Greg Snowden(Speaker Pro Temp | MS House Rep – District 83) joins the conversation to discuss the wild world of politics in the Magnolia State. From teacher pay raises to his campaign for re-election, their conversation covered a variety of topics, and if you missed it you can find it here –
Chairman Scott Bounds joined the conversation with JT by phone to discuss a variety of topics ranging from what you can expect from this year’s Neshoba County Fair and what kind of new regulations have been put in place for hunting season coming up in the fall. If you missed Chairman Bounds catching up with … Continue reading “From Hunting Regulations to the Neshoba County Fair”
Edy Dingus and Tanya Nichols of Leadership Lafayette stopped by the studio to fill us in on Thursday’s event. You can listen to the discussion here
An LSU booster plead guilty for stealing more than a half-million dollars from a cancer hospital foundation, where he worked as a fundraiser, to direct to football players at LSU. Should be a big scandal, right? It sure isn’t being covered like one.
In an offseason dominated by the words “transfer portal”, it’s possible Mississippi State picked up two of the biggest impact players available when it comes to what they’ll mean to the Bulldogs this year. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman examine how much Tommy Stevens and Isaiah Zuber will bring to Mississippi State.
Ryan Wilson(Paramedic and Clinical Services Manger – AMR) joined the conversation to discuss the need to be aware while the mercury is as high as it has been recently and make sure you aren’t leaving children, pets, or the elderly in a hot car. Not just that, but you also need to check in on … Continue reading “Hot Car and Fireworks Safety”
Brian Scott Rippee and Collin Brister discuss a couple commits Ole Miss Football got over the weekend, its best chance at an upset and to be upset in 2019, LSU scandal, College World Series reaction and more.
Even with catastrophic flooding taking its toll on areas of Warren County, the City of Vicksburg continues to be a beacon of resiliency and economic innovation. Join the conversation with Mayor George Flaggs on the Gallo Show. Mayor George Flaggs, Jr. on now with Paul Gallo talking Mississippi municipal League Posted by SuperTalk Mississippi on … Continue reading “Vicksburg Mayor George Flaggs on the Gallo Show”
Some are embarrassing, some are respectable (Ole Miss and MSU for example), and some are (in South Carolina’s case) not fair. We looked at every non-conference schedule in the SEC and ranked them on a scale of difficulty.
With the pain of Thursday’s season ending loss beginning to fade, the time for introspection into this Mississippi State baseball season has come. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman discuss the moments they’ll remember from this past year, and take a quick look into next season and the future of Bulldog baseball with Chris Lemonis.
Randy Jones(Army Veteran/Lead Chopper Pilot from the Black Hawk Down incident and West Point City Administrator) sat down with JT out at Old Waverly in West Point to discuss his career in the Army, his team’s mission during the Black Hawk Down incident in Mogadishu, Somalia and his work for the City of West Point … Continue reading “Black Hawk Down Vet Joins the Conversation”
Quinndary Weatherspoon’s name wasn’t showing up on many mock drafts in the days preceding the NBA Draft, but the Mississippi State star did hear his name called, and by one of the most successful franchises in the league of recent years. Weatherspoon will head to Texas to play for the San Antonio Spurs following being … Continue reading “Mississippi State’s Quinndary Weatherspoon Selected in the 2nd Round of the NBA Draft”