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Mon June 26, 2006
By Jim Michael
Murray, KY – High school students from three states are spending part of their summer doing something a bit different from most of their peers. Instead of going to a regular summer camp, they're spending a week learning about advanced telecommunication technologies.
Click the "Listen" icon above to hear Jim Micheal's report on Murray State's "CyberCave."