B-MO in the MO’rning – January 10th (Audio)

B-MO in the MO'rning - This morning on your "official rodeo radio station, "Brother Breck" filled in for Randy Bell in the MaxxSouth Broadband News and Weather Center and the boys discussed a variety of topics such as the Southeastern Professionals Final Rodeo, as it's set to return to the Neshoba County Coliseum on February 4th and 5th. Featuring events like Calf Roping, Team Roping, Saddle Bronc Riding, Bareback Riding,... Read More.

“When One is To Many” Singer Songwriter Mike Curtis On B-MO in the MO’rning (Audio)

B-MO in the MO'rning - It's not uncommon for Johnny Boswell and I to have conversations about music, or conversations about artists we know but earlier in the week we had one that led to me to a conversation I felt had to be heard on the show today. Mike Curtis and his co-writer put a song together after hearing about something during a church service struck a chord... Read More.

The New “GUY” in Town Joins B-MO in the MO’rning (Audio)

B-MO in the MO'rning - There's a new guy in the Boswell Media family and when we say "guy", we mean "Guy" as local award winning photographer Rick Guy! Rick joined B-MO in the MO'rning to discuss his transition from a journalism and broadcasting background in college, to becoming a photographer. Rick enjoyed being outside more than being in a studio and began... Read More.

ECCC Accepting Applications for In-District Gap-Filler Scholarship 

East Central Community College in Decatur is now accepting applications for the Slagle In-District Tuition Scholarship. This “gap filler” scholarship awards several thousand dollars annually to ECCC students who do not receive and/or qualify for sources of funding sufficient to cover the cost of tuition. Depending on the availability of funding, the Slagle In-District Tuition Scholarship is available for students residing in or attending high school in the college’s district, which includes Leake, Neshoba, Newton, Scott, and Winston counties. The priority... Read More.

Medical marijuana, teacher pay, and income tax to highlight 2022 session of MS legislature

Mississippi legislators begin their three-month session on Tuesday with a clear idea of several issues that will come up for debate. One of the first orders of business will be adopting a plan to redraw the state's four U.S. House districts, expanding the majority-Black 2nd District because it has lost population during the past decade. The lone Democrat in Mississippi's congressional delegation, Rep. Bennie Thompson, wanted his district to grow by encompassing all of Hinds County. Instead, the plan advanced... Read More.