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Got Science?

Posted by Pamela Moore on

Afterschool students were excited for the opportunity to engage in an afternoon of hands on science learning. From making predictions to learning about reactions, the students enjoyed the lesson and look forward to continue more science learning and engagement. This project is funded by a Ready To Learn grant provided by the Department of Education to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

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Auto Correct: Hybrids - a little bit of this; a little bit of that

Last Updated by Liz Gill on

Hybrids have both gas and electric engines. Is it the best of both worlds? We hear from mechanic Allison Walker who also takes any car question.

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Creature Comforts: White-tailed Deer

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The white-tailed deer is the official land mammal of the state and it's number one game animal. Kamen Campbell, private land biologist at the Mississippi Department of Wildlife Fisheries & Park, joins the show to talk about the white-tail deer. He also gives an update about chronic wasting disease.

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Discovering careers in Mississippi

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A four-year college degree isn’t for everyone. But with Mississippi’s community colleges bursting with programs to fill good-paying jobs in high demand, career opportunities are plentiful for Mississippians.

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Fix It 101: Let's Work

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Today in the handyman hangout Jason, Del, and Jeff answer questions about every corner of the house. Is it okay to add a new story to a garage? Why LED lights? How often should have my house checked for termites? And these are just a few of the questions thrown at the guys today. Let's work!

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Relatively Speaking | January 15, 2019

Posted by Jay White on

Today we’ll be talking about siblings. Have you ever wondered why when you were raised in the same household with the same surroundings and the same parents that you and your siblings are so different. Do you really think that it is just birth order? If you do, think again. There is something else. Let’s talk about what is going on in your life.

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The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About the Skeletal System!

Posted by Pamela Moore on

Afterschool students at Northwood Village community enjoyed an afternoon of science fun! This lesson included a read aloud, science trivia, exploration and a science craft. This project is funded by a Ready To Learn grant provided by the Department of Education to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

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MAET board meets January 22

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The Mississippi Authority for Educational Television Board of Directors will meet Tuesday, Jan. 22 at 10 a.m. in the board room of the MPB building.

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In Legal Terms: League of Women Voters of Mississippi

Last Updated by Liz Gill on

The League of Women Voters is almost 100 years old. In Mississippi the nonpartisan group is vibrant and growing; encouraging women AND men to register to vote and educate themselves on issues affecting our lives.

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Money Talks: Time for a Financial Check Up?

Last Updated by Liz Gill on

To start your year, we want to help you take a look at your financial status. How do you compare to other Americans? What are your goals for improving?

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