'League of Denial' retains its relevance

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Frontline has gotten its share of accolades from those who hand them out for excellence in documentary public television. “League of Denial” attracted its share of high praise for its groundbreaking report on the concussion epidemic plaguing the National Football League.

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Frontline gets richly deserved honor

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That means Panhandle PBS viewers will reap some of the reward from the quality documentary programming Frontline produces and is aired on Panhandle PBS.

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'Common Core' under attack

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Texas appears to be blazing a trail for other states to follow in the search for a better public education system. Or, the trail could lead to a blind alley.

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Thinking 'tornado' when thinking of Stinnett

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There once was a time when I thought of Donny Anderson, the great football player, whenever I thought of Stinnett, Texas. That was until I saw the video attached to this post. It comes from Panhandle PBS’s “Panhandle Stories” series commemorating the 25th anniversary of the arrival of public television to the Texas Panhandle.

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G.I. Bill: boom or bust for veterans?

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The PBS NewsHour has broadcast a news report that very well could make you angry, especially if you are a veteran or are the loved one of a veteran seeking to get a good college education.

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'Secrets of the Vatican' to be unveiled

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Pope Francis I became the head of the Catholic Church in a highly unconventional way. He succeeded a living man, Pope Benedict XVI, who stepped aside citing health concerns and his inability to do the job entrusted to him.

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Chemical may stem water evaporation

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So … you think we’ve got a drought here in the Panhandle? We’re in tough shape? Wichita Falls, about 225 miles or so to our southeast, is in dire straits. The Texas Tribune reports in this story posted to PanhandlePBS.org that Wichita Falls is experimenting with a chemical that it hopes will reduce water evaporation by 30 percent.

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Facebook getting a little snoopy

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The Facebook Experiment refers to when Facebook purposely manipulated content in a users newsfeed in an attempt to see how if would affect the users mood. John Kanelis has more.

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'Double Down' authors up once again

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Evan Smith talks to Mark Halperin and John Heilmann, authors of the book "Double Down: Game Change 2012," about President Barack Obama's 2012 reelection campaign.

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Roll out red, white and blue

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I'm such a sucker for patriotic pageantry. The music, the Stars and Stripes, the salutes to veterans, the tributes to our country's heritage. I love all of it. With that, I'm planning to come down with an acute case of Independence Day fever on Friday, the Fourth of July.

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Can the state cut property taxes? Yes, sort of

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Texas statewide political candidates can promise all they want that they'll cut property taxes. It's not that easy to explain, as the Texas Tribune's Ross Ramsey notes in the essay attached here. http://www.panhandlepbs.org/blogs/state-news/2014/06/27/analysis-finding-property-tax-cuts-that-taxpayers-feel/ Ramsey's story, which is posted on the Panhandlepbs.org website, explains how th...

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Remember the crisis in Egypt?

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It all seems so long ago now. It also seems like it was just yesterday. Egypt was one of the places that spawned the so-called "Arab Spring," remember? Masses of people stormed the streets to oust a dictator. They elected another man, who himself was turned out of office.

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Will tea party produce GOP diversity?

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Look at most Republican Party campaign events and take note of the audiences cheering the candidates. What do those folks have in common? To be absolutely blunt, they're overwhelmingly Anglo. Hugely so, in fact. The Republican Party's major task as the 2014 mid-term elections approach -- and beyond that -- is to find ways to diversity its appeal.

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