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Podcast No. 109: Mayor Jimmy Harris

Kevin Adelsberger

Since 2007, Mayor Jimmy Harris has been serving in leadership over Madison County, and today on our podcast, Kevin Adelsberger interviews him about the journey that led him there. From running multiple businesses to working in real estate, find out where Mayor Harris comes from and what he sees for the future of our community.

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Podcast No. 83: Sabrina Anderson of the Boys & Girls Club

Kevin Adelsberger

No matter what the home situation, education struggles, or financial issues, all kids could use some love and encouragement, and the Boys & Girls Club of Jackson-Madison County is here to make a difference in the lives of our city's youth. Today on our podcast, Kevin Adelsberger sits down with Executive Director Sabrina Anderson to find out how this Louisiana girl came to Jackson and what her mission is a the club.

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Podcast No. 77: Bob Alvey of the Jackson-Madison County School Board

Kevin Adelsberger

So many of the best and worst parts of a city are seen most clearly in its school system, and it's thanks to our school board that issues can be addressed and families can be encouraged. Today on the podcast, Kevin Adelsberger interviews Jackson-Madison County School Board member Bob Alvey about the challenges of his role, his perspective on public and private schools, and what new superintendent Eric Jones has to offer.

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Podcast No. 75: County Commissioners Jason Compton & Jay Bush

Kevin Adelsberger

For the next few weeks on our podcast, Kevin Adelsberger will be interviewing various elected officials from our city to learn about their responsibilities and how we can better be a part of our community. Today he interviews County Commissioners Jason Compton and Jay Bush to find out how these guys got to Jackson, what their day jobs at Jackson Generals and Clayton-Little PLLC are like, and what our County Commission does on a daily basis.

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Podcast No. 71: Billy King of the Big Black Creek Historical Association

Kevin Adelsberger

West Tennessee is full of rich history, but as development continues, often our past becomes dissolved. The Big Black Creek Historical Association out of Denmark is dedicated to preserving some of our region's most historically significant buildings and cemeteries—and, more importantly, the stories they hold. Today on our podcast, Kevin Adelsberger interviews president Billy King to learn more about the association, his personal life, and the waterway that binds so many historic small towns together.

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Podcast No. 64: Harbert Alexander

Kevin Adelsberger

If you've been around Jackson for a while, you've probably met our county's historian, Harbert Alexander. Today Kevin Adelsberger sits down with this Madison County legend to hear about his past with the Bank of Jackson, his many authored books, and a few of his favorite stories from of our city's past.

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Podcast No. 60: Dustin Summers of Madison County Young Republicans

Kevin Adelsberger

With the presidential election just around the corner, we've definitely got government on the mind, and sometimes it's nice to have a place to debate and discuss our nation's issues. Today on our podcast, Kevin Adelsberger sits down with Dustin Summers, the Chairman of the Madison County Young Republicans and the Executive Director of the West Tennessee Physicians Alliance. Hear about this West Tennessee native's journey through politics, education, and health, and listen to his thoughts on this year's election.

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Podcast No. 59: Dev Catalyst

Kevin Adelsberger

With technology constantly changing, so is education. Check out this podcast by Kevin Adelsberger highlighting Dev Catalyst, an educational coding and technology program for high schoolers conducted through theCO. Hear the perspectives of student Steven Prescott, teacher Kimberly Colbert, and Educational Outreach Coordinator Molly Plyler on this incredible opportunity for West Tennessee youth to prepare for competitive careers.

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EXTRA! Podcast No. 57: 731Day

Katie Howerton

731Day is so close we can taste it! Still a little clueless about what's going on this July 31? Kevin Adelsberger presents a special podcast extra with Our Jackson Home Editor-in-Chief Katie Howerton to get the scoop on what's going down next Sunday.

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Podcast No. 52: Nathan Lewis of Early College High

Kevin Adelsberger

With all changes happening in our school system over the past year, it's easy to fret about our children's education. Some amazing things are on the horizon, though, including a new program called Early College High. Kevin Adelsberger sits down with administrator Nathan Lewis and hears about his vision to equip student for careers earlier than you might think possible.

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Podcast No. 51: Matt Childress of Woodstock Bake Shop

Kevin Adelsberger

Today on our podcast, Kevin Adelsberger sits down with Matt Childress, founder and owner of local favorite Woodstock Bake Shop. Matt shares about how he got into the business after the nonconventional career of being a racecar driver, and we learn a little about the next steps this bakery is taking to locate themselves in downtown Jackson.

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Podcast No. 50: Tyler Whetstone of The Jackson Sun

Kevin Adelsberger

It's easy to forget about just all the hard work that goes into getting the facts on local news to your hands or devices. Today Kevin Adelsberger sits down with Tyler Whetstone, local government reporter for The Jackson Sun, and learns a little about his background and the process behind writing these essential stories for our city.

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Podcast No. 38: Shannon Stewart of CASA

Kevin Adelsberger

Kevin Adelsberger got to sit down with Madison County CASA Executive Director Shannon Stewart for this podcast. They had a fun interview and talked about the good work that CASA is doing in our community.

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