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Kids Appreciation Day - FREE Event

Join us for a FREE day of dental health education and lots of fun! When: Saturday, August 1st Where: 3801 50th Street (Memphis Place Mall Parking Lot) Time: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Participate in dental education activitiesTake a tour of our officesMeet the dentistHave a look inside one of our local Fire TrucksBouncy housesMeet Tex the Tooth and Clifford the Big Red Dog courtesy of PBS Kid’s Club Spider ClimberFace Painting/Balloon ArtistPetting ZooKoni Ice Snowcones & snacks
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David Weindorf, Ph.D. is the Executive Producer of Between Earth and Sky. He approached Texas Tech Public Media in the spring of 2015 with an idea he was very passionate about. A soil scientist, Dr. Weindorf had been on the Arctic Soil Field Tour in Alaska with Chien-Lu Ping, Ph.D. multiple times and knew how important and valuable the field tour was to not only the science of soil but to our understanding of climate change. David had already crafted a draft of what the film could look like and one thing he was sure of was that Dr.

The driving force behind Between Earth and Sky is Chien-Lu Ping's Arctic Soil Field Tour course conducted by the University of Alaska-Fairbanks. Here is a description of the class from UAF's website: 

Kids Appreciation Day - FREE Event

Jul 29, 2015

Join us for a FREE day of dental health education and lots of fun!

When:  Saturday, August 1st

Where:  3801 50th Street

(Memphis Place Mall Parking Lot)

Time:  9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Family Meal Blog: Pizza | 24 Frames

Jul 28, 2015

The Family Meal Blog shows us how to make an awesome, and healthy, pizza on this installment of 24 Frames.

24 Frames airs Saturdays @ 9pm on KTTZ-TV Channel 5.

Between Earth and Sky: The Train

Jul 28, 2015

Alaska is home to one of the last "flag stop" trains in North America. That means you can stand by the tracks with your thumb out and they'll pick you up, or you can wave a flag out the window and they'll drop you off wherever you want.

Over the course of the production we haven't just been interviewing scientists. Business owners, train conductors, and what we might call just ordinary citizens, have all been included in the film. One of the most unique perspectives we've gotten has come from those who farm the Last Frontier. Alaskan farmers have a unique perspective on just about everything, but one insight we were most interested in was how weather is affecting farming in the state. Not all of which is negative, later winters and earlier summers mean longer growing seasons.

The Bomb: July 28th on KTTZ-TV

Jul 23, 2015

U.S and Iran reach a historic nuclear weapon deal. Now, discover the history of the nuclear bomb and unlock the mystery of Uranium in 2 new programs beginning Tuesday, July 28. THE BOMB airs at 7pm, followed by URANIUM: TWISTING THE DRAGON’S TAIL at 9pm on KTTZ-TV

We've come to decide that Alaska is absolutely a verb, we've been "Alasking" across this beautiful state being mindful of the majesty of the nature and landscape that is in front of us. The people who live in Alaska, or at least everyone we've met, loves and respects the natural world, and takes serious the stewardship of the earth. This is something that has stuck with us as we've made our way north through the LARGEST state. Any time we mention we are from Texas we are reminded that we are second to Alaska in size. At the restaurant tonight, 49th State Brewing Co.

Elaine is our DJI Inspire 1 UAV. She's been flying all over Alaska getting beautiful shots. 

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