There is new technology coming out of Mississippi that shaking up the industry of software. You don’t have to go to Silicon Valley to find innovation. Oxford, Mississippi is currently the home to a company called Myra Mirrors that invented an operating system that enables people to interact with mirrors. Sam Bertolet, the founder of Myra Mirrors, … Continue reading “Mississippi Myra Mirrors”
Mississippi State University’s awarded their first Astronaut Scholarship recipient, a senior civil engineering major Phong C. Ly of Brandon. Receiving a $10,000 merit-based award from the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation, Ly is pursuing an environmental engineering concentration through MSU’s James Worth Bagley College of Engineering. Phong joined Rebecca Turner on Good Things to share in his experience … Continue reading “MSU’s First Astronaut Scholar”
In 2010 a group of people came together under the leadership of Annie McKee, and with the endorsement of the Cemetery Caretaker, Walton Moore and formed “The Rose Hill Company.” Together these people researched and prepared for months to present a historical picture of some of the individuals interred in Rose Hill Cemetery. Annually, the … Continue reading “Mississippi’s Rose Hill Cemetery”
Every year during the month of September, Safe Kids coalition members host events in Mississippi and across the country to help parents learn how to install and use their car seat correctly. These events are in celebration of National Child Passenger Safety Month. Listen to learn what you need to know about what Mississippi is doing … Continue reading “Car Seat Safety Tips”
1:5 Mississippians battle hunger and/or food insecurity. Extra Table was created to help put a stop to hunger. By partnering with Sysco, Extra Table is delivering healthy and nutritious food to food pantries and soup kitchens at below wholesale prices each month. Martha Allen, the executive director of Extra Table, joined Rebecca Turner on Good Things … Continue reading “Mississippi’s Extra Table”
Miss Tupelo Asya Branch was crowned Miss Mississippi 2018. After wrapping up competing in Miss America, Asya stopped by Good Things to share with Rebecca Turner her platform and focus for the future. Listen to how Asya responds to Rebecca’s rapid-fire questions.
Da Vinci’s Machines brings the innovations of Leonardo da Vinci to life. Featuring over 75 inventions reconstructed from his illustrations and writings, guests will encounter and test these amazing inventions, from flying machines and war weapons to diving gear and the self-propelled car. Da Vinci’s Machines is on exhibition at the Lauren Rogers Museum of … Continue reading “Leonardo da Vinci: Machines”
If it’s fall in Mississippi, it’s the season for sports-related injuries. When athletes get hurt, there’s a fairly short list of common injuries that come into play. Chief among them: ankle sprains, muscle strains, concussions, shin splints and knee injuries such as anterior cruciate ligament tears and meniscal tears. Dr. Jim Hurt, assistant professor of orthopedic … Continue reading “Sports-Related Injuries”
The World Catfish Festival has become a major tourist draw to the Mississippi Delta. Because of its reputation as a family-oriented event, the World Catfish Festival has received several awards including Top 100 Events in North America and Top 20 Events of the Southeast. In addition to the live entertainment, the crowds are entertained with … Continue reading “Miss Catfish 2018”
Prairie Wildlife is a premier conservation-driven sporting estate that is leading the native prairie grass restoration movement in the Black Prairie region of Mississippi. Located in the Golden Triangle in West Point Mississippi. Bennie Atkinson, the general manager, sat down with Rebecca Turner on Good Things to talk about how reviving Mississippi’s prairie land got … Continue reading “Mississippi Black Prairie Restoration”
The start of college football season means it is the start of tailgating season. Whether you prefer The Grove, The District, or The Junction, you’ll want to know the ends and outs of your tailgating spot. Kyle Thorton joined Rebecca Turner on Good Things to talk tailgating tips.
Starkville’s United Methodist Church gathered a group of women interested in serving their local community and headed down to a low-income apartment complex. They started by loving on ladies (and men) while they did their laundry and listened to their additional needs. Cindy Melby joined Rebecca Turner on Good Things to share how helping with … Continue reading “Starkville Women Bring Laundry Love”