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From special reports        year since 2009 when PACES Project began, an Awards Recognition Program has been held for those PACES students at Kemper County who have … more
Kemper County’s unemployment rate for May dropped 2.9 percent points when compared the previous month which saw numbers across the nation spike because of the Coronavirus Pandemic which forced the shutdown of many businesses and industry. more
Kemper County schools maintenance employee Jamie Hatch spreads slag around the grounds at the Upper Kemper County elementary school in DeKalb as the school district gets ready to reopen next month. more
I have become aware many of my constituents who own small businesses with 50 or fewer employees that were forced to shut down temporarily because of the coronavirus have not received or filed for COVID-19 relief money they are entitled to receive. more
Do your plants signal what kind of person you are? more
During the summer, no one likes to be stuck in the kitchen all day. more
An employee from Cintas, a professional cleaning company, sprays down one of the Kemper County School District’s buses to clear out any possible COVID-19 germs. more
Editor’s note: The Kemper County Messenger publishes the Community Calendar weekly in this space. It covers events, announcements and happenings in Kemper County. We welcome your news and … more
There have been no new cases of the Coronavirus reported in Kemper County but sadly, there was one additional death. Granger: COVID-19 still a serious health threat more
William Michael Brown, Jr., a ninth grader at Kemper County High School, continues to be recognized for his participation and achievements in science fairs since the fifth grade. more
From special reports October 16, 2019, was a dark day for Kemper County when the only Pharmacy (Fred's) in the county closed its doors and went out of business. For local pharmacist Roy … more
We passed House Bill 1387, that would create the Mississippi Workforce Incentive Act of 2020 by transferring $50 million of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, COVID-19 … more
From special reports The Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) is urging parents to act now and schedule their child's age-appropriate immunizations before summer is over. Mississippi … more
By Steve Swogetinsky The Kemper Messenger The Kemper County supervisors took a big step in protecting employees in the Court House from the Coronavirus during their Monday … more
Compiled by Denise Swogetinsky Kemper Messenger During the summer, it is always nice to plan picnics. It is not hard to eat healthy foods while enjoying the great outdoors. You can take … more
By Hilute Hudson III Special to the Messenger Recently, I was asked to choose only one answer for what I desired most at Kemper County School District. The choices were: more teachers, more … more
Editor's note: The Kemper County Messenger publishes the Community Calendar weekly in this space. It covers events, announcements and happenings in Kemper County. We welcome your news and comments. … more
A Taste of Heaven and Village Cloth Shoppe are situated adjacent to each other in downtown De Kalb, and in the harsh times of the coronavirus pandemic, the two businesses have become quite … more
East Mississippi Community College Golf and Recreational Turf Management student Payton Smith landed a paid summer internship working at the training camp for the Kansas City Chiefs, the reigning … more
Dang it. I just discovered a young tree seedling in my garden that will sooner or later have to be cut down, but it seems wrong, maybe unpatriotic, to do it. When mature it's a magnificent plant … more
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