It’s fall, and that means cooler weather across Northeast Mississippi (at least at night). It also normally means good temperatures for a campfire. But with most of the state currently under a burn ban, those flames must wait.
Daily Journal law enforcement reporter William Moore (8:58) joins Derek and Brad on today’s episode to talk about the burn ban, what it means, how many citations have been issued and how long it is likely to last.
Also, M. Scott Morris (16:47) reviews “Jack Reacher: Never Go Back” and talks about Tupelo Community Theatre’s weekend production of “The Halloween Trilogy” (21:43). Plus, Derek (30:46) has a breakdown of haunted activities taking place this weekend.
And don’t forget we will dedicate Monday’s episode to ghost stories. Send us yours to firstname.lastname@example.org.