Have you ever been told you should sale your family’s recipe for baked goods, canned goods, trail mixes, or jams and jellies? Now you can! Mississippi’s cottage food law allows small town, at home entrepreneurs package for sale their family’s flavors that make Mississippi tasty. One Mississippi woman, Lise Foy, used the Cottage Food Law … Continue reading “Cottage Food Law in Mississippi”
We asked Tim Brando of Fox Sports about the penalties that were handed down to Louisville basketball by the NCAA, the Oxford retail store that is suing Mississippi State football players, and the role of the SEC commissioner in NCAA proceedings. And as he usually does, Brando delivered some great thoughts.
As you have heard by now on Supertalk and News MS, at Tuesday night’s meeting of the board of Mayor and Selectman of McComb, Selectman Donovan Hill spoke up as soon as the opening prayer had concluded, adding two items to the agenda…items which had been voted on in the past and failed, but were … Continue reading “McComb City Board Meeting – June 13, 2017 – Audio and Video clips”
Congressman Trent Kelly, Mississippi’s District 1 U.S. Representative and a National Guardsman with the 168th Engineer Brigade, joined the conversation to give his harrowing firsthand account of the Congressional shooting in Virginia yesterday morning. Representative Kelly was playing 3rd base when the first shot rang out, and his military training kicked in, telling him to … Continue reading “A Statesman and a Soldier’s Firsthand Account”
Seven weeks in the books and I’m unofficially(we don’t have an “official” weigh in until next week) under 300 pounds for only the 2nd time since probably half-way through high school. I’m going to spend some time this weekend rehabbing my lower back, because I don’t want a niggling injury to hold me back and … Continue reading “OHS Day 28: Last Day of Week 7 (Ryno)”
You don’t have to be injured to go through “active recovery”. Matter of fact, if you’re kicking it up a notch in your fitness program you need an active recovery period. So what is “active recovery” and how do you do it? We’ll let Coach Kilgore explain it to you.
McComb selectmen voted Tuesday night to remove the state flag, but how the vote was carried out is stirring controversy in Pike County. Two selectmen, Michael Cameron and Tommy Kinsey, were late getting to the meeting. Before they could get there, a motion was made by selectman Donovan Hill to add the flag vote to the … Continue reading “Controversial vote leads to state flag removal in McComb”
Since Americans consume 400 million cups of coffee per day(which is the equivalent to 146 billion cups each year making the U.S. the leading consumer of coffee), I bet you have a had a cup of Joe at some point today. Maybe you are enjoying a cup right now. Well, you can thank goats and … Continue reading “Coffee Time and Caffeine Talk”
Dr. V, a certified Sleep Specialist, stopped by the studio and walked Rebecca Turner through the steps he uses to help customers pick out the perfect pillow. A big part of you comfort while you sleep is having the correct pillow, and Dr. V discussed how differed body types and builds mean different needs for … Continue reading “Rebecca Getting Fitted for a new Pillow!”
My staff and I are safe. We are praying for Rep. Scalise, the staffer and the two Capitol police officers who were injured this morning. — Gregg Harper (@GreggHarper) June 14, 2017 I am safe. We continue to pray for my colleagues and their families. — Trent Kelly (@RepTrentKelly) June 14, 2017 I am safe … Continue reading “Mississippi Congressmen safe after shooting”
Today’s workout included a fair amount of time on the Calorie Bike(a.k.a. the “Devil Bike”), and I burned almost 300 calories with just the bike alone. To put that into perspective, it took roughly 20-25 minutes of heart-pumping, leg-churning work to burn off those roughly 300 calories, and a king-size Snickers could negate all of … Continue reading “OHS Day 27: Killing Calories with Cardio (Ryno)”
When I played basketball (badly) in high school, our coach was adamant about us wearing flats each day we had practice or a game. He explained why this was the rule and – quite frankly – the reasoning went in one ear and out the other. That came back to me in the last week when … Continue reading “OHS Day 27: Frustration sets in (Dawn)”