Richard Cross, Michael Borkey and Brian Scott Rippee sat down with tournament director Steve Jent at the Sanderson Farms Championship yesterday. Find out just how much notoriety and awareness this spectacular tournament brings to Blair E. Batson Hospital for Children and the Magnolia State.
Mark Twain said “Let us endeavor to live that when we come to die even the undertaker will be sorry.” Kipp Greggory certainly embodied that. We made this small tribute in loving memory of Kipp. He may be gone, but he will not be forgotten. Rest in peace, dear friend.
Bill Wikstrom, President of the MSVAA (Mississippi Vaping Advocacy Association), owner of Vaporized, a vape store with multiple locations in Mississippi and Alabama, and former cigarette smoker, joined Paul to discuss the benefits of vaping. Bill who is a 20 year Army veteran believes vaping can help to free people from harmful cigarettes. Bill also … Continue reading “The Possible Benefits of Vaping”
Dr. Thomas Payne is a professor within the Department of Otolaryngology at University of Mississippi Medical Center, and the acting director of the ACT Center, which focuses on tobacco treatment. Dr. Payne has been instrumental to the field of behavioral medicine, helping many people to get away from tobacco use. Dr. Payne’s most recent challenge … Continue reading “Vaping, The Newest American Addiction – Dr. Thomas Payne”
Families first for Mississippi is opening a new Mississippi Community Education Center in downtown Jackson with the mission to continue to help families across the Magnolia State in new and innovative ways. Check out the interview here!
Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves joined us this morning for an update on his run for governor. See the whole interview here!
Representative Steve Holland joined the Gallo Show this morning to talk about his 1oth election, and his first as an independent. Catch the whole interview here!
Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith joined the Gallo Show to talk about her work in Washington D.C., GEAR UP Grants, China and more! Catch the whole interview here.
The Mississippi Community Education Center Families First for Mississippi State Street Center officially opens its doors Tuesday, September 10. We got to take a sneak peak at the center and the incredible services they provide to Mississippians. You’ll be able to take advantage any time. Just walk in and say hello. Celebrate an open house … Continue reading “MCEC Families First State Street center opens to the public”
When law enforcement and public safety officials need details on a suspect, a missing person or a disaster situation, they rely on the men and women of the Mississippi Analysis and Information Center, otherwise known as the Fusion Center. The Fusion Center is a hub of information that helps police departments and sheriff offices, as … Continue reading “Connecting public safety with the wider world: the Mississippi Fusion Center”
What’s going to happen if it keeps raining? Brandon natives William, Cara and Carson Bristow have produced a powerful documentary on the disastrous Delta flooding that’s been affecting families along the Mississippi River. Watch the entire interview here:
In case you missed it, we got to sit down and visit with Lynn Fitch as the primary runoff election approaches.