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Movie Picks with Alice Reese
11:42 am
Fri August 8, 2014

'Journey' offers tasty summer fare

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This week on Movie Picks, Alice discusses The Hundred-Foot Journey, What If and Calvary.

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The President's Perspective
11:55 am
Wed August 6, 2014

Jones: Hazelwood funding, financial aid among top higher ed issues in Austin

Dr. Dan Jones and Dr. Mary Hendrix meet with host Jerrod Knight ahead of recording the August 2014 edition of The President's Perspective
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Heading into a legislative session, it's good to keep a finger on the pulse of issues key to your industry, and in A&M-Commerce President Dr. Dan Jones' case, the industry is higher education.

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Notably Texan
5:24 pm
Fri August 1, 2014

Exploring 'The Cowtown of the Imagination' with Elana James

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Founding member and vocalist/violinist of The Hot Club of Cowtown, Elana James, joined Matt Meinke for a chat during Notably Texan.

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Outdoors
11:24 am
Fri August 1, 2014

Using natural oils to repel insects and mask a hunter's scent

Nature provides some excellent options for repelling insects and masking a hunter's scent. Luke speaks with Ron Guthrie of Hunter's Mojo about one such option this week.
Credit www.huntersmojo.com; Luke Clayton

Nature provides a natural insect repellent in the form of Cedar Oil. Hunters Mojo is basically cedar oil in an aerosol can that keeps hunters or anyone outdoors free from biting insects. When hunting, the natural cedar aroma serves as an excellent masking scent from game animals. Join Luke and his guest Ron Guthrie with Hunters Mojo this week and learn how to remain bug free in the woods and mask your odor at the same time!    http://www.huntersmojo.com/  is the web site to post.

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Movie Picks with Alice Reese
7:20 am
Fri August 1, 2014

Marvel's 'Guardians' a must-see this weekend

Guardians of the Galaxy hits theaters this weekend!
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You probably wouldn't picture these five characters trying to save the world, but they definitely make you want more! What Alice calls the "nicest surprise of the summer" is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat, with laughs for all.

In the week's Movie Picks, listen as Alice Reese give us her review on Guardians of the Galaxy, Get on up, and Magic in the Moonlight.

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Outdoors
11:23 am
Fri July 25, 2014

Join us for a "possum dog" tale

Storyteller Sam Tanner and the "possum dog".
Credit Luke Clayton

This week, storyteller deluxe Sam Tanner tells about the old days growing up on the blackland prairies and shares a bit of humor with his 'possum dog' tale. Luke wraps things up with some fishing tips.

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Outdoors
11:30 am
Fri July 18, 2014

Hunting and Optics

This rugged, compact scope by Sun Optics assures tack driving accuracy from Luke's .25 caliber air rifle.
Credit Luke Clayton; Duane Sorensen

Duane Sorensen with Sun Optics USA joins Luke this week. Tune in this week and learn all you need to know about optics for the outdoors.

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Mary Clark Traveler
9:00 am
Tue July 15, 2014

Punta Arenas- Next rest stop: 900 miles

Waterfront view at Punta Arenas.
Mary Clark Traveler Blog (http://thetravelinggene.blogspot.com)

At the southern most point of The Americas lies the city of Punta Arenas, the capital city of Chile's southern most region. A meer 900 miles North of Antarctica, it is by most accounts at the edge of the earth.

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Outdoors
11:25 am
Fri July 11, 2014

Mr. Whitetail; Lake Fork fishing

Luke speaks with Larry Weihshun and Lake Fork guide Seth Vanover this week.
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  Luke's guests this week are Larry Weishuhn (Mr. Whitetail) and Lake Fork fishing guide Seth Vanover. Tune in for a fun 15 minues of interesting and entertaining outdoor talk.

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Movie Picks with Alice Reese
10:33 am
Fri July 11, 2014

'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' worth the ticket

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Alice Reese says that "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" has a bit more heart and a lot more brain than the average summer blockbuster - making it appealing for fans of drama as well as action.

Also this week: Alice reviews two art-house films - the psycho-thriller "Coherence" and the cerebral, sexy "Venus in Fur."

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Mary Clark Traveler
9:00 am
Tue July 8, 2014

History and family fun in central Louisiana

A White Bengal Tiger watches visitors pass by at the Alexandria Zoo
Mary Clark Traveler Blog (http://thetravelinggene.blogspot.com)

When seeking a nearby destination with activities for the kids and the adults, look no further than Alexandria, Louisiana.

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Outdoors with Luke Clayton
11:09 am
Mon July 7, 2014

Fishing Texoma and Fork; Dove Hunting

Lake Texoma has some big Striper just waiting to be reeled in.
Credit Luke Clayton

Luke makes the rounds this week for a fishing round-up via guides Larry Sparks at Lake Texoma and Larry Large at Lake Fork.  Just for good measure, Luke talks a little dove hunting, too.

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The President's Perspective
11:45 am
Wed July 2, 2014

The July Perspective: Summer camps and #SCAchat

Sam Walker, Texas A&M University-Commerce mens head basketball coach
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Summertime is no slow time at Texas A&M University-Commerce so long as young athletes and musicians have interest in summer camp. The campus plays host to a number of sports, music, teaching, and other special interest summer programs each year.

This month, Lions head basketball coach Sam Walker joins Dr. Dan Jones on The President's Perspective to talk about a recent basketball camp that drew talent, in the form of both campers and counselors, from around the nation.

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Mary Clark Traveler
9:00 am
Tue July 1, 2014

Making the best of a 'hostel' environment

How much personal space are you accustomed to? Hostel stays get you elbow to elbow with your bunkmates at Refugio Las Torres in Chile.
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Far from the glitz and tourist traps, lies a more intimate, up-close and personal means of accommodation - hostels.  Mary Clark and her family roughed it during a trip to Chile, staying in tiny rooms with bunk beds, and sharing space with strangers.

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Outdoors
11:44 am
Fri June 27, 2014

Catfish in Cedar Creek make for some good eating

Cedar Creek guide Jason Barber.
Credit Luke Clayton

  Cedar Creek fishing guide Jason Barber joins Luke this week and tells about the red hot blue catfish action that is underway on 'eater' size fish in the 2 to 4 pound range.

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