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April 18, 2022 13 min
Kaylee Henry of Girls' Haven and their work with troubled young girls in Southeast Texas. Plus, information on an upcoming fundraiser. To learn more call 409-832-6223.
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Forrie J Snith stopped by iHeart to talk about how he got into acting and his role as Lloyd Pierce in the hit TV series Yellowstone.
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Dana Ward with the Fire Museum of Texas in Beaumont talks about fun programs for kids and the history of the museum.
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Rayanna Hoeft and Kara Timberlake of the McFaddin-Ward House Historic Museum describe a 1920's Southeast Texas Christmas.
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Lamar University President Dr. Jaime Taylor and his wife Stacey talk homecoming fun. Dr. Taylor also outlines some of his goals for the university.
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Megan Urban with the Big Thicket National Preserve talks about the diversity of life in the Thicket. The Southeast Texas Preserve is home to carnivorous plants as well as 1,300 other plant species. With over 113,000 acres Urban says there is plenty to explore.
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Barb Newhouse with The Southeast Texas Food Bank talks with Jim Love about hunger in our area and the mission of the food bank.
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Chester Jourdan with the American Red Cross talks with Harold Mann on how Southeast Texas can help hurricane victims in Louisiana.
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Food blogger Lauren Bebeau on local restaurants and food trends in Southeast Texas.
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Silsbee's Mark Henry talks with Harold Mann and Trey Poston about his local roots, his legendary career, and the recent Olympics. Henry burst onto the scene at the 1992 Summer Olympics and holds the distinction of having been a World's Champion in three sports: Powerlifting, Strongman, and Wrestling.
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Troy Gray, Director of the Spindletop-Gladys City Boomtown Museum talks the discovery of oil and fun events for the family at the museum located at 5550 Jimmy Simmons Blvd in Beaumont. Besides recounting some Spindletop history Troy talks about upcoming events including blacksmith, bladesmith, and photography classes to be held at the museum.
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Texas Speaker of the House Dade Phelan joins Harold Mann to talk about the House election integrity bill and breakaway Democrats.
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Leah Stark and Jim Love talk about the upcoming 21-22 season at the Lutcher Theater in Orange.
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Tom Neal of the Museum of the Gulf Coast talks with Al Caldwell and Jim Love about the music and sports legends of Southeast Texas.
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Jefferson County Judge Jeff Branick talks post-pandemic, Ford Park, and taxes with Harold Mann and Jim Love.
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Harold Mann and Jim Love talk with Paula O'Neal of Some Other Place and how how the organization works to meet the emergency needs of the poor and less fortunate in Beaumont.
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Harold Mann and Jim Love talk with BISD Superintendent Dr. Shannon Allen about the past school year and future plans for the district. Dr. Allen also discusses BISD's early childhood programs and high school programs to familiarize students with various careers.
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With Texas approval of permitless carry Training Instructor Stephen "Doc" Watson explains some simple rules for gun safety at home and on the road.
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Trey Poston and Harold Mann talk with Bree Porter of the Humane Society of Southeast Texas about pet adoption and how you can help in their mission. They are located at 2050 Spindletop Ave in Beaumont and online at humanesocietyofsoutheasttexas.org.
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Lee Wheeler, Chairman of Crime Stoppers of Southeast Texas, talks with Jim Love and Harold Mann about a new initiative in area high schools.
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