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10:24am

Mon July 9, 2012
Local

Kickball takes flight in Lufkin

Big Blue Kickball

The Lufkin Parks and Recreation Department is bringing back games customarily played at school recess to lure more adults into recreational sporting leagues. Assistant director Jason Arnold says he'll be coordinating two kickball tournaments a year. He also plans to start adult dodgeball in the fall.

9:59am

Fri July 6, 2012
Local

Shreveporter does humanitarian medical relief in Ghana

Tia Landrum will spend 30 days in Ghana for a medical internship. The Centenary College biology and chemistry double major also works as a massage therapist in Shreveport.
Kate Archer Kent

Centenary College student Tia Landrum, 23, leaves for Western Africa next week  for a medical internship with Global Brigades, a student-led nonprofit health organization. Landrum says her lifelong dream has been to do humanitarian medical relief work around the globe. She plans to continue volunteer work in Haiti in December.

9:45am

Fri July 6, 2012
Commentary

McDonald: State of the Union, Archie style

Commentator Archie McDonald tries his hand at a presidential State of the Union address with much fanfare.

10:49am

Thu July 5, 2012
Local

Historical society saves Chireno Baptist Church

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The tiny town of Chireno, Texas, has preserved a 112-year-old church and moved it to the center of town. The Chireno Historical Society is transforming Chireno Baptist Church into a community meeting spot. It aims to raise $50,000 with the help of the new wave of oil and gas businesses in town.

7:35am

Thu July 5, 2012
Commentary

What Was I Thinking for July 5, 2012

Commentator Brian O'Nuanain ponders the possibilities of 3D Printing in manufacturing. Curious? Well listen here for all the details.   Printing a Bicycle in 3D

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