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!
Caller Michael joined the conversation to talk about his struggle to overcome addiction to opioids. He recounted how he was prescribed pain medication, following a car accident, that messed up his knee, and the hellish struggle he endured to overcome the addiction to opioids he developed during the treatment of his pain. He painted an … Continue reading “Caller – Michael Tells His Story of Overcoming Addiction”
Speaker Greg Snowden joined the conversation to discuss the wacky world of Magnolia State politics, from Former Governor Ronnie Musgrove’s failed lawsuit on education funding to proposed flag and tax referendums. If you missed the conversation, you can find it in full below!
Paul Abraham had a career in the music industry that spanned over four decades, and during that time, he worked as a road manager for Lynyrd Skynyrd. He joined JT to talk about his time with the legendary southern rock group, both before and after that fateful crash 40 years ago, and to give his … Continue reading “Music Industry Vet Paul Abraham on the JT Show”
Bill Moak, a Consumer Watchdog and Journalist, stopped by the studio to talk with JT about everything from spoofed spam calls and the Equifax hack to watching out for scams that will steal your invention idea out from under your nose. If you need to brush up on what to watch out for to keep … Continue reading “Consumer Awareness on the JT Show”
Starting this Thursday and wrapping up Saturday night in Greenville, you’ve got the opportunity to to try some amazing Hot Tamales paired with craft beers and to hear some live music from Steve Azar. Daniel Boggs, the Administrator for the 6th Annual Delta Hot Tamale Festival stopped by the JT Show to give you some … Continue reading “The Delta Hot Tamale Festival”
Senator Dean Kirby has put together a proposal that he hopes will give Mississippians more control over the taxes needed to fix the Magnolia State’s roads and bridges, and he jumped on the air with JT today to discuss how he developed this idea, with some inspiration from the state of Georgia. You can catch … Continue reading “Senator Dean Kirby on the JT Show”
Stephen Stamboulieh is an Attorney at Law that handles cases regarding the 2nd Amendment and your rights to bear arms. He stopped by the studio to talk about the bipartisan push to pass legislation on Bump-Fire stocks following the Las Vegas shooting. He is disappointed that the NRA has come out in favor of banning … Continue reading “Stephen Stamboulieh Stops By the Studio”