Wednesday afternoon, people living on Gallatin Street in Summit heard “a loud boom”, which was the roof of the Triumph Church of God In Christ collapsing. Wednesday night, we spoke with Stan McMorris, Chief of the Summit Volunteer Fire Department, about the collapse: The church was established in 1904, but the building was only 16 … Continue reading “Roof Collapses On Summit Church”
Coach found another use for his Center Mass Bells(which you will get to see him demonstrate them on “Thursday with Coach Kilgore” this week!), and he came up with the “Sinister 6” workout. It involved a circuit of 6 stations with 6 reps(sometimes 12, but I’ll explain), and you had to complete the circuit 6 … Continue reading “OHS Day 47: The Sinister 6 Kicked My Butt! (Ryno)”
Crews began work in downtown McComb today to clean up the debris left behind after the Sunday afternoon collapse of the Jubilee Performing Arts Center building at the corner of Main Street and Broadway. On Thursday, work should begin on stabilizing the remains of the building so that the downtown area can be reopened for … Continue reading “Cleanup Of Collapsed Building In McComb Begins”
Soon after he was formally introduced as the head coach at Ole Miss in a press conference, Matt Luke jumped on the Farm Bureau guest line to talk about his new position, how he got there, and what to expect from his team moving forward.
I’m back for Week 13 of the Operation Healthy State Boot Camp, and I don’t have my trusty beard with me! I’m excited to see what Coach has in store for me the rest of the week, but I’ve got to get my diet back in line if I hope to continue to see gains … Continue reading “OHS Day 46: Week 13 Begins Sans Beard! (Ryno)”
The college football world was buzzing last night after the Hugh Freeze resignation as head coach for Ole Miss football. Dan Wolken of the USA Today joined H2H to discuss the Hugh Freeze story, what it means for Ole Miss’ NCAA investigation, and who the school should look at moving forward to be their coach.
Every time Godfrey joins Head to Head on the Farm Bureau guest line he brings unique perspective and today was no different. Godfrey joined Head to Head to discuss the Hugh Freeze resignation from Ole Miss and what it means moving forward.
Dinner and a movie is no longer the perfect first date. Try dinner and a murder mystery! The Detectives Comedy Dinner Theatre is an interactive comedic event in which guests enjoy a meal while actors are amongst the audience. As the story unfolds a member of the cast unexpectedly dies an untimely death. It’s up to … Continue reading “Murder at Dinner?”
News broke of Hugh Freeze resigning as head football coach at Ole Miss after Head to Head went off the air on Thursday evening. That didn’t stop Matt and Richard from turning the mics on for an “instant reaction” of the news. Here are a couple parts of that conversation, plus audio from the Ole … Continue reading “Reacting to Hugh Freeze’s resignation as Ole Miss head coach”
When you were a kid did you have dreams of being on the big-screen? Do you have a kid who enjoys playing dress up in their room, acting out their favorite characters? It’s true, that most living room performances don’t turn into actual Hollywood careers, but that doesn’t mean kids or adults should shy away … Continue reading “Thriving on the Big Screen while rooted in Mississippi”
If you’ve eaten today, you have a farmer to thank for that. One of the best places to get fresh from the Mississippi ground food is visiting your local farmer’s market! But, unfortunately, that’s not so easy for all Mississippians, with 1-5 struggling with food insecurity. Good Things guest, Erin Smith, with the AARP Foundation … Continue reading “Fresh Savings for Farmer’s Markets”
Wednesday morning, Dave had the pleasure of a visit from Will Rivers, an alumnus of the Palmer Home for Children. After leaving the Palmer Home, he went on to great things, playing with Willie Nelson, Kris Kristoffersen, the Almann Brothers and more, and had the longest tenure as an invited performer at the New Orleans … Continue reading “From The Palmer Home To The JazzFest Stage…To Pike County?”