Incumbent and Republican candidate, Greg Snowden, and Independent candidate, Sam Thompson, MS House of Representatives District 83, join Bill Smith and The Dog on The Morning Show for a lively debate. Click the links below to watch the debate.
Band Mousai joins Scott Gray and Bill Smith on The Morning Show. Mousai is part of the 59 Twenty Festival. Click the links below to watch the band.
Russell Christian 56 Calvary Christian 14
Meridian 49 Natchez 0
Oak Grove 41 Forest Hill 14
West Lauderdale 46 Newton 12
Lamar 33 Leake Academy 21
Quitman 14 Southeast 12
Nanih Waiya 46 Clarkdale 10
Enterprise 62 Choctaw Central 22
Forest 41 Scott Central 14
Philadelphia 48 Leflore County 6
Morton 52 Northeast Lauderdale 34
Neshoba Central 35 Yazoo City 21
Madison St. Joe 21 Union 20
Newton Academy 38 Heidelberg Academy 36
Noxubee County 42 Kemper County 18
Patrician Academy 34 Escambia Academy 28
Purvis 35 St. Stanislaus 27
North Forrest 26 Bay Springs 6
Pelahatchie 68 Sebastopol 35
Wayne County 30 Pearl 21
Olive Branch 49 Southaven 41
Gulfport 56 St. Martin 14
South Panola 21 Horn Lake 3
Keith Hennessey joins Bill Smith, Dr Jim Leggette and The Dog on The Morning Show. Keith is currently a Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University. Prior to joining Hoover, Keith spent fifteen years in Washington working on economic policy first in Congress and then for eight years during President George W. Bush’s Administration. There he held a variety of positions and finished as Assistant to the President for Economic Policy and Director of the National Economic Council. Keith covers in the interview the federal budget process, the debt debate and economic policy making in general. Click the link below to listen to the show.
Meridian Star Editor, Fredie Carmichael, joins Bill Smith, Laura Hipp, Lee Youngblood, Steve Gillespie, Pete Smith and The Dog on The Morning Show to remember and pay tribute to the late Buddy Bynum. Click the links below to hear the show.
The 9/11 attacks were a series of four coordinated murder/suicide attacks against targets in New York and Washington, D.C. on September 11, 2001. That morning, 19 al-Qaeda terrorists hijacked four passenger jets. The hijackers intentionally crashed two planes into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City; both towers collapsed within two hours. Hijackers crashed a third plane into the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia. When passengers attempted to take control of the fourth plane, United Airlines Flight 93, it crashed into a field near Shanksville, Pennsylvania, preventing it from reaching its intended target in Washington, D.C. Nearly 3,000 died in the attacks.
2011 marks the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. We remember and pay tribute in honor of those who lost their lives that day. Today, we also remember their families. Paul Tarver joins Bill Smith and The Dog for a special 9/11 10th Anniversary and tribute show. Click the links below to watch.
‘The Afternoon Show’ on ‘MOX. Join Al Brown and Cat Owen, Al and Ellie Massey, Al and Krilecia Gianakos, Al and Leigh Anne Whittle and Al and Kelly Becton Corey 3p-5p Monday through Friday. Click the link below to hear our brand new local afternoon show.
Fredie Carmichael joins Bill Smith and The Dog on The Morning Show and remembers Buddy Bynum. Click the link below to hear the conversation.
Meridian Star Editor, Fredie Carmichael, joins Bill Smith and Scott Gray on The Morning Show. Listen as Fredie responds to the interview the previous morning with Councilman Dr George Thomas and City of Meridian CAO Mark McDonald.
Councilman George Thomas and CAO Mark McDonald join Bill Smith and The Dog on The Morning Show. Click the link below to watch the interview.