If you pop into one of Mississippi’s finest, locally owned and grown restaurants, there is almost always an incredible story to be told. And, that holds true with Ravine Restaurant out of Oxford, MS- and founder Jole Miller joined us by phone to share their unique story from sketch to reality.
Lt. Col. Thomas Tuggle and Capt. Johnny Polous from the Mississippi Highway Patrol stopped by the studio to talk with JT about the Las Vegas shooting and to let the public know a little bit about the training Law Enforcement Officers go through to prepare for an active shooter situation. You can find the full … Continue reading “Active Shooter Training for LEOs”
Below, a conversation With Mary Wieden and State Treasurer Lynn Fitch. Segment 1 Segment 2 Segment 3
Mississippi State Auditor Stacey Pickering stopped by the studio to talk to JT about the work he and his office have done to find and prosecute people stealing money from the taxpayers of the Magnolia State. He mentioned one case in Ecru where a clerk was allegedly embezzling money to buy custom, high-end firearms for … Continue reading “Auditor Stacey Pickering stamping out fraud!”
Andy Berry, the Executive Vice President of the Cattlemen’s Association, stopped by the studio to talk about one of JT’s favorite subjects, MEAT! He brought JT and Ryno the only acceptable “bouquet” for one man to give another, a Beef Jerky Bouquet! You can listen the entire interview below!
Ever wondered what Mississippi attractions are lurking in your backyard? Or traveling within the state and looking for places to eat local? You’re in luck. Now you can explore Mississippi’s cultural regions in one easy to use website. Mississippi’s diversity brings a world of influence to your tables and experiences. Andy Chapman with the Mississippi … Continue reading “Eat, Stay, and Play in Mississippi”
Brittany Bell(The Growing Tree) and Jake Winter(Principal – New Summit School) stop by the studio to discuss the opening of an amazing new school for children diagnosed with Autism, called The Spectrum Academy!
The Southern Documentary Project produces documentary films and radio programs. SouthDocs teaches classes in Southern Studies, Journalism, and the Cinema program and provides internships to University of Mississippi students. Dr. Andrew Harper, director of the Southern Documentary Project and Inst. Asst. Professor of Southern Studies and Journalism at the University of Mississippi called into Good Things … Continue reading “Training Mississippi’s Future Storytellers”
You don’t get much more southern than a tall glass of sweet-iced tea! And, here in Mississippi we take our sweet tea seriously enough to seek out the best in the state. Broma’s Deli, found in the communities of Brookhaven and McComb, was awarded Best Sweet Tea in Mississippi by Mississippi Magazine. Broma’s general manger, … Continue reading “Voted Best Sweet Tea in Mississippi”
Congressman Gregg Harper(R-MS 3rd District) stopped by the studio to talk with JT about anything and everything from Washington to Charlottesville and from Trump to mainstream media. You can find the full conversation below.
After an earthquake hit the Philippians, one boonville boy wanted to make a difference. Webb DeVaughn, set out to help raise funds for Rosemary’s Home of Hope by selling snow cones for $1.00. His mom, Misty DeVaughn, wanted to help boost his clientele and made a boost on Facebook- as you can imagine, the word snowballed … Continue reading “Snow Cone Stand Raises Mega Money”
The Mississippi Girlchoir (MGC) is Mississippi’s premier choral organization for girls in grades 3-12. The organization was founded in 1995 with just 17 young women and has grown to more than 100 voices divided into four distinct choirs: Their mission is to foster a dedicated community of vocal excellence through music education, vocal training and … Continue reading “Mississippi Girlchoir Teaching Vocal Excellence”