Good Things :: On Demand

ON DEMAND | Good Things with Rebecca Turner
2:00 pm - April 1
 
Good Things with Rebecca Turner is Mississippi’s Radio Happy Hour. Join Rebecca as she brings you the good stories about Mississippi’s people, places and things to do.
Good Things with Rebecca Turner
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Good Things with Rebecca Turner
May 22
ON DEMAND | Good Things with Rebecca Turner
10 Recordings.   
6.5.20
 
Good Things with Rebecca Turner
6.4.20
 
Good Things with Rebecca Turner
Maribel Alonso, USDA Food Safety Expert talks about Food Safety Tips for Severe Weather, Disasters and Emergencies and then Bart Luther owner of Biloxi Bicycle Works talks about how the recreational and family cycling is booming in the midst of the pandemic. ,
6.3.20
 
Good Things with Rebecca Turner
6.2.20
 
Good Things with Rebecca Turner
6.1.20
 
Good Things with Rebecca Turner
Tupelo Kiwanis Club: Even though they have not met since March, the club has collected their typical Friday meal money, and donated $9,100 to the Tupelo Hunger Coalition and are on target to donate another $5,4000 for the month of June. ,
5.29.20
 
Good Things with Rebecca Turner
Stennis Space Center Deputy Director Randy Galloway served on the readiness review board for the launch. There also was a Stennis engineer who provided some testing and analysis related to the launch of SpaceX ,
5.28.20
 
Good Things with Rebecca Turner
Wade Clark, Author, "Winds Through the Mulberry Tree". It is about his daughter that was killed in a car accident in Laurel Labor Day weekend. Wade is a principal at Jones County Elementary School and coaches baseball. The senior class created a significant memorial wall for his daughter, Breanna. ,
5.27.20
 
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Ryn Laster with Mississippi Egg Marketing Board and Director of Food Safety and Animal Welfare at Cal-Maine Foods, Inc. talks about how May is Egg Month, plus Cal-Maine made a significant egg donation to fight hunger relief efforts due to COVID,
5.26.20
 
Good Things with Rebecca Turner
Singer-songwriter Sara Douga talks about a virtual songwriting workshop for children through the Grammy Museum Mississippi presented in partnership with the I’ll Fly Away Foundation ,
5.25.20
 
Good Things with Rebecca Turner