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.
Today, Chuck Ivey welcomed Richard Balkcom to the show to talk about suicide prevention, Dr. Donny Larson promoting Brookway Church of Christ’s Gospel Meeting, and Katie Nations from the Brookhaven-Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce talks to us about the annual Ole Brook Festival.
Dave Nichols is joined by Dr. Tim Lea, Co-Lin Director of Veterans’ Services.
Dave Nichols is joined by Dr. Jeff Quin from the Lawrence County Technology and Career Center to discuss career education at the high school level.
Independent filmmaker Jim Oakes joins Dave Nichols to talk about his upcoming film and the economic impact of the film industry on local municipalities.
Dave Nichols sits down with Southwest Mississippi Community College president, Dr. Steven Bishop, as fall semester is about to get under way.
Dave Nichols sits down with Brent Daniel of Ramey’s Marketplace in Monticello to talk about the economic impact of local businesses on the economy.
Brookhaven Little Theatre presents Les Miserables: The School Edition at the Haven Theatre June 27-30, directed by Randy Redd. They joined Thursday Open Lines to talk about the show.
Thursday Open Lines welcomed Bro. Joe Farr into the studio with an invitation to Celebrate Freedom this Sunday afternoon at 3 at Heritage Family Church.
With elections upon us, now is the time to get registered to vote. David Culpepper from King’s Daughters Medical Center tells us about Operation Healthy Vote, going on tomorrow at KDMC.
Improve your overall health and self-defense ability with hapkido. Duane Simpson is enrolling now and tells us more on Thursday Open Lines.