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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.
Credit http://thetravelinggene.blogspot.com

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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Notably Texan
6:33 pm
Tue June 24, 2014

The House Harkonnen keep the Spice flowing

Members of The House Harkonnen - Left to Right: Mike Doty (lead guitar), Alex Johnson (vocals and rhythm guitar), Dave Shafer (bass), and Andy Grayson (drums)
Lauren Shafer

Riding rock n' roll like a "Sandworm," Arlington's The House Harkonnen turn the notion of traditional Texas music on its head.

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Mary Clark Traveler
9:00 am
Tue June 24, 2014

Arts alive and well in Edom and Ben Wheeler

Artists show off their creations at the Ben Wheeler "Far Out Art Fest" held in June.
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Nestled between Canton and Tyler are a pair of small East Texas towns in which culture and the arts are thriving. Edom and Ben Wheeler make up for their small populations with big time charm and culture.

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Outdoors
11:16 am
Fri June 20, 2014

Caddo Lake offers fishing, fun

Lake Caddo guide Billy Carter with a couple of happy young anglers.
Credit Luke Clayton

  Tune in this week and join Luke and his long time friend guide Billy Carter (www.spatterdock.com)  and learn all about fishing and vacationing on and around Caddo Lake.  

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Tomorrow's Water Today
9:00 am
Mon June 16, 2014

'Tomorrow's Water Today' to return July 21

KETR's weekly water news series "Tomorrow's Water Today" is on a summer hiatus and will return on Mon. July 21.

Outdoors
11:48 am
Fri June 13, 2014

Summer deer hunting in the Hill Country

Axis deer are plentiful in much of the Texas Hill Country. Luke captured this image of a nice buck and doe while hunting with his friends Terry and Dave.
Credit Luke Clayton

Earlier this week, Luke went down to the Texas Hill Country for a short Axis deer hunt with his friends Terry Tate and Dave Velasco. Tune in this week for a good hunting tale!

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Mary Clark Traveler
9:00 am
Tue June 10, 2014

Penguins-a-poppin' on Magellan Island

Penguin partners protect their precious payload.
Mary Clark Traveler Blog (http://thetravelinggene.blogspot.com)

Scores of penguins choose Magellan Island on the Magellan Straits of South America for their summer getaway, despite the crowded conditions and human onlookers.

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Outdoors
11:24 am
Fri June 6, 2014

Fishing Destinations

Some trophy freshwater redfish from Lake Calaveras
Luke Clayton, Steve Nixon

Luke speaks with San Antonia area guide Steve Nixon of www.sanantoniofishingguides.com and Captain Mike Williams, who leads fishing trips into the Gulf of Mexico from Galveston.

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