Butch Hammack from Emergency Planning Consulting stops by the studio to talk to you about what can be done to keep your church safe from someone wishing to do harm like what was seen in Nashville over the weekend. From laws concerning when and how to carry personal protection to setting up a Church Security … Continue reading “Church Security – What You Need to Know”
Below, a conversation With Mary Wieden and State Treasurer Lynn Fitch. Segment 1 Segment 2 Segment 3
We had a caller this morning that shared his views on racism and racists. He says: “If you’re not a racist, we’re not talking to you.” How do you feel about that?
I don’t know if it’s getting older or just being stubborn, but my mind thinks I can do all sorts of things – but my body won’t always cooperate. Day two of Paul Lacoste Sports boot camp was a challenge, and I’m already feeling muscles that I haven’t checked in with for a while.
As the saying goes, “start them young, and they will have roots.” That is certainly true for education. A solid foundation can make all the difference as a child moves through grade school and beyond. Mississippi ranked top in the country for early childhood education, being 1 of only 5 states to meet all 10 … Continue reading “Mississippi Early Childhood Education Success”
The NFL players “taking a knee” during the National Anthem has a lot of our listeners protesting the protest. They called into our show this morning and shared their stories – including one veteran who said he and his team were willing to die for each other, those NFL players weren’t willing to die for … Continue reading “Caller: The only thing those NFL players earned was millions of dollars”
In 2015, I spent 6 months training with Paul Lacoste Sports and got into the best shape of my life. Now, as I train for a half marathon, Paul asked me to join the team and spend the next 8 weeks with the Fit4Medicine and Fit4Jackson groups that join the fall training. This is day … Continue reading “OHS: Fit 4 a new challenge (Dawn)”
The JT Show was LIVE from Mississippi Ag in Laurel, and JT was in his element. From playing around with a John Deere tractor’s air conditioning and sitting down with Laurel native and NFL Free-Agent Akeem Davis to talking food and football with Robert St. John and Jim Raspberry, JT said goodbye to the last … Continue reading “JT LIVE from Laurel!”
The EDGE pilot program is a partnership with the Mississippi Department of Human Services and five community colleges across the state, including JCJC. Michael Yarbrough SNAP E&T Pilot Project Director Jones County Junior College Advanced Technology Center joined us in studio to tell us about this exciting program.
Mr. Antonio Wright is the CEO and Founder of MACE, a Rollin Tigers member, author of “From A Label To A Brand,” renowned public speaker, and youth mentor. Coach Wright firmly believes that, “Tough Times Don’t Last Long, Tough People Do.” And, Mr. Wright is one tough cookie! It was a sheer pleasure to have him in … Continue reading “Perspective is Everything”
Libraries are still an important piece of the education system for children. No where else in school can kids walk into a room and walk out with endless things to learn about. But for libraries to have an impact- they need BOOKS! Duh– Charleston High School’s librarian, Mandy Ross Britt, is on a mission to … Continue reading “Charleston’s Library Needs Book”
Dave is joined this week by Garrick Combs, Executive Director of the Brookhaven-Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce, with insights into the “behind the scenes” things that have to be done to attract business and industry to the area.