Hotline

Hotline

Public Affairs programming for Laurel / Hattiesburg, MS area. Hosted by Steve Headrick.... Show More

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John O’Hara with the Better Business Bureau Serving Mississippi about consumer and business protection issues, including recent scams.
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Akwete Muhammed of Habitat for Humanity about the need for assistance in providing affordable housing in our area.
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Amanda Woods, Extension Agent for the Mississippi State University Extension Service, Marion County,
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John McFarland, Executive Director of the SE Mississippi Chapter of the American Red Cross about disaster preparedness and volunteer training.
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Mayor Johnny Magee of Laurel about the workings of a city government, including working with the state legislature in areas of common interest.
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Ann McCullen of Edwards Street Fellowship Center about resources available for those in need, including food, medical care and items that can be provided by a thrift store.
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LaToya Norman of the African American Military History Museum talking about Black History Month activities there and throughout the city of Hattiesburg.
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Jennifer Rothert of Girl Scouts of Greater Mississippi, along with her Girl Scout daughters Kimrey and Kayleigh about encouragement of young girls in social, academic, job skills and other areas.
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Kari Lynn Besing from the United Way of Southeast Mississippi was the guest, talking about the numerous charitable groups benefitting from United Way.
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Paula Mathis of OLLI, Oscher Lifelong Learning Institute at USM, talking about the numerous classes and trips taken by this group.
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Dr. Paul Byers - State Epidemiologist, Mississippi Department of Health about Flu season in Mississippi
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Jay Statum - Veteran Service Officer for Lamar County about services available to veterans in Lamar County, Mississippi
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Sharon Robbins of Jubilee Havens talking about the above during this the National Human Trafficking Awareness Month.
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Diane James of Crimestoppers about neighborhood safety and reporting of crimes or suspicious activity.
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Rep. Missy McGee of Hattiesburg about issues before the Mississippi Legislature, which is about to convene.
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Eric Williams, Assistant Director of Emergency Medical Technology at Jones College about how to recognize and deal with emergency medical situations.
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Ryan Moore, Public Information Officer of the Hattiesburg Police Department about safety inside and outside the home during the holiday season.
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Dana Bumgardner of “Cherished Hearts,” a group trying to establish a child advocacy center in the Jones County area.
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Dietitian Hannah Thompson of Merit Health Wesley talking about the above.
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Robert Smith of Laurel’s Christian Food Mission telling of the ministries of this organization regarding hunger.
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