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Mississippi Edition: Thursday, February 15th

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On today's show: As education funding discussions continue, hear from one group who says the public should have more input. Then, public health officials are urging caution - not hysteria - after a deer is found with Chronic Wasting Disease. And the Book Club looks at overcoming race- and gender-bias in "From Liberty to Magnolia."

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Mix It Up!

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Dawson Elementary PreK-1st grade students enjoyed a lesson that explored different kinds of mixtures. Students were engaged in the afternoon activities and showed great interest in learning new science concepts. 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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Southern Remedy Kids & Teens | Feb. 15 , 2018 | Kids and violence

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This week, Dr. Jimmy Stewart hosts an episode originally intended to be an open topic show, but ultimately focused on kids behavior, specifically regarding violence. How do you spot flawed character traits? How do you talk to your children about mass shootings? How do you approach depression in children? It's an episode that parents should not miss.

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Creature Comforts: Frog Songs

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With the Mississippi night air starting to include the sounds of frogs we bring naturalist Joe McGee to the program to tell us what they are saying. With close to 30 different frog species in Mississippi, there is much to hop about in this conversation.

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MPB's Season Pass: Cleveland, Quidditch

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Guests: Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame member (and USM alumnus) Rick Cleveland and student athlete Rebekah Page, captain and coach for the University of Southern Mississippi Quidditch Team.

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Mississippi Edition: Wednesday, February 14th

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On today's show: Law enforcement officers across the state are learning new tactics to combat opioid abuse. Then, find out why some Mississippi families are struggling to get by, even after signs of economic recovery. Plus, why a Federal administration wants some drivers to step on the brakes, and get their cars checked immediately.

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Fix It 101: Spread The Love

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On this Valentines Day program, we spread the love with Ben Napier from the HGTV show, "Home Town". Also, the handyman hangout is full of love as we share home improvement advice from Jason, Del, Jeff, and our friend of the show Timmy McClendon from A/C Remedies.

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‘Hooked: Mississippi’s Opioid Hangover’ premieres Feb. 22 on MPB Television

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A new Southern Remedy three-part series titled “Hooked: Mississippi’s Opioid Hangover” will premiere at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 22 on MPB Television. Encore presentations are set for 5 p.m. Feb. 24 and 10 p.m. Feb. 28.

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In Legal Terms: Estate Planning - A Great Valentine's Gift

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Show your sweetheart and loved ones that you care by creating a will.

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Money Talks: Job Hunting

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Guest Gary Burnison, author of Lose the Resume, Land the Job joins the show to talk about job hunting.

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