March is Red Cross month and the American Red Cross Service to the Armed Forces (SAF) division prepares to train those who want to become caseworkers to support military families. The Red Cross is increasing its SAF workforce in response to hundreds of Mississippi military workers set to deploy this spring. The Mississippi needs volunteers to … Continue reading “Mississippi Red Cross SAF”
Governor Bryant returned to Mississippi late last night from the historic infrastructure meeting with the President at the White House. Another notable participant, sitting directly on Trump’s left, was Vicksburg Mayor George Flaggs. The audio is from Gov Bryant revealing his suggestion on addressing the roads and bridges issue in our state. He made news … Continue reading “Governor’s plan to fix Mississippi roads”
Mississippi’s latest museums are breaking attendance records! Bringing many people to the Magnolia State to learn about our unique history. Part of that history includes President Woodrow Wilson and his family spending their first Christmas and New Year’s as the First Family in Pass Christian, Mississippi. Brother Rodgers with Mississippi Department of Archives and History … Continue reading “President Woodrow Wilson’s Mississippi Holidays”
Representative Charles Busby is the Chairman of the Transportation Committee and he hinted at a possible increase in the gas tax – money that would go for much-needed bridge and road repair in the state of Mississippi.
Don’t Drop the Ball on Energy Savings This New Year! Even though warm temps are headed our way this weekend, you still want to be sure you’re taking every chance to save money at the meter! Mara Hartman with Entergy Mississippi stopped by the studio to talk tips to save you money on your electric … Continue reading “Stay Warm and Save Money”
Jeans tailored made to fit you, that are also made in Mississippi, is a dream come true! Listen to learn more: Watch here:
Your dinner is more than a place to eat, it’s a place where your family connects, celebrates, and continues traditions. Learn how a gentleman from Ireland fell in love with Mississippi and crafting tables by hand. Listen here: Watch here:
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””
There are a lot of thankless jobs out there – and being the trash guy is certainly one of them. But this little guy loves seeing his crew from Waste Management every Monday and Thursday. Cason is almost 2-years-old, and stays with his Grandmother in Pearl, Mississippi during the day. This past summer, when the … Continue reading “Sweet Video: Toddler gives thanks to his trash guys”
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