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Thousands attend Summer Learning Family Fun Day 2019

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Summer Learning Family Fun Day 2019 was a complete success! Saturday’s event at the Jackson Convention Complex brought out about 4,000 people.

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Money Talks: Acrophobia

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Nancy Lottridge Anderson, Ph.D., CFA and financial expert host on Money Talks contributes a blog post about an economic indicator.

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Now You're Talking w/ Marshall Ramsey: Keigon Lowery "My Dad & Me"

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Today we sit down and talk with 10 year old author, Keigon Lowery about his new book "My Dad & Me"

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Mississippi Edition: Monday, June 17

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The news from the latest Kids Count report is out, and it’s a disappointing mix of findings for Mississippi children. We’ll break down the report and get some pointers for improvement. And a new grant for reading programs could help many kids this summer. Those stories and Byte Size Tech on Monday's Mississippi Edition.

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Grassroots Playlist

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Grassroots playlist for Saturday, June 15, 2019. Featured artists were Bill Monroe, Dolly Parton, The Wooks, Tom Rush, Kenny Baker, Jim & Jesse and others.

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The Gestalt Gardener: Y'all = You All

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Every Friday there is no telling where this garden party will end up. From paw paw trees to tomatoes in a container and everything in between, Felder does his best to share his knowledge to help your southern garden grow. He even provides mood (and sometimes moody) music for your listening pleasure. Let's get dirty!

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Mississippi Edition: Friday, June 14

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There’s a big push to install pumps to relieve flooding near the Mississippi River. But is it the smart approach? We hear from both sides of a fierce debate. Also, a young man finds his stride at Camp Sickle Stars. And, will the Bulldogs find their stride at the College World Series? Jim Ellis weighs in, on Friday's Mississippi Edition.

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Mississippi Edition: Thursday, June 13

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A rocket maker takes a Mississippi route toward a new frontier. Also, sickle cell disease can have a devastating impact on its youngest carriers - a summer camp designed for them aims to make their childhoods a little easier. And we’ll hear from the March of Dimes on infant mortality in Mississippi. We have those stories and author SJ Rozan on the Book Club on Thursday's Mississippi Edition.

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Mississippi Edition: Wednesday, June 12

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The Legislative Black Caucus holds a meeting on Medicaid. Members want to consider expansion, but Republicans are warning about the costs. Also, we'll look at the heavy economic costs of recent river flooding. And 12 rural airports get a financial boost from the FAA. Those stories and your Southern Remedy Health Minute on Wednesday's Mississippi Edition.

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Mark Coblentz returns for season 2 of Making A Chef

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Starkville teen Mark Coblentz returns for a second season of Making A Chef in the season premiere at 1 p.m. Saturday, June 15 on MPB Television. The episode repeats at 10 a.m. Sunday, June 16.

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