ike, up to date information was
broadcast several times a day to inform citizens of shelter status,
availability of food and water, supplies such as sandbags, and other
vital information. During emergency situations, normal
programming will be replaced with emergency management information.