Daily Journal living section editor Leslie Criss stops by to tell Brad and Derek her memories of Will Campbell, who was recently honored by the University of Mississippi. A former UM employee, Campbell was fired in 1956 for speaking against the university’s segregationist standards at the time but had a plaza at the university named after him on Friday. Meanwhile, Daily Journal Capitol reporter Bobby Harrison (12:29) speaks about his Sunday story on the unlikeliness that Mississippi will expand Medicaid after November’s election, and Brad shares some highlights of last week’s crime reports (18:36).
- #233: Tupelo Schools to start STEM initiative & Chick-fil-A nears reopening – 04/26/17
- #232: Weekend special: Tupelo Film Fest, Mediterranean bread salad & “Going in Style” – 04/14/17
- #231: Program aims to attract more top students to become teachers – 04/12/17
- #230: Weekend special: Flavorful salads, “Ghost in the Shell,” & “Ax of Murder” – 04/07/17
- #229: Tupelo creates police advisory board – 04/05/17