Industrial Park renamed to honor Max Hipp

In a ceremony today at the corner of Industrial Park in Oxford the Economic Development Foundation/Chamber of Commerce and Lafayette County honored former EDF/COC President Max Hipp by unveiling a new sign bearing his name.  Hipp retired after 25 years of service in that position.  Past chairman of the EDF Lawrence Chandler who recognized him reflected … Continue reading “Industrial Park renamed to honor Max Hipp”

Rebel Fans greet team on return from Omaha!

Nearly two thousand Rebel faithful gathered at Swayze in the heat to greet their baseball team as they arrived in two buses returning from Omaha.  It was a good turnout considering the lack of time the fans had to prepare for this event, the numerous change in times of their arrival and the 90-plus temperatures.    After … Continue reading “Rebel Fans greet team on return from Omaha!”

Oxford School District kicks off Chargers Turf Campaign.

The Oxford School District kicks off their multipurpose turf campaign.  Many local dignitaries joined Superintendent Brian Harvey and Athletic Director Johnny Hill for the groundbreaking ceremony.  They underlined the support of the community which has enabled them to start these projects.  Plans include placing synthetic turf on Bobby Holcomb Field, the baseball/softball indoor practice complex, … Continue reading “Oxford School District kicks off Chargers Turf Campaign.”

Dr. Ben Carson LIVE

Ben Carson’s ONE NATION will be coming to Mississippi. He will be in Meridian at LifeWay Christian Store on Thursday June 5th at 12:00 p.m. signing copies of his latest book. Then he will head to Jackson to Lemuria book store at 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 5th. Carson is the first surgeon to successfully separate … Continue reading “Dr. Ben Carson LIVE”

Tonya J. Powers of Fox News-Radio visits with GM

An Ole Miss alum and former Oxford radio personality is now on the national stage as a reporter for Fox News-Radio, Tonya J. Powers.  Tonya is visiting with SuperTalk 105.5. GM Rick Mize at the Ladies’ Football Forum at Ole Miss.  So Tonya is heard once again in Oxford as a part of the Fox … Continue reading “Tonya J. Powers of Fox News-Radio visits with GM”

Ole Miss in NCAA Regional Baseball Action

SuperTalk 105.5-your radio station for Ole Miss Sports-welcomes Georgia Tech, Washington and Jacksonville State Fans to town for the NCAA Regional tournament at Swayze Field. Join Matt & Richard live at the NCAA Regionals at Ole Miss this Friday afternoon from 3 till 6 presented by Visit Oxford.  Then you’ll hear our play-by-play coverage at … Continue reading “Ole Miss in NCAA Regional Baseball Action”

Head to Head live in Oxford at the Double Decker!

Madison Featherston of Visit Oxford visits with Richard and Matt during the 19th annual Double Decker Arts Festival in Oxford.  The event continues through Saturday night, 4/26, and features headliners The New Orleans Jazz Preservation Society and Charles Bradley on the Catepillar Stage on the North Side of the Square.

Current Events:

Current Event: Farmers’  Markets: Starkville Community Market The Starkville Community Market has vendors sharing fresh produce, live plants, baked goods and various arts for sale.  We have planned cooking and gardening demonstrations, how-to sessions, kids activities, live music, and more to make each Saturday at the Market a fun family affair! FIRESTATION PARK at Lampkin … Continue reading “Current Events:”

Head to Head to broadcast live from USM

Head to Head, Mississippi’s only statewide sports show, will broadcast live from outside Reed Green Coliseum on the Southern Miss campus on Thursday, February 27, from 3-6 p.m. The show is broadcasted locally on SuperTalk Mississippi stations WFMM 97.3 and WLAU 99.3 each weekday. Head to Head is co-hosted by Matt Wyatt, a former Mississippi … Continue reading “Head to Head to broadcast live from USM”

Fundraiser benefitting Camp Rainbow

Local Ellisville, MS Artist Amy Walters donates one of her paintings worth over $500.00 to auction off for Blair E. Batson’s Children’s Cancer Centers Annual June EVENT. Camp Rainbow lost their funding for the 2014 year from the American Cancer Society. This funding is crucial to the camp and has forced local volunteers to ask … Continue reading “Fundraiser benefitting Camp Rainbow”