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Southern Remedy / Healthy and Fit: Blood Sugar

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Do you have questions about Diabetes, blood sugar or prediabetes? Today is your day!

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Mississippi: A Thread Through Time - William Grant Still

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On this week in 1949, the New York City Opera premiered “Troubled Island” by the composer and Woodville, Mississippi native William Grant Still. This marked the first time a major American opera company had ever presented the work of an African-American composer.

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Mississippi Edition: Monday, March 27th

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On today's show: Legislators worked all weekend to finalize the state budget. But funding for some of the largest agencies is still up in the air. We'll have the latest. And after Everyday Tech, learn more about a new effort to improve relationships between police and teens in one Delta community.

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Deep South Dining: Go-To Dishes

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Kevin and Deborah are serving up some of their go-to dishes this episode. Also, they talk about a couple of events that will satisfy every pallet.

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Grassroots Playlist

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Grassroots Playlist for Saturday, March 25, 2017. Featured artists were the Steep Canyon Rangers, Bill Monroe, Joel Mabus, Nanci Griffith and more.

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Mary Margaret Miller aired on March 26, 2017.

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Malcolm White talks to Mary Margaret Miller of Visit Mississippi about the state's bicentennial celebration.

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Think your Internet connection is slow?

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All too often we hear the statement "My Internet is slow!" So, what IS slow? Slow can be different things to each of us. Luckily, there are easy, and free, tools to help you see if your Internet IS slow. Make sure you are getting the speeds you are paying for, folks! Read on to find out more...

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Sounds Jewish: Sprung

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Spring has arrived, and with it the desire for romance and the need for an umbrella. Tune in to the next “Sounds Jewish” for a global playlist of songs welcoming spring.

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Creature Comforts: Bats

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From the Mississippi Bat Working Group, Chester Martin is here to talk about Mississippi bats and dispel some common myths about the nocturnal creature.

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Mississippi Edition: Wednesday, March 22nd

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On today's show: Legislation creating a ban on sanctuary cities has passed the Senate. It is headed to the Governor for approval, but some say it isn't necessary. Then, a look at how President Trump's proposed budget could stop the Meals on Wheels program and leave Mississippi seniors hungry. And later, it's Wildfire Prevention Month. Find out how to stay safe as the seasons change.

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