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Forrest deputies resign following fatal crash
Photo courtesy of Hattiesburg PD Two deputies involved in a fatal wreck near Hattiesburg have resigned. The Forrest County Sheriff’s Office has confirmed that Deputy Chey Sumrall has resigned after he was involved in the crash on HWY 49 on Saturday that resulted in the deaths of 66-year-old Charles Epting and 80-year-old Annie Everett. Deputy … Continue reading "Forrest deputies resign following fatal crash"
Polar Vortex May Have Killed Off Most Of The Stink Bugs
I decided I am only going to write about the good things this craptastic winter weather brings, and here's one: the frigid temps may have killed off most of those annoying stink bugs.
Top 5 Things Found at every College Radio Station
I LOVE college radio and have been a DJ at four different stations over the years (and I also went through DJ training at a 5th station). In addition to that, in the past two years I’ve visited 20 radio stations all over the country . When doing my tours, I’m often struck by the artifacts that I see in every single station. These are often the things that make college radio feel like college radio, from the dirty carpets to the musty record library to the posters and stickers plastered on every square inch of wall and cabinet space So, with that, here’s my list of the top five things that every college radio station MUST have: Hanging Records at WVFI 1. Record Art: My favorite example is the 7″ vinyl-decorated hallway…
University Tells Would-Be Cheerleaders How to Look
University of Washington infographic goes over like a ton of bricks
Marathon 2019 Finale, with the Hoof & Mouth Sinfonia, MC DJ Stashu, Station Mgr Ken, Michele,...
5 Year Old Kennewick Girl Dies From Accidental Drowning
Tragic news for a Tri-Cities family 5 year old Adalynn Gaddis was found at the bottom of a Finley pool on Sunday the young gir
Nick Francona, son of Terry Francona, offers response to MLB investigation
The following is a statement by Nick Francona, son of former Red Sox and current Indians manager Terry Francona. It is in response to an investigation conducted by Major League Baseball regarding Francona's time with the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Alan Jackson Responds to 'Outpouring of Love' Following Son-in-Law's Death
The country star posted a message to social media thanking fans for their support after the death of his son-in-law, Ben Selecman, in early September.
Dodger Stadium Fight Leaves Father Of 4 On Life Support With Fractured Skull
45-year-old father of four, Rafael Reyna, is on life support with a fractured skull after being involved in a fight in the Dodger Stadium parking lot following Friday's extra innings game.