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8:41am

Fri May 24, 2013
Local

Alexandria children's museum benefits from partnership with Shreveport museum

Sci-Port's education director Lou Papai stands next to the Gee Whiz Science Carnival trailer that hauls a collapsible, hands-on science exhibit.
Credit Kate Archer Kent

Two museums in Shreveport and Alexandria have formed a partnership to expose more Central Louisiana children to hands-on science learning. With funding from the Central Louisiana Community Foundation, the T.R.E.E. House Children’s Museum in Alexandria will host a traveling exhibit from Sci-Port: Louisiana’s Science Center. Hundreds of children will take part in the Gee Whiz Science Carnvial during its five-day exhibit in Alexandria. T.R.E.E. House director Kara Edwards said she hopes this collaboration with Sci-Port opens up new doors for her museum.

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7:35am

Fri May 24, 2013
Commentary

Gary Borders: On relishing panoramic vistas from a Texas plains ranch

A native pecan grove graces one part of this central Texas ranch on the banks of the San Gabriel River.
Credit Gary Borders

Commentator Gary Borders takes us pasture roaming on a central Texas Hill Country ranch.

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6:00pm

Thu May 23, 2013
Cultural, Community, Information

Health Matters: Eye Health

Dr. James Lusk

Airs Thursday, May 23 at 6 p.m. May is Healthy Vision Month. Join us this Thursday at 6 p.m. for Health Matters. Dr. James E. Lusk of Lusk Eye Specialists in Shreveport, will be our guest to discuss Eye Health and take your questions at 1-800-552-8502.

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8:45am

Thu May 23, 2013
Local

Shreveport teen wins top award from Intel

Henry Lin of Shreveport stands on a podium alongside Ionut Budisteanu of Romania and Eesha Khare of Saratoga, Calif. They received the top awards at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
Credit Intel Corporation

A Harvard University-bound Caddo Magnet High School graduate delivered his commencement speech via a taped video last week. Henry Lin, 17, of Shreveport missed graduation because he was receiving the Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award at the world’s largest high school science research fair, a week-long event held in Phoenix. Lin received a $50,000 scholarship and $8,000 in cash for his astrophysics project that explores far-off and ancient cluster galaxies.

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7:35am

Thu May 23, 2013
Commentary

What Was I Thinking for May 23, 2013

Commentator Brian O'Nuanain struggles today with the American Beer Commercials.

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