BMO in the MO'rning - As expected Tropical Storm Ida would not only effect our weather here in Central Mississippi but cause havoc with schools, county offices and clinics. As of this moment here is an updated list of closures and additional information: CLOSURES: All public schools in Attala, Neshoba, Leake and Winston County Choctaw Non-essential government offices and schools Mid MS Regional Public Libraries Philadelphia City Hall Leake County Circuit Court (if you were scheduled for jury duty, please call 601-267-8357 for further instructions... Read More.
BMO in the MO'rning - Neshoba General Clinics and Outpatient Therapy locations will have a late start and will be opening at 10am tomorrow morning, due to the weather conditions scheduled for tomorrow. Kicks96news will update this story as updates become available.
BMO in the MOrning - Leake County Sheriff Randy Atkinson has a message for local residents and its a clear and simple one, "keep the roads clear as the road conditions worsen tomorrow." After a meeting with county officials, a plan is in place to keep the roads clear and to respond to those in need, however this plan depends on the public's willingness to do their part and assist in making this plan work. Sherriff Atkinson also announced that... Read More.
B-MO in the MO'rning - With the anticipated arrival of Hurricane Ida, the following closures are in effect for tomorrow: All classes scheduled for Attala, Neshoba, Leake and Winston County Schools have been closed. Tyson Foods of Carthage has also shut down production for Monday. All Mid Mississippi Regional Libraries will be closed Monday. Carthage City Hall will be closed Monday August 30th. All MBCI non-essential tribal government offices and schools will be closed Monday. All emergency service providers will remain open. Neshoba General Clinics... Read More.
For the third year in a row, Attala County Fire Department Captain Morgan Smith taught students at Attala Career Tech Center a valuable lesson. A former combat firefighter, Captain Smith demonstrated under careful supervision practice the P.A.S.S. technique (which stands for Point, Aim, Squeeze and Sweep) on a small controlled fire at the high school. Armed with several practice extinguishers donated by Dixie Fire Protection in Greenville, students took their turns putting out a small fire... Read More.
B-MO in the MO'rning - Joining B-MO, Chris Davis and Breck this morning on a HERsDAY will be Dr. Lisa Hull, the Superintendent of the Philadelphia Public School District! She'll join B-MO, "Brother" Breck and Chris Davis during the 7am hour to discuss the modifications the school board has made for the upcoming year in regards to the "Delta Variant" and what parents and teachers will need to know! They'll discuss modifications in store for students and parents for... Read More.
Boswell Media Sports's weekly football pick'em "Kicks Picks" is returning for its 18th season on Breezynews.com and Kicks96news.com. Make your picks each week for the best high school and college football games in the state. If you get the most right, then you’re a winner. The weekly winner will take home a gift certificate from Lee's Steakhouse, the official Football Friday Food Stop. The player that gets the most pick correct throughout the end of the season, will win the grand prize... Read More.
B-MO in the MO'rning - So what do you do when you get a video of a little boy who loves your radio station and spends his day practicing "breaks" (that's industry talk for when the music stops and the jock begins talking before going in to commercials.) and even asks his mom during Sunday sermons how to spell "Mississippi Superstar Country"? You invite him down to his favorite radio... Read More.