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Travoris Croff, 27, 825 Depot St De Kalb, MS, Charges: Seatbelt Violation; Possession of more than 30 grams of Marijuana more
Kemper Academy Photo – Pictured (left to right): Mary Ellen Waters, Headmaster and Davis Fulton, Athletic Trainer with the Rush Sports Medicine Team more
 Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. How many of you heard that? Well, it's true. We set our hunger levels for the day with this meal. If we skip it, we tend to be just a little hungrier through out the day. We also need to use it to set our carb intake for the day. It seems hard, but with planning and moderation we can do it. more
On Saturday, October 31, at 6 P.M. in the Knox Dudley Gymnasium, Kemper Academy will have a 3 POINT SHOOTOUT CONTEST ($5/split the pot) and a FREE THROW CONTEST ($5/split the pot). For more information call Betty Lynn Haggard 601-416-5930 or LouAnn Wilson 601-917-5149. Following Meet The Players, they will hold a costume contest for ages newborn to 12 years old. more
Effective Tuesday, all Kemper County schools will go to virtual learning platforms for the next two weeks. more
The nation is focused on the 2020 presidential election which is now less than a week away. more
The Kemper County Homemaker volunteers held their annual “Think Pink” event on October 20th. more
There is a tried-and-true wake-up call every October that alerts me to the fickle nature of Autumn gardening. Right on cue, it happened this week. more
It's October and many are celebrating October Fest. Don't think you can't. You just have to be careful with what you put into your food. Replace potatoes with cauliflower or turnip roots. Replace any sugar with artificial blend. Be creative, but mostly remember to plan and eat in moderation. more
On Saturday, October 31, at 6 P.M. in the Knox Dudley Gymnasium, Kemper Academy will have a 3 POINT SHOOTOUT CONTEST ($5/split the pot) and a FREE THROW CONTEST ($5/split the pot). For more information call Betty Lynn Haggard 601-416-5930 or LouAnn Wilson 601-917-5149. more
Have you ever heard someone state, “I don’t understand why she doesn’t just leave” in response to conversations about intimate partner violence? more
The number of COVID-19 cases increased by seven in the last week according to the Mississippi Department of Health. more
Registration began Oct. 12, for East Mississippi Community College’s winter term 2020 and the spring term that begins in January of 2021. more
Jerome Brooks, 40, 197 Cedar Creek Rd Macon, MS, Charges: No DL; Poss. of Marijuana in motor vehicle less than once more
Since we're able to enjoy being outside without having a heat stroke, we are trying to find ways to stay outside. more
The Kemper County Board of Supervisors has extended the requirement to wear masks in all public buildings and spaces until November 2, 2020. more
Can someone please tell me what’s eating my newly-planted cabbage and kale? I can probably figure out what to do, if only I knew what I’m up against. more
SCOOBA — East Mississippi Community College’s Sharon Thompson and Billy Begley participated in the inaugural TopConnect NJCAA symposium for head men’s and women’s basketball coaches last week. more
The Kemper County board of supervisors had a busy meeting October 5 meeting. more
The Kemper County board of supervisors voted in their October 5 meeting to extend the countywide requirement for people to wear masks more
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