What is Huntington’s Disease? How does it affect the families of those who have been diagnosed? Heather Thurgood-Wilmoth, Traffic Manager for SuperTalk Southwest and SuperTalk Pike County, discusses Huntington’s Disease Awareness Month in May and how the disease has impacted her life following her husband Nathan’s diagnosis.
Get in shape, for free? Paul Lacoste and his Fit4Change training are coming to Brookhaven and offering a free 12-week training program. He wants your F.A.T. – Fears Affecting Transformation. Paul explains what it’s all about. To sign up, visit Paul’s website.
Dave Nichols and Wirt Peterson discuss the Southwest Mississippi Planning and Development District on the Economic Development Show.
Celeste Williamson visited Thursday Open Lines to announce Workforce Education programs accepting registrations now at CoLin.
Georgia Blue Director of Operations, Brent Robinson, stopped by the show to discuss career opportunities at Georgia Blue in Brookhaven.
Rev. Wayne Moak of Clear Branch Baptist Church stopped by the studio to talk about an event this weekend featuring Riding High Ministries with Todd Pierce.
Rob McCreary, Director of Federal Programs for Brookhaven Schools, encourages local residents to complete a survey regarding education.
Johnny Ray Hall and Quinn Jordan stopped by the studio to preview a special memorial to be set up in Bogue Chitto.
The annual Spring Fling event is this weekend at Exchange Club Park in Brookhaven. Chad Moak joined the show to preview the festivities.
Dave Nichols joins the show to talk about this weekend’s inaugural Red Bluff Gran Fondo and MCentury Bike Ride in Monticello.
This week, Dave is joined by Tour de France veteran Frankie Andreu to talk about the upcoming Red Bluff Gran Fondo and MCentury Ride coming up March 9, in Monticello.