2nd Amendment Attorney Reed Martz(MidsouthGunLawyer.com) joins the conversation by phone to break down the law that clarifies where Concealed Carry Permit holders can carry their weapons concealed in Court Houses and to answer some questions that you might have regarding when and where you can carry concealed. If you missed his conversation with JT, you … Continue reading “Clarification for Concealed Carry Permit Holders”
Brian Scott Rippee and Collin Brister take your mailbag questions ranging from Ole Miss Athletics to beer preferences
Pigeons are in the air at Providence Hill Farm for the 2019 NSCA South Central Regional Sporting Clay Championship. Listen in as Rebecca Turner talks with the fine folks at Providence Hill Farm about the property and event.
Pray Mississippi is a state-wide movement of prayer and fasting unifying hundreds of churches and tens of thousands of people strategically praying for every young person in the state of Mississippi. Patti Harrington, of FIREFLY Outreach, wants every school and student covered in prayer in all eighty-two counties in Mississippi. Patti joined Rebecca Turner on … Continue reading “Pray Mississippi wants to come to your town”
A year ago, Mississippi State traveled to Kentucky confident of victory, only to get smacked in the mouth in a humbling defeat. Brian Hadad looks ahead to the rematch in Starkville, and how the Bulldogs can get back the mojo they left on the field in Lexington.
It was a low-key week in Hoover, but that doesn’t mean we didn’t learn anything. Today’s show looks at some takeaways from MSU, Ole Miss, Auburn, Alabama, and LSU’s time in Hoover
Senator Brice Wiggins stopped by the studio to explain why money was appropriated to the MS Department of Transportation and how they expect it to help bring down the wait times and number of closures when you go to get your drivers license renewed. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it … Continue reading “Senator Wiggins on Drivers License Wait Times”
You’ve heard Hippocrates’ famous quote about letting food be your medicine and your medicine your food. While food shouldn’t take the place of meaningful-medications, there is truth to a diet rich in fruits and vegetables can help prevent the need for certain medications. CDC’s State Indicator Report on Fruits and vegetables, 2018, shows national and … Continue reading “Mississippi to start a produce prescription program”
Normally SEC Media Days is nothing but a whole lot of coachspeak and cliches, but when Joe Moorhead took the podium on Wednesday, he spoke about topics that were a little off the beaten path. Brian Hadad discusses that and why what Moorhead said was words the true maroon faithful should take in stride.
Coach Joe Moorhead took the podium at SEC Media Days, then he joined SportsTalk Mississippi on Radio Row to discuss what all he said and more in Hoover. Photo courtesy of Mississippi State athletics
It was MSU’s turn at SEC Media Days and we have highlights from Joe Moorhead including his thoughts on the new guys on defense, Tommy Stevens, his new transfer WR, and a fascinating quote about overselling expectations going into year one
HOOVER, ALA — Mohamed Sanogo has grown weary of hearing how bad the Ole Miss defense is. But it comes with the territory for a group that finished 121st in total defense a season ago. Only eight teams in the FBS had more putrid numbers than the Rebels. They gave up 6.32 yards per play … Continue reading “Sanogo aims to turn veteran linebacking corps into defensive strength”