In case you missed it, we got to sit down and visit with Lynn Fitch as the primary runoff election approaches.
In case you missed it, the Vicksburg National Military Park is getting an incredible expansion: 800 acres of some of the most historic battlefields of the Civil War. Catch the interview with Dave Hughes, filling in for Paul!
In case you missed it, Robert J. Ray joined the Gallo Show this morning. Catch the full interview here, and catch Gallo every weekday morning 6-9! We’re visiting with Robert J. Ray, candidate for governor, on the Gallo Show! Posted by SuperTalk Mississippi on Thursday, June 27, 2019
A little sunshine pours into a life filled with perpetual storms. On Mississippi Magic with Paul Gallo.
Even with catastrophic flooding taking its toll on areas of Warren County, the City of Vicksburg continues to be a beacon of resiliency and economic innovation. Join the conversation with Mayor George Flaggs on the Gallo Show. Mayor George Flaggs, Jr. on now with Paul Gallo talking Mississippi municipal League Posted by SuperTalk Mississippi on … Continue reading “Vicksburg Mayor George Flaggs on the Gallo Show”
Sen. Buck Clarke joined the Gallo Show to talk about his run for state treasurer. Sen. Buck Clarke wants to be the next treasurer of Mississippi. He joins us this morning to talk about his vision and how he plans to keep moving the Magnolia State forward. Posted by SuperTalk Mississippi on Wednesday, June 19, … Continue reading “Sen. Buck Clarke on Gallo Show”
SuperTalk Mississippi now has seven different podcasts. What’s a podcast? It’s a web-exclusive audio show that you can listen to online, whenever and wherever you want. Today – we launched Mississippi Magic with Paul Gallo and talked about it on The Gallo Radio Show. So how do you download a podcast, where do you … Continue reading “Podcasting some ‘Mississippi Magic’ with @PaulGalloShow”
Former attorney general John Ashcroft joined The Gallo Radio Show Tuesday morning and shared his inside look at the Mueller investigation. You can hear his entire interview here.
Mississippi’s Agriculture Commissioner Andy Gipson joined us on The Gallo Radio show today to talk about his role in the Hemp Task Force. Our state is the first in the nation to have an agreement with the FDA on this.
More than 100 people have overdosed on a supplement or herbal drug called Kratom. It’s from a tree that grows in tropical Asia and Dr. Scott Hambleton, from the Mississippi Physician Health Program, told Paul Gallo that it is an addictive substance that affects the brain “just like heroin”.