Mississippi Gulf Coast Facing Problems

Joe Spraggins(Executive Director of the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources) joins the discussion to break down the problems faced by the Mississippi Gulf Coast with the large algae bloom and the freshwater coming down to the Gulf from all the flooding along the Mississippi River. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find … Continue reading “Mississippi Gulf Coast Facing Problems”

From Hunting Regulations to the Neshoba County Fair

Chairman Scott Bounds joined the conversation with JT by phone to discuss a variety of topics ranging from what you can expect from this year’s Neshoba County Fair and what kind of new regulations have been put in place for hunting season coming up in the fall. If you missed Chairman Bounds catching up with … Continue reading “From Hunting Regulations to the Neshoba County Fair”

Hot Car and Fireworks Safety

Ryan Wilson(Paramedic and Clinical Services Manger – AMR) joined the conversation to discuss the need to be aware while the mercury is as high as it has been recently and make sure you aren’t leaving children, pets, or the elderly in a hot car. Not just that, but you also need to check in on … Continue reading “Hot Car and Fireworks Safety”

Black Hawk Down Vet Joins the Conversation

Randy Jones(Army Veteran/Lead Chopper Pilot from the Black Hawk Down incident and West Point City Administrator) sat down with JT out at Old Waverly in West Point to discuss his career in the Army, his team’s mission during the Black Hawk Down incident in Mogadishu, Somalia and his work for the City of West Point … Continue reading “Black Hawk Down Vet Joins the Conversation”

State Testing is a Massive Headache for Mississippians

Rep. Tom Miles(Mississippi House of Representatives – District 75/Rankin and Scott Counties) stopped by the studio to discuss the problems with State Testing and how it would be an easy fix – if we could just get the legislation through the House and Senate. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it … Continue reading “State Testing is a Massive Headache for Mississippians”

Hadad Hops on the Phone with JT

Brian Hadad(Mississippi State Corespondent – Sports Talk Mississippi) jumped on the phone to give you an update from Omaha on what the Diamond Dawgs have done during the day-long rain delay and all the food he has been enjoying during his time in Omaha. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it … Continue reading “Hadad Hops on the Phone with JT”

Commissioner Tom King Stops by the Studio

Tom King(Transportation Commissioner – Southern District) joined the conversation in the studio to discuss his decision to run for re-election to the position of Southern District Transportation Commissioner. If you missed his conversation, you can find it here –

JT Bails Out on a Broadcast!?

If you missed the odd occurrence earlier on the JT Show, you are in luck – you can find the funny moment right here! While JT was conducting an interview, a queen bee and her swarm of worker bees decided to leave their bush home nearby and make a beeline right for JT and the … Continue reading “JT Bails Out on a Broadcast!?”

Dr. Mark Keenum on the Passing of Sen Thad Cochran

Dr. Mark Keenum(President – Mississippi State University) joined the discussion by phone today with a heavy heart to give his thoughts on the passing of Senator Thad Cochran and to talk about his time working with the late Senator. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here –

College Baseball as an Economic Driver

Mary Allyn Hedges(Director of Visit Oxford) and Lynn Spruill(Mayor of Starkville) both joined the conversation by phone to discuss how hosting College World Series Regional Tournaments in Oxford and Starkville will mean big bucks for the local community. If you missed their conversations with JT, you can find them here –