Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith stops by the studio to sit down with JT and discuss the work she has done for the people of Mississippi, and if you missed her conversation with JT, you can find it here –
Capt. Johnny Polous(Mississippi Highway Patrol) stops by the studio to talk about staying safe while traveling this Thanksgiving on the roads and highways of Mississippi. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here –
Everett Kennard, the Mississippi State Athletics Head Bus Driver, stopped by to talk to JT and swap stories about Mississippi State on the day before the Battle for the Golden Egg. If you missed any of their great conversation, you can find it in full below!
There are a lot of thankless jobs out there – and being the trash guy is certainly one of them. But this little guy loves seeing his crew from Waste Management every Monday and Thursday. Cason is almost 2-years-old, and stays with his Grandmother in Pearl, Mississippi during the day. This past summer, when the … Continue reading “Sweet Video: Toddler gives thanks to his trash guys”
Truth is, not everyone is happy during the Holidays. The Holiday season can be a stressful time of year for those going through a transition in life, but that doesn’t mean you should give up hope for experiencing joy during the season. James Cruise with James Cruise Ministries stopped by the studio to talk about … Continue reading “Surviving the Holidays”
You’ve never known the upcoming holiday as anything other than “Thanksgiving,” but imagine telling your family and friends, “Happy Franksgiving,” that is how it once was (at least for a moment in time). Brother Rodgers with Mississippi Archives and History came back to the studio to tell us more.
While many Mississippi homes might argue over the must have Holiday side dishes- most are in agreement that wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without a turkey and a HAM! The guys for Logan Farm’s stopped by the Good Things studio to talk ham and teach Rebecca what NOT to do with ham. Are you making the same … Continue reading “Ham for the Holidays”