A special Veterans’ Day edition of Thursday Open Lines with Chuck Ivey and Jack Rutland, live from the Military Museum in Brookhaven.
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.
On this edition of TOL, Chuck Ivey is joined by Roger Talley of The Talleys, Lisa Furlow of the FBC Brookhaven children’s ministry, Greg Marlow with VFW Post 2618, and Kendall Boutwell with the Sheepdogs.
Dave Nichols welcomes the new Co-Lin Workforce Center Director, Stephanie Sullivan.
Chuck Ivey welcomes great guests this week like Rebecca Bates discussing the Flower and Garden Festival, and Greg Marlow with the VFW, plus updates on the Junior Auxiliary Shrimp Day and the Beauregard UMC Homecoming event.
Dave Nichols discusses economic development in McComb, Mississippi with McComb Mayor Quordiniah Lockley.
A packed show as Chuck Ivey was joined by Katrina Castilaw, the director of the Lincoln-Lawrence-Franklin Regional Library system, Katie Nations from Brookhaven-Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce, the cast of Brookhaven Little Theatre’s Matilda-The Musical, and Kim Sloan with Operation Lifesaver.
Lawrence County Economic Developer Dave Nichols is joined by Copiah County Economic Developer Arthur “Pokey” Evans to update happenings in the Southwest Partnership.
This morning, Chuck Ivey was joined by Bob Arnold of the Wesson Lions Club and Branson Blanton of gospel quartet Four the King. Plus a look at upcoming local events with Randy and Heather.