Deadly Holiday Enforcement Period

Capt. Johnny Polous( Director of Public Affairs – Mississippi Highway Patrol) joins the conversation by phone to discuss the numbers from the holiday enforcement period and to reiterate the need to drive safely on Mississippi Highways. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here –

Staying Safe on the Roads this Thanksgiving

Capt. Johnny Polous(Mississippi Highway Patrol) stops by the studio to talk about staying safe while traveling this Thanksgiving on the roads and highways of Mississippi. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here –

The MS Coding Academies Sound ALMOST Too Good to be True

Herbert Brown(Classroom Instructor – Mississippi Coding Academies) stops by the studio to discuss the mission of the Mississippi Coding Academies in Jackson and the Golden Triangle. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here – Mississippi students are getting opportunities to brighten their futures with Mississippi Coding Academies in place around … Continue reading “The MS Coding Academies Sound ALMOST Too Good to be True”

Mississippi Center for Public Policy Roundtable

Brett Kitteridge and Hunter Estes(Mississippi Center for Public Policy) stopped by the studio to join the conversation and discuss Chick-fil-A’s kowtowing to social justice warriors and to touch on the state of things in Mississippi Public Schools. If you missed their conversation with JT, you can find it here –

Mississippi State University President – Dr. Mark Keenum on The JT Show

Mark Keenum(President – Mississippi State University) joins the conversation to talk about MS State’s work for our veterans, to discuss some of the programs underway at MS State that can impact the future of technology and agriculture, and to break down all the ways Mississippi State is fighting food insecurity. If you missed his conversation … Continue reading “Mississippi State University President – Dr. Mark Keenum on The JT Show”

Archery in Schools is Growing Quickly in the Magnolia State

Anette Orr Whatley(Archery Teacher at McLaurin High School) stops by the studio to break down how the explosive growth of archery in schools has impacted her students and school. If you missed her conversation with JT, you can find it here –