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Mississippi Edition: Wednesday, October 10th

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The State Treasurer on Mississippi's Second Credit Rating Upgrade in a Month. Then, why Mississippi's Black Legislative Caucus is throwing its support behind a Democrat campaigning for U.S. Senate. And after a Southern Remedy Health Minute, Mississippi business leaders and lawmakers are challenging people to make healthier choices. Plus, as a Jackson program for youth celebrates 50 years.

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Southern Remedy | Wednesday, September 10, 2018

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Dr. Jimmy Stewart takes your questions and calls on another edition of Southern Remedy presented by the University of Mississippi Medical Center and Mississippi Public Broadcasting.

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Everyday Tech: The Cloud

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Have you’ve ever wondered what exactly is the “cloud” and what it does but you’ve been too embarrassed to ask? Well, today we’re going to lift the fog on the cloud and explain what it does and how it benefits you.

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Fall Fixes and Fire Ants

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The fall season brings a new set of home maintenance worries and the handyman hangout wants to ease those worries with advice about your home improvement projects. Also, a listener in need of fire ant removal encourages lots of different methods to get rid of these nuisance insects.

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Mississippi Edition: Tuesday, October 9th

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On today's show: A Mississippi family is searching for answers after losing a loved one while incarcerated. Then, find out how your family can financially prepare before a storm strikes. And, tips on when and why high school students need to complete the FAFSA.

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Reading list for a season of politics and election

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“Today a reader, tomorrow a leader.” - W. Fusselman

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Relatively Speaking | September 9, 2018

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Resiliency How to we develop it? Why do some people seem to bounce back from tragic events more quickly than others? Why do some people seem to get “stuck” in a point in their life, without the ability to move forward? Do you think parents overprotective behaviors impair the development of resiliency? Let’s talk about what is going on in your life.

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In Legal Terms: Wills

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It's Get Organized Week! Do you have a will? Is it up to date?Professor Richard Gershon gives advice, answers questions, and tell us what the law is in Mississippi.

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Money Talks: Complete 2 Compete

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Stephanie Bullock Project Coordinator for Complete 2 Compete explains about the state wide initiative designed to help Mississippi adults, who have earned college credit but do not have a degree, better their lives by completing a degree program.

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Thacker Mountain Radio Hour | Saturday, October 13, 2018 | Amy Stewart

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This week: author Amy Stewart (“Miss Kopp Just Won’t Quit”) and musical guests Julie Odell; teenage blues wunderkind Erin Coburn; and Meridian, MS, native John Paul Dove. Hosted by Jim Dees and the Yalobushwhackers. Saturday at 7 p.m.

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