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Mississippi Edition: Friday, October 4

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A new settlement will change the way policing is done in a Mississippi county where some blacks felt targeted. Then, the candidates for Secretary of State go head to head in Hattiesburg. We'll hear from both of them. And a statewide burn ban is in effect. Just what does that mean? And how long could it last?

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MPB to host free Resumé Workshop Oct. 16, Hiring Event Nov. 20

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Mississippi Public Broadcasting is planning two events to help job seekers get the careers they want. The Get to Work Resumé Building Workshop is set for 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct.16, at MPB, 3825 Ridgewood Road in Jackson. Then the Get to Work Hiring Event will take place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 20 at MPB.

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Thacker Mountain Radio Hour | Saturday, October 5, 2019 | 125 years of college football stories.

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125 years of college football stories with Neil White plus acoustic trio, the Chadwick Band and songwriter Silas Reed IV!

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Mississippi Edition: Thursday, October 3

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Soldiers injured in training at Camp Shelby. Then, learn about a new project to help U.S. Attorneys and local law enforcement get a handle on violent crime. And the VA wants Mississippi veterans to know they have a place to turn instead of taking their own lives. And in this week's Book Club, a blind Mississippian tells us about her three guide dogs over the years in "Go With Your Dog."

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Travel with 'Mississippi Roads' for a new season premiering October 3

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Host Walt Grayson kicks off a new season airing Oct. 3 through Nov. 17. Episodes will broadcast Thursdays at 7 p.m. and Sundays at 10:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. on MPB Television.

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Mississippi Edition: Wednesday, October 2

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On today's show: Governor Phil Bryant speaks out against impeachment-related proceedings in the U.S. House of Representatives. Then, the U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development is in Mississippi touting Opportunity Zones. And after a Southern Remedy Health Minute: What's your favorite fair food? It may not be healthy, but it should at least be safe. Learn more.

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Mississippi Edition: Tuesday, October 1

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On today's show: A proposed "Buffer Zone" could go into effect around the state's only remaining abortion provider. Hear from business owners who say the noise from protesters and counter-protestors is affecting their customers' experiences. And after a Mississippi StoryCorps, hear from one researcher who says ending HIV in America is an attainable goal.

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Mississippi Edition: Monday, September 30

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On today's show: With one confirmed vaping death in Mississippi, find out why public health officials are concerned. And hear from an industry organization pushing back. Then, in light of the latest obesity report card, the American Heart Association is urging Mississippi to manage its collective waistline. Plus, Byte Size Tech.

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Grassroots Playlist

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Grassroots playlist for Saturday, September 28, 2019. Featured were Jim Lauderdale, Bill Monroe, Band of Ruhks, David Parmley, John Hartford, Dale Ann Bradley and others.

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Third Coast Radio Ep. 1

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Welcome to the premiere episode of Third Coast Radio! Tune in every Saturday at 11 PM to hear Brad "Kamikaze" Franklin and Donyalle Walls play good independent music, talk about what’s happening on the music scene, and to get some knowledge on the business of music.

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