This morning, Chuck Ivey’s guest are Jennifer Jackson from the Mississippi School of the Arts, Janet Currie with the Wesson Chamber of Commerce, and the Mississippi Baptist Convention Board’s Executive Director Dr. Jim Futral.
This week, Dave Nichols welcomes Adams County Economic Developer Chandler Russ.
This week, Chuck Ivey is joined by Senator Sally Doty, Representative Becky Currie, and Representative Vince Mangold to discuss the upcoming legislative session. Then, Shaw Furlow and Teresa Moyer discuss Coats for the Cold and a songwriters concert Saturday night at Recess 101. It’s all on this week’s Thursday Open Lines.
Demario Davis is a Mississippi native who played football for Brandon High School while his mother worked at St. Dominic Hospital. Today, he is a starting linebacker in the NFL for the New Orleans Saints. Recently, the NFL fined him for his headband that read “Man of God.” Demario decided he would use his platform … Continue reading “As a ‘Man of God’ Demario Davis gives back to Mississippi”
This week on Thursday Open Lines, Chuck Ivey welcomes Katie Nations to talk about the Brookhaven Christmas Parade, Shannon Aker discusses a fundraising effort for local food pantries, Anthony Thompson tells us about Wreaths Across America, and Pam Whittaker invites us to the Lincoln-Lawrence-Franklin Regional Library for Christmas events.
A special Veterans’ Day edition of Thursday Open Lines with Chuck Ivey and Jack Rutland, live from the Military Museum in Brookhaven.
This morning Gary Darby had a chance to chat with a trio of leaders in Hernando. Mayor Tom Ferguson, Executive Director of the Hernando Main Street Chamber of Commerce Sibonie Swatzyna and Director of Community Development Gia Matheny all joined the show to promote the upcoming events. Take a listen!!
This week, Dave Nichols welcomes Janice McKellar, Workforce Training Specialist, and Savina Falvey, Workforce Training Coordinator, from Southwest Mississippi Community College.
On the Halloween edition of TOL, Chuck Ivey welcomes Pam Whittaker from the Lincoln-Lawrence-Franklin Regional Library, Brooklyn Schmidt with Southwest Mississippi Children’s Advocacy Center, Katie Nations with information about Brookhaven-Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce’s Christmas Open House event, and Jack Rutland, Jr., discusses next week’s Veteran’s Day special edition of TOL.
Dave Nichols welcomes back Co-Lin Workforce Director Stephanie Sullivan.