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Kitura Main of Headwaters Science Center helps Treshaun Tucker, 10, left, and his brother, Murray, 12, try out Morse code at a working telegraph Saturday during a grand opening of the Science Center's Communications Exhibit. The dual-station telegraph is the first phase of many that will highlight the history of communications, from smoke signals to modern wireless technology. Treshaun and Murray are HSC members who go to the Science Center with their family every Saturday. Pioneer Photo/Laurie Swenson

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Kitura Main of Headwaters Science Center helps Treshaun Tucker, 10, left, and his brother, Murray, 12, try out Morse code at a working telegraph Saturday during a grand opening of the Science Center's Communications Exhibit. The dual-station telegraph is the first phase of many that will highlight the history of communications, from smoke signals to modern wireless technology. Treshaun and Murray are HSC members who go to the Science Center with their family every Saturday. Pioneer Photo/Laurie Swenson

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