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.
The annual Felder’s Campground Campmeeting is scheduled for July 12-21. Rev. James Twiner joins us to talk about the event.
What is Huntington’s Disease? How does it affect the families of those who have been diagnosed? Heather Thurgood-Wilmoth, Traffic Manager for SuperTalk Southwest and SuperTalk Pike County, discusses Huntington’s Disease Awareness Month in May and how the disease has impacted her life following her husband Nathan’s diagnosis.
Get in shape, for free? Paul Lacoste and his Fit4Change training are coming to Brookhaven and offering a free 12-week training program. He wants your F.A.T. – Fears Affecting Transformation. Paul explains what it’s all about. To sign up, visit Paul’s website.
Justin Daley, Monticello Parks and Recreation Director, announces that Monticello will be hosting the state 12-year-old baseball tournament and gets us ready for the spring season.
Co-Lin Baseball Coach Clay Smith stopped by to discuss the level of competition in the JUCO system and our area in general. He also updated us on some schedule changes for this weekend due to possible weather issues.
Brookhaven-Lincoln County Mississippi State Extension Service Agent Rebecca Bates gives us advice on preparing your lawn and garden for spring.
This week, Dave talks about educating the public on the importance of economic development, and talks about how well development continues in southwest Mississippi.
This week, Dave is joined by Countess Thompson, Early Childhood Coaching and Professional Development Specialist at Co-Lin Community College to talk about preparing children to have an economically productive life.
This week, Dave talks with Monticello Mayor Martha Watts about the potential impact to southwest Mississippi from the One Lake Project on the Pearl River in Jackson.