Rose Hill Cemetery is one of Meridian, Mississippi’s oldest. Much of the city’s history was shaped by those resting there. The oldest grave marker dates back to 1853, but burials were most likely taking place prior to that. Anne B. McKee is the Creator and Director of Rose Hill Historic Cemetery Costumed Tour and she stopped by … Continue reading “Meridian’s Rose Hill Cemetery”
Twelve Belhaven University dance majors are traveling to the nation’s capital for a once-in-a-lifetime performance. Among hundreds of compositions from the nation’s top collegiate dance programs, Belhaven is the only Mississippi university and Christian college that will perform at the 2018 National College Dance Festival in Washington, D.C. The American College Dance Association (ACDA) selected … Continue reading “Dance Majors to Represent Mississippi on National Stage”
Mississippi’s largest amateur sportsfest! The State Games of Mississippi began in 1991 with 1,200 athletes competing in 12 sports. The 2017 State Games consisted of 38 sports with more than 5,000 athletes competing. This year, 40 sports will again attract amateur athletes from across the state for top competition. Hear from the 2018 Male Athlete … Continue reading “The State Games of Mississippi”
Good Things with Rebecca Turner – Tuesday, May 22nd, 2018 You are going to hear all about the State Games of Mississippi and all the fun Olympic style events taking place around the Magnolia State!
Thursday, May 17th, 2018 Scheduled Guests and Topic You are hearing about an exciting announcement coming out of Starkville as Mississippi State will begin certifying Wellness Coaches, and you will learn more about their new Clinical Health Promotion. You’ll also hear about how the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Mississippi Foundation has helped them fund … Continue reading “Thursday on #GoodThings with @RebeccaTurnerRD”
Mississippi’s statistics on opioid use resulting in addiction and deaths are scary, and everyone seems to agree that there is an issue, but what to do next is up for debate. A team of University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC) physicians and caregivers is tackling the problem of pain from different angles. Let’s face it, … Continue reading “Mississippi Physicians Creating Opioid Use Alternatives Model”
Before the age of 22, Jasmine Murray had curated quite a resume: Finalist on “American Idol.” Miss Mississippi title. Top 10 Miss America. Appearances on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and “Live! With Regis & Kelly.” Today, Jasmine continues to shine her light as a Christian Artist and spreads a message of defying fear and anxiety … Continue reading “VOTE for Mississippi Christian Artist”
Walking on to the stage, prepared to perform a dance routine that had been rehearsed hundreds of times, Allie Allen experienced an odd sensation that stopped her in her tracks and would change her life’s course. At the tender age of 13, Allie Allen was diagnosed with a high grade, brain cancer and instantly became … Continue reading “Dancer with Cancer”
Just because a recipe has a few simple ingredients doesn’t mean the process isn’t a labor of love. Ask Nathan Sanford about the road to getting the myth, the legend, Grumpy Man Foods to shelves all across Mississippi. The salsa recipe is made with a few fresh and simple ingredients, with a particular pepper, but … Continue reading “Mississippi Made Salsa”
Mississippi Brilla is an amateur soccer club and Christian ministry that calls Clinton, Mississippi home, and with a penalty shootout win over the New Orleans Jesters last night, they have earned the opportunity to host a 2nd round match-up in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, a tournament that dates back to before World War … Continue reading “@MSBrillaFC Moving on to 2nd Round!”
Good Things with Rebecca Turner – Thursday, May 10th, 2018 You are going to hear from the founder and purveyor of “The Grumpy Salsa” as he talks about how he took a family recipe and turned it into a growing business!
Brittany Wagner has gained national respect as an athletic academic counselor and life coach. For eight years, she helped the most dominant junior college football program in the United States, the East Mississippi Community College (EMCC) Lions, focus on academic as well as athletic goals. You might recognize her from the hit Netflix documentary series, … Continue reading “Do you have a pencil?”