OHS Day 33: Transitions (Dawn & Coach Kilgore)

I was able to go back to strength and conditioning training with Coach Kilgore and in this edition of “Tuesdays with Coach Kilgore,” you might notice something is missing! Coach shares our new phase of training, and the key ingredient to battling frustration when it rears its ugly head.

Ryno Educates Rebecca on Comics

Ryno spent a big chunk of his weekend meandering around the Mississippi Trade Mart, taking in the sights and sounds of the Mississippi Comic Con, and Rebecca just had to hear more about it. Ryno breaks down how “nerd culture” has become more mainstream, and how you see the influence of comic books everywhere you … Continue reading “Ryno Educates Rebecca on Comics”

OHS Day 32: Week 9 Gets Underway(Ryno)

After spending most of last week rehabilitating by lower back, it felt good to jump back into the routine of working out, but I’ve still got to work on balancing everything needed to continue this fitness journey. Since I was spending so much time stretching and working on getting my back squared away, I took … Continue reading “OHS Day 32: Week 9 Gets Underway(Ryno)”

Rep. Andy Gipson clarifies HB1523

Representative Andy Gipson (Chairman of the Judiciary B Committee – Mississippi House of Representatives) stopped by the studio to break down the facts pertaining to HB1523, after the controversial law was upheld by a Federal Court late last week. Chairman Gipson runs down a list of several states have laws similar to HB1523, and he talks … Continue reading “Rep. Andy Gipson clarifies HB1523”

OHS Day 32: Frustration (Dawn)

It takes a lot to commit to something this huge: changing your diet, adding in strength and conditioning, then training for a 5K. But once you set your mind to something, it gets so much easier. You start moving toward your goal. You see results. But then, if you’re battling through an injury, frustration sets … Continue reading “OHS Day 32: Frustration (Dawn)”

Celebrating June Dairy Month

June Dairy Month is a way to pay tribute to Mississippi’s hardworking dedicated dairy farm families.   This is the 80th year of honoring dairy farmers in the Southeast and the dairy foods they produce with the theme, Get More with Milk. Stephanie Yow with the Southeast Dairy Association stopped by the studio to talk dairy … Continue reading “Celebrating June Dairy Month”

How to judge Miss Mississippi

Mississippi is gearing up to crown a new Miss Mississippi this upcoming weekend, but the festivities have been going on all week. But, if you are not a past pageant competitor or have a family member or close friend of one, you might be confused about how they are judged and scored. No worries, Mike … Continue reading “How to judge Miss Mississippi”

OHS Day 31: Week 8 Comes to a Close(Ryno)

With my back strain almost fully recovered, I was able to work out my legs and do some more stretching with Coach Kilgore today, and we even had a special guest join us for the workout, the Millsaps Athletics Director Donnie Brooks! I have nothing against working out with Dawn, because throughout our fitness journey, … Continue reading “OHS Day 31: Week 8 Comes to a Close(Ryno)”

100 Pound Mississippi Transformation

Mississippi, as you know, gets picked on for not being the fittest state. While it is fun to make jokes, being overweight can lead to serious health concerns, such as and increased risk of heart disease, diabetes, and high blood pressure. Assuming that just because Mississippi ranks high on the obesity list, it’s residents are sitting … Continue reading “100 Pound Mississippi Transformation”

Democrats Can’t Seem to Win Anything Right Now

With another loss for the Democrat, this time in Georgia, it is looking more and more like the American people are tired of being talked down to by the Left. Since Donald Trump won the Presidency, Democrats have lost every single special election, and instead of focusing on why their candidates might be losing, they … Continue reading “Democrats Can’t Seem to Win Anything Right Now”

Governor’s Bicentennial Concert returns indoors

The Governor’s Concert was originally set for the Gertrude C. Ford Center for the Performing Arts, was moved to The Grove, and now it’s back where it started due to the threat of inclement weather. “Safety is our priority,” said Gov. Phil Bryant. “The decision to move the concert indoors to the Ford Center will … Continue reading “Governor’s Bicentennial Concert returns indoors”

Grill Your Best Burger

Do you like to grill? Would you like to grill a better burger this summer? Then you’ll be glad to hear there are easy-to-implement tricks and tips that can wow your family and friends with mouthwatering burgers on any given weekend. Andy Chapman with Let’s Eat Y’all and the Mississippi List shared his grilling secrets. … Continue reading “Grill Your Best Burger”