North Mississippi Medical Center Wellness Center Fitness Supervisor Edwin Crenshaw (10:49) joins Derek and Brad. Crenshaw has advice for those who want to improve their physical fitness — set a plan, use short-term goals and rewards and be mindful of what you eat. Also on today’s show, Daily Journal Capitol Bureau Chief Bobby Harrison (24:21) sheds light on a recent study about chronic absenteeism for some Mississippi students, M. Scott Morris (31:37) reviews “The Finest Hours,” and Derek (38:11) has details about this weekend’s entertainment scene. Derek and Brad (1:40) also have highlights of Ole Miss and Mississippi State football recruiting classes after Wednesday’s National Signing Day.
Archives for February 2016
Daily Journal sports editor John Pitts (12:08) joins Brad and guest co-host M. Scott Morris to break down the Super Bowl 50 matchup between the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers. Pitts tells viewers what to look for on Sunday, notes the players with local ties who will be participating and shares his favorite Super Bowl memories. Also on today’s show, Daily Journal business editor Dennis Seid (6:10) talks about local retailer Hancock Fabrics filing for bankruptcy. Food editor Ginna Parsons (32:23) breaks down this week’s food section — Super Bowl snacks, Charity Ball menu and a teen who has set her sights on culinary school.
Word broke last week that Ole Miss had received an NCAA notice of allegations and could be charged for possible rule violations in football, women’s basketball and track. Daily Journal Ole Miss beat reporter Parrish Alford (7:07) joins Derek and Brad to give more information on the NCAA investigation and explain what it all really means. Also on today’s show, Daily Journal Capitol Bureau Chief Bobby Harrison (15:49) talks about the possibility of the Legislature making all school district superintendent positions appointed and not elected offices, and Daily Journal chief photographer Thomas Wells (25:55) explains his photo essay on the former New Albany country club. Meanwhile, Brad (31:20) breaks down some of last week’s wackiest crime reports.