The students of Sherry Clemons-Hopson’s Health Sciences second year class and the Law and Public Safety students stood in awe on Sept. 2 as they watched the PHI Air Medical Group helicopter land in the field behind the Career Technical Center.
Ninth-ranked East Mississippi Community College rebounded from last week’s rare home loss to claim a hard-fought 24-16 home victory over Coahoma during Thursday night’s MACCC North Division football action played at Sullivan-Windham Field.
The annual meeting of the Kemper Academy patrons is set for 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 11 in the assembly room at the school. All patrons are encouraged to attend.
Works by two East Mississippi Community College art instructors have been selected for inclusion in separate juried art exhibits that will take place in Meridian.
SCHOOL BOARD MEETING The Kemper County School Board Regular Scheduled Meeting will be held on Thursday, Sep. 8 beginning at 3 p.m. at the John C. Stennis Vocational Complex in DeKalb.
Here are a few items of interest from issues of The Kemper County Messenger from one, five, 10, 25, 50 and 80 years ago.
The Kemper County Economic Development Authority (KCEDA) is looking to bring new industry into the county following the July exit of one of the county’s top private employers, Emilia, LLC.
During a recent Kemper County Board of Supervisors meeting, County Road Manager Glenn Williams’s request was approved to purchase a new fleet of pick-up trucks at nearly $39,000 each at state contract price.
Kemper County High School career and technical education students recently collected various foods and canned goods for a Thanksgiving food drive, which provided seven local families in need with a full traditional meal during the holiday.
The old buildings standing guard at the eastern entrance to downtown Scooba have long been an eyesore and something that Mayor Craig Nave has worked hard to rectify.
The East Mississippi Electric Power Association expected to have electricity restored to most of its Kemper County customers by Wednesday.
The Kemper County board of supervisors are considering purchasing the old Super Dollar building located across the street from the courthouse in DeKalb.
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