The icon in today’s Mississippi Magic is something that you’ve probably owned. And if you have children, they probably have one as well. It’s an iconic item that has been cherished for generations that was created thanks in part to the Magnolia state. SUBSCRIBE TO THE MISSISSIPPI MAGIC PODCAST FOR FREE: Apple Devices Spotify … Continue reading “Mississippi Magic Podcast – “Pardon The Icon””
U.S. Attorney Mike Hurst joined the Gallo Show this morning to talk about crime and how his office is partnering with other U.S. Attorney offices to help keep Mississippians safe. Catch the whole interview here:
In case you missed it, the Vicksburg National Military Park is getting an incredible expansion: 800 acres of some of the most historic battlefields of the Civil War. Catch the interview with Dave Hughes, filling in for Paul!
Aaron Rice, executive director of the Mississippi Justice Institute, joined the Gallo Show to talk about how one company is feeling the heat from the state department of agriculture. Catch Gallo every weekday morning 6-9! 🍔🚫🚔 Could selling “vegan meat burgers” in Mississippi get you in trouble with the law? We’re talking to Aaron Rice … Continue reading “GalloShow: Could selling “vegan meat burgers” get you in trouble with the law?”
Two high profile Republicans are vying for the office of Secretary of State. Sam Britton and Michael Watson debated live during the Gallo Show this morning. They presented their thoughts and beliefs on what the Secretary of State’s office should and should not be handling, their political positions and what they will do once in … Continue reading “GOP Debate Fireworks Between Secretary of State Candidates”
Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves talks about his campaign to become the next Governor of Mississippi and how he plans to address spending, jobs, education, and infrastructure including his views on a possible new gas tax. SEGMENT 1 SEGMENT 2
In case you missed it, Robert J. Ray joined the Gallo Show this morning. Catch the full interview here, and catch Gallo every weekday morning 6-9! We’re visiting with Robert J. Ray, candidate for governor, on the Gallo Show! Posted by SuperTalk Mississippi on Thursday, June 27, 2019
As we get closer to the election season, we’re visiting with Senator Willie Simmons, who’s running for Transportation Commissioner. Catch the Gallo Show every morning from 6-9 on Supertalk.
Even with catastrophic flooding taking its toll on areas of Warren County, the City of Vicksburg continues to be a beacon of resiliency and economic innovation. Join the conversation with Mayor George Flaggs on the Gallo Show. Mayor George Flaggs, Jr. on now with Paul Gallo talking Mississippi municipal League Posted by SuperTalk Mississippi on … Continue reading “Vicksburg Mayor George Flaggs on the Gallo Show”
Sen. Buck Clarke joined the Gallo Show to talk about his run for state treasurer. Sen. Buck Clarke wants to be the next treasurer of Mississippi. He joins us this morning to talk about his vision and how he plans to keep moving the Magnolia State forward. Posted by SuperTalk Mississippi on Wednesday, June 19, … Continue reading “Sen. Buck Clarke on Gallo Show”
LOTS of tax dollars are being spent in the Delta. But who is benefiting? The Delta Health Alliance is a non-profit that receives most of its revenues from government grants and manages education and healthcare programs in the impoverished Delta region. According to a report from the Mississippi Center for Public Policy, the Delta Health … Continue reading “LOTS of tax dollars are being spent in the Delta. But who is benefiting?”
The “Rooster Run” is quickly becoming a one-of-a-kind event that draws large crowds, politicians on the campaign trail and a giant rooster. Everyone will be there. Even President Trump got an invite. Every June on the third Saturday, for the past several years, Corinth, Mississippi has a race for many charitable causes called the Rooster … Continue reading “Corinth Preps for Large Crowds, Politicians, Music and a GIANT Rooster”