Mississippi drivers noticed something a little different this morning on their commute. Highway signs had been changed to say “Cousin Eddie says Twitter’s full. Put down the phone.” The message references a scene from “Christmas Vacation” where Cousin Eddie is emptying out the black water tank of his RV and dumping it into the sewer. … Continue reading ““Twitter’s full” message goes viral on Mississippi roads”
4A, 3A, and 2A ended their regular season tonight while teams in 6A, 5A, and 1A battled for playoff positions.
State Auditor Shad White joined The Gallo Radio Show on SuperTalk Mississippi to talk about a huge embezzlement conspiracy that will be announced later Monday. White said multiple people were in on the scam that used government procurement cards to buy gift cards and other items that were then given to family and friends. The … Continue reading “State Auditor reveals huge embezzlement conspiracy”
Mrs. Melanie Roach, a local Owner/Operator for ten McDonald’s restaurants in the Magnolia State, stopped by the studio to talk with JT about the $57 Million investment being made into Mississippi McDonald’s Franchises for remodeling, renovating, and upgrading technology! If you missed her conversation with JT, you can find it here –
Brandon Jones, former Executive Director of the Democrat Trust and currently Campaign Manager for Senate candidate David Baria. We cover lots of ground during the 7 am hour with Brandon. Here’s a condensed version of Tuesday morning’s interview. The entire interview lives here.
Attorney General Jim Hood joined The Gallo Radio Show Wednesday to talk about internet sales tax. The conversation turned to sports betting and sentencing guidelines for people convicted of crimes. Hood talked about the needed changes in sentencing laws, including what we’re doing to teach prisoners how to reenter society and get a job. “There’s … Continue reading “Attorney General talks internet sales tax, sports betting and criminal sentencing”
One of Mississippi’s best natural (and delicious) resources is SEAFOOD! For the last 9 years Mississippi’s most talented chefs have been celebrated in an annual throwdown! Those named the Best Seafood Chef in Mississippi will earn a spot in the Great American Seafood Cookoff. Each of the 12 chefs bring their own style, perspective and flavor … Continue reading “Crab, corn and green tomato relish”
Just because a recipe has a few simple ingredients doesn’t mean the process isn’t a labor of love. Ask Nathan Sanford about the road to getting the myth, the legend, Grumpy Man Foods to shelves all across Mississippi. The salsa recipe is made with a few fresh and simple ingredients, with a particular pepper, but … Continue reading “Mississippi Made Salsa”
Meridian native, actress, author, and producer Sela Ward, sat down with Rebecca Turner on Good Things during the opening celebration of The Mississippi Arts and Entertainment Experience, where she is a Hall of Fame Honoree. Sela Ward talks about growing up in Meridian, Mississippi and shared how traveling to NYC to cheer for a University … Continue reading “Sela Ward at The MAX”
March is Red Cross month and the American Red Cross Service to the Armed Forces (SAF) division prepares to train those who want to become caseworkers to support military families. The Red Cross is increasing its SAF workforce in response to hundreds of Mississippi military workers set to deploy this spring. The Mississippi needs volunteers to … Continue reading “Mississippi Red Cross SAF”
Governor Bryant returned to Mississippi late last night from the historic infrastructure meeting with the President at the White House. Another notable participant, sitting directly on Trump’s left, was Vicksburg Mayor George Flaggs. The audio is from Gov Bryant revealing his suggestion on addressing the roads and bridges issue in our state. He made news … Continue reading “Governor’s plan to fix Mississippi roads”
Mississippi’s latest museums are breaking attendance records! Bringing many people to the Magnolia State to learn about our unique history. Part of that history includes President Woodrow Wilson and his family spending their first Christmas and New Year’s as the First Family in Pass Christian, Mississippi. Brother Rodgers with Mississippi Department of Archives and History … Continue reading “President Woodrow Wilson’s Mississippi Holidays”