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  • Coronavirus outbreak just getting started in Mississippi, top health official warns
    The coronavirus outbreak is just getting started in Mississippi, warned State Health Official Dr. Thomas Dobbs during a press conference with Gov. Tate Reeves and others today.
  • Mississippi reports 67 new cases of Coronavirus
    The Mississippi State Department of Health announced Sunday morning that they had 67 new confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus known as COVID-19, bringing the statewide total to 207 cases.
  • Governor orders schools closed until April 17
    Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves announced this morning the closure of all public schools across the state until April 17, as the number of COVID-19 cases continues to grow across the state and world.
  • SET TO MEET

    There will be a meeting of the City of DeKalb Democrats, on Thursday, Dec. 29, at 2 p.m., at the City Courthouse, in DeKalb, the meeting is to organize a Municipal Democratic Executive Committee.  If

    any questions contact Charles C. Hollingsworth Jr, Kemper County Democratic Executive Committee (Chair), at (601) 513-3598.
  • “Emergency loans for farmers, ranchers, and operators are available through the Kemper County Office of the Farm Service Agency,” Mark L. Dillard, FSA Farm Loan Manager, said earlier this week.
  • On this particular Saturday morning, the gridiron gladiators could not be mistaken for NFL players, as their ages ranged was from 5-12 years old. And although they could not match the professionals in stature, their grit and determination was intense.
  • Kemper County taxpayers could be paying less in ad valorem taxes on their homes and automobile tags this coming year.
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