Mississippi Food Network (MFN) has been feeding Mississippians since 1984. MFN distributes more than 1.5 million pounds of food and feeds more than 150,000 every month — or a total of 1.8 million people per year. MFN takes donations from multiple sources, and distributes food and goods through 430 member agencies. They, in turn, distribute to recipients … Continue reading “Provide nourishing food to hungry Mississippians.”
On Today’s show we look at the SEC schedule and decide which teams will take a step back, which teams will take a step forward, and where Ole Miss and Mississippi State fall in 2019.
Tommy Stevens transferred from Penn State (where he played under Joe Moorhead) to Mississippi State and will be immediately eligible. What does he bring to the table? Audrey Snyder of The Athletic, who covers Penn State, joined us with all the info
In 2013, Cole Ellis returned to his hometown of Cleveland, Mississippi to open Delta Meat Market, a butcher shop and boutique grocer of fine Southern foods. The idea took root in the community, generating a loyal following and friendly atmosphere. The culinary world took notice of Chef Cole, and he was nominated as a semifinalist in … Continue reading “Mississippi James Beard Award Semifinalist Chef Cole Ellis”
Motherhood isn’t always easy, yet the most personal stories are the ones we don’t often talk about, and it only takes hearing one story like your own to know that you are not alone. March of Dimes is calling on individuals to share their stories and break down the stigmas that exist around these too common … Continue reading “March of Dimes Encourages Unspoken Stories”
After the Warriors’ sweep of Portland last night they became the first team since 1966 to go to 5 consecutive finals. They’ve also won 3 of the last 4 titles and are poised to make it 4 of 5. It isn’t the greatest dynasty yet, but that’s what they’re becoming. However, it isn’t being covered … Continue reading “Borkey Show: The Warriors are in the middle of becoming an all-time great sports dynasty”
After being released by the Denver Broncos in 2018 after an arrest, the former Ole Miss signal caller is getting one more shot in the NFL with the Colts. STM broke it down Monday
Victor Muñagorri Moreno a recent graduate of University of Mississippi, is prepared to head off for the summer to fulfill the final requirements for his bachelor’s degree in hospitality management through an internship at one of the world’s premier brands in luxury travel. It was Victor’s love of travel and people that drew him to … Continue reading “Graduating Senior Lands Coveted Internship in Luxury Hotel Market”
Mississippi State took care of South Carolina – Ole Miss continued to falter down the stretch, dropping two in Knoxville – Why the SEC Tournament doesn’t matter for either one – Brooks ALMOST blows the PGA Championship – NBA playoffs – and the final Game of Thrones recap
Jon Machota of the Dallas Morning News hopped on with STM to give the latest developments on Dak Prescott’s contract negotiations with the Cowboys.
Tucked away off the beaten path in Yazoo City, Mississippi is a couple cooking up handmade granola, pizza dough, and more. Owners Lane and Allan Ewing of The Artisan Baker make everything from scratch, utilizing local honey and other ingredients to serve their community and even food fans in New York City! Lane Ewing joined … Continue reading “Good Eats Mississippi: The Artisan Baker”
The NCAA takes a step in the right direction as they have brought together a “working group” to examine the possibility of letting players benefit off of their name and likeness. What does it mean and how can that work? We discuss…