It was a gorgeous day in Cleveland as both The JT Show, hosted by Steve Azar, and Good Things with Rebecca Turner were LIVE from the GRAMMY Museum Mississippi. In case you missed it, or if you just want to re-live the day, you can find all of the interviews from Wednesday below. Billy Nowell, … Continue reading “11/18 Remote: GRAMMY Museum Mississippi”
43 years ago, local paramedic Bobby McDaniel was called to the scene of a plane crash in Gilsburg, Mississippi. When he arrived, it wasn’t just any old plane; it was the plane used by the famous southern rock band, Lynyrd Skynyrd. Unfortunately, three of the band’s members—Ronnie Van Zant, Steve Gaines, and Cassie Gaines—lost their … Continue reading “Lynyrd Skynyrd monument signs to be revealed on Sunday”
*written by Ashley Tullos Fortenberry On Tuesday, November 9 from 6 a.m. until 6 p.m., we will be putting on “A Day for JT” as we look to raise money for J.T. Williamson, one of Mississippi’s most beloved radio hosts, as he continues to battle against cancer. J.T.’S JOURNEY As many of you know, SuperTalk … Continue reading “‘A Day for JT’ set for Tuesday”
As the Mississippi Gulf Coast continues with its restoration efforts following Hurricane Zeta, here is an update on how it’s going from Jordan Hartshorn of the MS Gulf Coast Volunteer Hub.
As Election Day quickly approaches, there’s one Mississippi race that has garnered a good bit of national attention – the U.S. Senate race between Mike Espy and Cindy Hyde-Smith. On Friday’s episode of The JT Show, Senator Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee, who was actually born in Laurel, weighed in on the Espy versus Hyde-Smith conversation. … Continue reading “Marsha Blackburn weighs in on Espy/Hyde-Smith race”
Do you want to be a Mississippi Highway Patrolman? If so, time is running out to apply for MHP Class 65. Time is running out to apply for MHP Cadet Class 65. If you have heard the call of public service and wish to pursue it through an exciting career, download the PDF application at … Continue reading “Time is running out to apply for MHP Cadet Class 65”
On Thursday, we will be LIVE from the 19th annual Hobnob Mississippi. The political get together, which will feature speakers such as U.S. Senate candidates Mike Espy and Cindy Hyde-Smith, will begin at 10:30 a.m., however, we’ll be giving you a sneak peek into all of the action before and during the event. Below, you’ll … Continue reading “Thursday remote: 2020 Hobnob Mississippi”
As medical marijuana continues to be at the forefront of conversation in Mississippi, Madison County Sheriff Randy Tucker made an appearance on today’s episode of The JT Show to talk about why he believes Initiative 65 would be bad for the state.
2020 continues to be 2020 as here we are going into November, paying close attention to what could be a hurricane projecting towards Mississippi. On Tuesday’s episode of The JT Show, Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) Executive Director Greg Michel provided the latest update on Tropical Storm Zeta. “The path has actually shifted a little bit … Continue reading “Hurricane Zeta update from MEMA”
October is Violence Prevention Month, and Palmer Home for Children is doing everything they can do to not only prevent child abuse but aid victims throughout the recovery process. “Palmer Home being able to place these kids in a loving, safe environment is one of our unique ways of violence prevention,” Palmer Home Director of … Continue reading “Palmer Home works to prevent child abuse”
Following the recent expiration of the statewide mask mandate, Governor Tate Reeves announced additional COVID-19 measures on Monday afternoon. A new executive order places a 10 percent capacity requirement on healthcare facilities across the state, plus he placed nine counties—Chickasaw, Claiborne, DeSoto, Forrest, Itawamba, Jackson, Lamar, Lee, and Neshoba—under additional guidelines limiting social gatherings and … Continue reading “Dr. Jennifer Bryan of the MSMA talks COVID-19”
Today was the first time J.T. Williamson, longtime host of The JT Show, returned to the studio in almost nine months. Back in January, Williamson began cancer treatment, and according to him, “God saved me and performed a miracle on me, so I can tell the story that miracles still happen.” While he still has … Continue reading “JT’s first time back in the studio since January”