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Mississippi Edition: Thursday, May 17th

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On today's show: Toyota is hiring in Mississippi, and they're very clear about the type of employees they want on their team. And, a historic site in Mississippi is getting national attention. What's next for the Evers' home in Jackson. Then, learn the risks for Hepatitis C. Why you might need to be tested. In today's book club, we'll hear from author Michael Kardos on his new novel, "Bluff".

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Creature Comforts: Fireflies

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Did you know that a firefly is not really a fly? It belongs to the beetle family and today on the show we talk about these bioluminescent creatures with Paul Hartfield from the US Fish and Wildlife Service.

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MPB's Season Pass: Price-Smith, Anger, Robinson

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Guests: UM Track & Field Head Coach Connie Price-Smith, US National Whitewater Freestyle Kayak Team member Matt Anger, Jones County Junior College Softball Head Coach Chris Robinson.

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Southern Remedy: Dr. Rick | Wednesday, May 16, 2018

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Dr. Jimmy Stewart sits in for Dr. Rick.

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Mississippi Edition: Wednesday, May 16th

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On today's show: Hear from Statewide law enforcement officers, families, and friends honoring the men and women in Mississippi who have lost their lives in the line of duty. And, a new Gold Star Memorial Monument is unveiled at a military museum. Then after a Southern Remedy Health Minute, a statewide campaign urging you to "Think Again" about the mental health.

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Fix It 101: Tiny House

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Architect and founder of Tiny House Life Space, James Polk joins the handyman hangout to talk about the tiny house movement.

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Thacker Mountain Radio Hour | Saturday, May 19 | With American Booksellers Association

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Listen in as Thacker Mountain Radio Hour closes out the American Booksellers Association's conference with style. Guests: "Cold Mountain" author Charles Frazier, poet/novelist Elizabeth Acevedo, author/songwriter Dar Williams, Memphis soul band The Bo-Keys.

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Mississippi Edition: Tuesday, May 15th

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On today's show: Find out why advocates for Mississippi's poor are blocking traffic in the streets of Jackson. And in Story Corps, a firsthand account of what it was like living in the Delta during the Civil Rights movement. Then, how a recent supreme court ruling could boost Mississippi's revenue.

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Martha Speaks!

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Students gathered for another exciting afterschool program at Dawson Elementary. Activities included reading, writing and exploring the PBS KIDS website. This project is funded by a Ready To Learn grant provided by the Department of Education to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

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In Legal Terms: 10 Reasons You SHOULD Participate in Jury Duty

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10 Reasons You SHOULD Participate in Jury Duty

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