Ole Miss Athletics Director Ross Bjork sat down with Matt Wyatt and Richard Cross on Head To Head to discuss the past, present and future of the Ole Miss football program in the wake of Hugh Freeze’s sudden resignation, the looming NCAA Committee on Infractions hearing and the upcoming season with interim head coach Matt … Continue reading “H2H EXCLUSIVE: Ole Miss AD Ross Bjork discusses NCAA, Freeze’s resignation and what lies ahead for the Rebels”
The Mississippi Girlchoir (MGC) is Mississippi’s premier choral organization for girls in grades 3-12. The organization was founded in 1995 with just 17 young women and has grown to more than 100 voices divided into four distinct choirs: Their mission is to foster a dedicated community of vocal excellence through music education, vocal training and … Continue reading “Mississippi Girlchoir Teaching Vocal Excellence”
Ole Miss running back Jordan Wilkins sat down with Head To Head to talk about playing for Ole Miss once again after he was forced to miss the last season when he was ruled academically ineligible during training camp. Wilkins is now listed as the starter at the running back position and is back with … Continue reading “Ole Miss RB Jordan Wilkins Talks To H2H”
New Ole Miss Offensive Coordinator Phil Longo talked with Head To Head about the upcoming season and how he plans to best utilize talented quarterback Shea Patterson this year and how things have changed under a new head coach. Plus he mentions whether or not he’ll he wearing cowboy boots on the sidelines this season.
New Ole Miss Defensive Coordinator Wesley McGriff sat down with Richard Cross and Matt Wyatt on Head To Head to talk about getting back to football after a tough off-season and what he’ll bring to the table now that he’s in charge of the Landsharks.
Southern Hospitality is the hallmark of Mississippi. Whether you live across the pond as they say, or down the street, Mississippians will welcome you into their businesses and homes with a unique warmth and friendliness. So, it’s no wonder that Mississippi has a pageant that beautifully displays this tradition. The Miss Hospitality Pageant began in 1949 … Continue reading “Miss Hospitality 2017”
Excitement is brewing for the opening of the Museum of Mississippi History (December 9th) where visitors will be able to explore the events, traditions, and people that make our state so rich and distinctive. But, do you know how Mississippi even became a state? Sit back and get a history lesson from Brother Rogers from the … Continue reading “How Mississippi Became a State”
Spirit of Women sponsored by Forrest General Hospital is a collection of 8,000+ females in a 19 county area who come together to be educated, equipped, and encouraged to be healthier. Each year programs are customized to meet the needs of today’s women and their families, providing health education events and health screening. Not all … Continue reading “Pinebelt Women Learn “Chalk Talk””
Week 14 is a short week, cause Coach needs a vacation before football season gets kicked off, making his life much busier, but we ended the week with a little Tennis Golf. From the big painted M in the end zone of the football field, to the backstop of the softball field, we smacked tennis … Continue reading “OHS Day 50: The Last Day of Week 14! (Ryno)”
The first day of Week 14 reminded me of a very important lesson I thought I’d learned early on in this Boot Camp. I ate a decent sized early lunch, but besides my grilled chicken sandwich and some steamed veggies, my body didn’t have enough fuel to perform at its best during my workout. Out … Continue reading “OHS Day 49: The First Day of Week 14! (Ryno)”
DeSoto County is now the first county in Mississippi in which all major cities offer recycling along with unincorporated areas. Thanks goes to a DeSoto County mom and two daughters who went door-to-door gaining enough signatures in favor of rural curbside recycling to move the needle for the entire county. Ray Laughter the director of … Continue reading “DeSoto County Recycles”
One major area of food waste in Mississippi is in farmers’ fields, where crops that don’t meet top-grade quality are left to rot or be plowed under. Gleaning is the traditional biblical practice of gathering crops that would otherwise be left in the fields to rot, or be plowed under after harvest. Mississippi’s Society of … Continue reading “Mississippi’s Food Rescue and Distribution Ministry”