A member of the Supertalk family that hasn’t made his way home in over two years, David Day, stopped by the studio today to give JT an update on his world travels. He recounted stories from his time in Europe and Asia, explaining hostels to JT, and answering questions about his time overseas. If you … Continue reading “David Day – World Traveler”
The NCAA sanctions came down on Hugh Freeze and the Ole Miss Rebels on Friday for violations that occurred over a number of years in Oxford. Several hours after the NCAA issued its findings and the sanctions for the Ole Miss football program, former Rebels head coach Hugh Freeze responded to the ruling and punishment … Continue reading “H2H: What About You, Hugh?”
Mississippi Farm Bureau President Mike McCormick sat down with JT to talk about the importance of agriculture to the Magnolia State’s economy and to touch on some awards that are being handed out at their conference going on today. If you missed the conversation, you can find it here!
Paul Davis with the Mississippi Wildlife Federation stopped by the studio to discuss the Hunter’s Harvest Program and to let conservationists across the Magnolia State know how they can help put food on the table for families struggling to make ends meet. If you missed the conversation, you can find it here.
Jimmie Nichols from Grabuone Outfitters and one of the stars of the show “Mississippi Snake Grabbers” stopped by the JT Show to talk a little bit about how he and his buddies wound up turning a hobby into an enterprise and how they ended up on a Canadian TV show, that you can now see on … Continue reading “Grabuone Outfitters and “Mississippi Snake Grabbers””
Everett Kennard, the Mississippi State Athletics Head Bus Driver, stopped by to talk to JT and swap stories about Mississippi State on the day before the Battle for the Golden Egg. If you missed any of their great conversation, you can find it in full below!
MS State Insurance Commissioner Mike Chaney stopped by the studio to discuss a wide range of topics, from changes being made at the Eudora Welty Library to how to safely fry a turkey! If you missed the conversation, you can hear the full discussion below –
Colonel Chris Gillard and Lt Colonel Randy Ginn stopped by the studio to discuss the Trooper School and the work that the Mississippi Highway Patrol does on a daily basis to keep Mississippians safe on the highway of the Magnolia State!
Senator Josh Harkins stopped by the studio to discuss the upcoming legislative session and the proposed changes to the airport board coming down the pipe for the Jackson airport. If you missed the conversation, you can find it here!
The work done by Eight Days of Hope is truly phenomenal, and if you missed it on Good Things with Rebecca Turner, they have recently announced a Nationwide expansion that will be headquartered in Tupelo! After opening a new building to help spread their ministry and to better facilitate the work they do helping restore … Continue reading “Eight Days of Hope on Good Things”
Diabetes is a disease that affects how the body produces or uses insulin, the peptide hormone responsible for breaking down sugar in the body, and November is National Diabetes Awareness Month. The human body is an amazingly resilient creation, and experts agree that many people that would be diagnosed with Diabetes often ignore or don’t … Continue reading “November is Diabetes Awareness Month”
The Gulf Coast Paranormal investigators joined the conversation with Dave Hughes to talk about their work in trying to identify paranormal phenomena with scientific instruments and methodology. Dave loves this spooky stuff, so he was like a kid in a candy store talking to the investigators. You don’t want to miss it!