February is Black History Month making it the perfect opportunity to highlight those that helped birth the blues and make a culture change here in Mississippi. Check out the events scattered throughout the month of February at the Grammy Museum Mississippi. To hear more Good Things go to ON DEMAND. Collier Linton was a … Continue reading “Grammy Museum Mississippi Events”
Sid Salter, the Chief Communications Officer at MS State University, and Chairman Andy Gipson, Chairman of Judiciary B and Co-author of HB1083, both joined the conversation during the JT Show today to give their opinions on the carrying of concealed weapons, by holders of enhanced concealed carry licensees, into sporting events on college campuses. Sid … Continue reading “HB1083 – Both Sides”
The SEC sent a letter to both Ole Miss and Mississippi State regarding what could happen if Mississippi HB1083 is passed and signed into law. Regardless of your stance on the law itself, the SEC implied some heavy repercussions if it passes. Ole Miss athletics director Ross Bjork and MSU athletics director John Cohen joined … Continue reading “Discussing the implications of HB1083 with Ross Bjork, John Cohen, and Greg Sankey”
During the Collins Classic back in Jan, Wayne County High School’s Lady War Eagles beat Mendenhall to give the long-time heard girls basketball coach her 850th victory! Coach Gina Skelton has been in the business of coaching high school athletes for over three decades. Her passion for student athletes is evident when she talks about … Continue reading “Mississippi Coach Gets 850 Wins!”
Everyone wants a Healthy Mississippi, right? Host Rebecca Turner chats with Langston Moore with The Partnership for a Healthy Mississippi.
A few years ago, when Steve Azar wanted to do the video for “Moo La Moo,” he asked his good friend Gary Valentine to make up a dance. It took Gary six months, and in the end – came up with it on the spot one night at Steve’s house. Gary Valentine is listed as … Continue reading “How Gary Valentine Made Up the ‘Moo La Moo’”
Mike Mathis, the voice of the Dixie National Rodeo, sat down with JT to discuss life on the road with the rodeo and to talk about the importance of the Dixie National Rodeo. You’ll hear about everything from Lecile Harris, the famous Rodeo Clown, to the economic impact of the Rodeo on the Magnolia State! … Continue reading “Mike Mathis on the JT Show”
Bill Moak – syndicated columnist, Consumer Awareness expert, and Chair of Communications at Belhaven University – stopped by the JT Show to discuss a variety of topics regarding rising prices, scams, and the future of shopping. If you missed the conversation you can find a clip of it here – And if you’d like to … Continue reading “Consumer Watch on the JT Show”
It is that time of year again, and the JT Show is having to move NASCAR Fantasy, because Yahoo is no longer offering NASCAR on their lineup of fantasy games. Have no fear! Ryno moved the whole thing over to NASCAR.com, and you can compete against JT, Ryno, and even Scary Gary! You can sign … Continue reading “NASCAR Fantasy is LIVE!”
Volunteer Mississippi that has recently launched a new campaign, Feel Good, Give Back, which encourages service as a way of life. In 2017, Volunteer Mississippi programs oversaw an astounding 1.3 million hours of service which is an estimated value of $32 million. You can listen to their story here and #VolunteerYall
Popcorn is a whole grain and can offer a whole lot of flavor! Especially, when you have small businesses, like The Little Popper in Tupelo cooking up flavors like Voodoo, Birthday Cake, Zebra, and Jalapeño Cheese. Listen to Courtney tell you more.
Mississippi’s oldest youth camp, located on Biloxi’s Back Bay. With 79 wooded acres and 10 acres of developed camp, offering facilities for daily or overnight use by groups, Camp Wilkes accommodates a variety of recreational and educational youth activities. Camie Director, Phil, stopped by to share more.