There will be no Mississippi Braves, or any other Minor League Baseball, season for the remainder of 2020. This season would have marked the Braves' 16th season at Trustmark Park and was scheduled to begin play on April 9 but, had been in a state of postponement due to safety concerns related to the Covid-19 pandemic. "I want to thank all of the great M-Braves fans for their tremendous patience and understanding during this unprecedented period in our nation's history," said... Read More.
It was a fun morning on Breezy 101 and Kicks 96. 2019 Boswell Media Mississippi Songwriter of the Year duo Wayward Jones performed live on-air with Breck Riley and LollyDude. It was the first ever simulcast between "The Main Event" and "Good Morning Kosciusko." Listen to the entire segment below. https://youtu.be/a8_VlHVVho8
Brian Flowers has won a congressional Republican primary runoff. He will face Democratic Rep. Bennie Thompson in November. Flowers, who works at Grand Gulf Nuclear Station, beat out Thomas Carey, a retired real estate agent. Thompson is the longest-serving member of Mississippi's current congressional delegation. Election officials say voter turnout appeared to be low for the runoff. (AP)
https://youtu.be/2C1hqLgyhoY The staff of Boswell Media helped pass out food in Neshoba County Tuesday afternoon. The food distribution took place at Open Arms, Inc. Over 270 bags of food were given out in just over an hour and 15 minutes. Miss Neshoba County Fair Olivia Adams and Distinguished Young Woman of Neshoba County Mary Kate Moran were also on hand to help pass out food.
Renasant Bank, headquartered in Tupelo, Mississippi, worked with the City of Kosciusko, Kosciusko Attala County Community Foundation, Kosciusko Tourism, and the Kosciusko Attala Partnership to move forward in gifting the Choate’s Stand historical property site in downtown Kosciusko to the Foundation. The property known as Renasant Bank Park is a piece of history that sits alongside the original Natchez Trace and was part of the Choate Family trade area in the early 1800’s. Justin Develin, Renasant Bank Market... Read More.
Boswell Media's 2019 Louisiana-Mississippi Associated Press Broadcasters and Media Editors awards arrived Friday. The awards were announced in April, however the contest banquet, which was set to be held in Baton Rouge, LA, was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. A complete list of winners can be found here. The AP is a not-for-profit news cooperative with 1,400 newspapers and 5,000 broadcasters in the United States. 2019 Boswell Media Awards: 1st Place – Multimedia: Cruisin... Read More.