The Kemper County School District has reached an agreement with East Mississippi Community College to launch an “Early College High School” pilot program for eligible stu- dents within the district.
The Kemper Academy Rams fought hard in their long road trip to Ben’s Ford, in Bogalusa, Louisiana. The Rams lost 50-36 after coming back from down four touch- downs.
Outdoors enthusiasts will soon have a little some- thing extra to look forward to each month in the Kem- per County Messenger as the newspaper debuts its outdoors page be- ginning with the Oct. 28 edition.
Community First KC and Red & Son's Detail presents the 3rd Annual Fall Festival, Oct 23 at 2pm-5pm lo- cated at the Keys and McRae Park (across from the Post Office) in DeKalb. MASK REQUIRED, vendors welcome, truck or treat, and lots of fun for kids. HERITAGE DAY
Leslie Henderson, 45, 10877 Hwy 397 Preston, MS, Charge: Hold for Court
Legislators will be redrawing Mississippi’s four U.S. House seats and 174 state legislative seats as the state is undergoing some significant changes to its population.
Following the success of its tutorial program over the summer, the Kemper County School Board approved an after school tutorial program to begin at Kemper County Upper Elemen- tary School beginning Monday.
Past experience paid off for Kemper County Deputy Michael Mattox last Wednesday, helping him rescue a woman from a house fire she was later charged with setting.
Wow! The response to last week’s edition of the Kemper County Messenger has been overwhelming.
An early morning explosion rattled through the Liberty community in southwest Kemper County at approximately 7:45 on Saturday as demolition crews imploded some no-longer used steel structures at Mississippi Power Company’s Plant Ratcliffe site located on Hwy 493.
County engineer Terrell Temple told the Kemper County Board of Supervisors something they already new all to well during Monday morning’s work session of the board.
The Chairman of the Kemper County Election Commission said it appears that there will be enough poll workers to to cover the upcoming special election for the vacant District 32 State Senate seat set for Nov. 2, but stresses there is a need to get more workers certified.
In an effort to strengthen the bond between parents and the Kemper County School District, Kemper County Middle School will be hosting a Parental Involvement Night on Thursday, Oct. 21 at 6 p.m. featuring renowned public speaker Tony T. Yarber.
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