Senator Chris McDaniel joins the JT Show

Senator Chris McDaniel stopped by the studio to talk with JT about the decision to drop out of the race for Senate against Incumbent Roger Wicker and to go after the Senate seat that Thad Cochran will be vacating on April 1st. If you missed the conversation, you can find it here –

Mississippi Farm Receives $20,000 National Grant

This year 100 farms from all across the country applied to receive one of the 10 possible Cultivating Change* grants, through the Greener Fields Together organization. Among all the farms who applied, Choctaw Fresh Produce, in Philadelphia, MS was awarded a $20,000 grant!  Choctaw Fresh Produce is a 3-acre organic farm run by the Choctaw … Continue reading “Mississippi Farm Receives $20,000 National Grant”

Report: Kermit Davis to be named Ole Miss head basketball coach

Just one month after Andy Kennedy’s resignation as the head basketball coach at Ole Miss, the Rebels have found his replacement. Middle Tennessee State’s Kermit Davis has been hired by Ole Miss with an announcement expected on Thursday, according to Parrish Alford of the Daily Journal . Davis, a Mississippi native, former player at Mississippi … Continue reading “Report: Kermit Davis to be named Ole Miss head basketball coach”

#AfterTheGalloShow: Gov. Bryant has tough decision to make

Congressman Steven Palazzo joined us on the program this morning on SuperTalk Mississippi to talk about what’s going on in Washington, DC and we talked about the tough decision ahead of Governor Phil Bryant – choosing an interim replacement for retiring Senator Thad Cochran. Cochran is on the Senate Appropriations Committee – a powerful position … Continue reading “#AfterTheGalloShow: Gov. Bryant has tough decision to make”

Lucien Smith Bringing the Scuttlebutt

The Chairman of the Mississippi Republican Party Lucien Smith stopped by the JT Show to talk about the upcoming races for both of Mississippi’s Senate seats and the shake-up that is coming in several state-wide elected positions. If you missed the conversation, you can find it here – You can always listen online at … Continue reading “Lucien Smith Bringing the Scuttlebutt”

Holland: BRIDGE is “the most heinous bill”

Representative Steve Holland doesn’t pull any punches when he comes on The Gallo Radio Show, and today was no exception. We talked about education funding and a possible special session. He has some thoughts about what should happen before any special session. And Rep. Holland had a LOT to say about the BRIDGE bill. Hear the … Continue reading “Holland: BRIDGE is “the most heinous bill””

Rescuing Vegetables in Mississippi

  The Society of St. Andrew has delivered more than 21 million pounds of salvaged potatoes and other food to the needy in Mississippi and Arkansas. This has resulted in almost 62 million servings of food going to hungry families in our region. The Society of St. Andrew operates a volunteer-driven Gleaning Network that includes … Continue reading “Rescuing Vegetables in Mississippi”

State Auditor: Counties and cities owe thousands to state of Mississippi

43 counties and 120 towns/municipalities are behind in paying their assessment money to the state of Mississippi. When someone pays a traffic ticket, for example, there is an assessment on the ticket. Money that is supposed to go to the state to fund programs like those for fallen officers and Crime Stoppers. The State Auditor’s … Continue reading “State Auditor: Counties and cities owe thousands to state of Mississippi”

Mississippi Red Cross SAF

March is Red Cross month and the American Red Cross Service to the Armed Forces (SAF) division prepares to train those who want to become caseworkers to support military families. The Red Cross is increasing its SAF workforce in response to hundreds of Mississippi military workers set to deploy this spring.  The Mississippi needs volunteers to … Continue reading “Mississippi Red Cross SAF”