Dale Morris

Station Engineer

 An award-winning engineer and musician, Dale Morris has been a student of technology for more than three decades. At WJSU-FM 88.5, he was the project leader that made WJSU the first digital radio station in Mississippi. He has partnered with other stations in grant writing. Dale says he “frequently gets questions from friends and colleagues about the latest gadget or technology, so why not package some of this information." He aims to accomplish this as host of the segment  “On Tap.”  Catch “On Tap” as an occasional segment in the the news magazine “The Full Spectrum.”

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One of Mayor Chokwe Lumumba’s opponents for office is now a city employee.  Tuesday the Jackson City Council voted to appoint former mayoral candidate Patty Patterson a part-time deputy clerk for the city council.  The motion was brought to the council by ward 5 city councilmen Vernon Hartley.  Patterson says the appointment is an honor and pledged her full support to the council, the mayor and the citizens of Jackson.

There were some tense moments during Monday's Hinds County Board of Supervisors meeting. Board Vice President David Archie was upset that the president of the Board, Credell Calhoun, wanted to remove him from his leadership position. Calhoun says Archie has been disruptive over the last few months.  Archie accused Calhoun of not following parliamentary procedures when put the item on Monday’s agenda to remove hism as Vice-President and President-Elect. Eventually Calhoun conceded saying he could have written the order a little bit better. He says he will the next time.

There were some tense moments during Monday's Hinds County Board of Supervisors meeting. Board Vice President David Archie was upset that the president of the Board, Credell Calhoun, wanted to remove him from his leadership position. Calhoun says Archie has been disruptive over the last few months.  Archie accused Calhoun of not following parliamentary procedures when put the item on Monday’s agenda to remove hism as Vice-President and President-Elect. Eventually Calhoun conceded saying he could have written the order a little bit better. He says he will the next time.

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