The Kemper County Board of Supervisors voted to apply for a $94,000 non-matching grant on Monday that would generate a countywide feasibility study to help the county attract industry and retail businesses to the area. (No Comments)
A trace amount of asbestos has been found in the old Alply Building owned by the county. Craig Hitt, executive director of the Kemper County Economic Development Authority encouraged the Kemper County Board of Supervisors to seek bids to have the asbestos removed so the building could be taken down if that is what the board desired.
PRESTON - Adrian B. Turner says he grew up dreaming about singing on a big stage, surrounded by lights - a vision that he cultivated in his grandfather's Preston Pentecostal Church and at Kemper County High School, where he sang in the chorus and learned the basics of music. (No Comments)
In today's article, we continue to look at Luke 11:1-4 and the Lord's Prayer. Two weeks ago we saw how Jesus is simply teaching the disciples how to pray the Bible. And then last week we made a few preliminary observations about the priority and pattern of prayer. This week we are going to zero in on the second petition, "Your kingdom come." (No Comments)
In today's article, we'll be looking again at Luke 11:1-4 and making our way through the Lord's Prayer, the prayer that Jesus taught His disciples in response to their request that He teach them how to pray. (No Comments)
We continue today in our study in the Gospel of Luke by looking at Luke 10:38-42. This is one of the great passages in the Bible about discipleship. And it's important for us to understand that in the end, this passage is really not about Martha, it's about you and me. (No Comments)
It didn't take long for the Kemper County football team to find success this summer. The Wildcats went 8-0 this weekend to pick up the championship in the Southern Miss 7-on-7 football camp. Kemper County beat St. Martin in the championship game. (No Comments)
For the second straight year, East Mississippi Community College is being represented by three student-athletes at this week's College National Finals Rodeo in Casper, Wyoming. The national collegiate rodeo competition began Sunday and runs through Saturday at the Casper Events Center. EMCC will be represented at the week-long CNFR by all-around regional champions Marcus Theriot and Katelyn Nicholson as well as Kody Rinehart. (No Comments)
SCOOBA - East Mississippi Community College all-state softball standouts Marissa Landrum and Emily Patrick have become the latest Lion players to declare their post-EMCC destinations. Landrum will continue her collegiate career at the University of South Alabama, while Patrick has committed to attend Blue Mountain College. (No Comments)
The Kemper County Wildcats will have a busy summer in preparation for their 2016 campaign. The Wildcats have a full slate of 7-on-7 camps and competitions to go along with their work in the weight room. (No Comments)
CASPER, Wyo. - Freshman cowboy Marcus Theriot added to his already impressive list of rodeo accomplishments by claiming the All-Around national championship and tie-down roping title in leading the East Mississippi Community College men's team to a school-best, fifth-place national finish at the 2016 College National Finals Rodeo. The week-long collegiate rodeo competition concluded Saturday night at the Casper Events Center in Wyoming.