Due to Covid concerns, The Kemper Women’s Civic League will not meet until March or until further notice.
Continuing with using our air fryer, we move to lunch ideas. Using it cuts down on your cooking time, the heat in the kitchen, and the use of fats. Just remember to plan and use moderation when we decide on our next menu.
The Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program (Partners Program), which was established in 1987, is the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s (USFWS) primary mechanism for conservation delivery on private lands. The program aids landowners interested in improving fish and wildlife habitats on their properties.
Parker Kilpatrick of Preston woke up to a couple inches of snow on Monday as much of Central Mississippi was inundated with snowfall that began on Sunday night.
SCOOBA — Primarily comprised of home-and-home series with intra-divisional opponents, East Mississippi Community College’s 2021 men’s and women’s basketball schedules have been announced.
The Kemper Academy basketball teams will try to get their season restarted as the COVID-19 pandemic has kept them sidelined for much of the past two months.
SCOOBA — Eight former East Mississippi Community College football players signed with four-year universities during lastWednesday’s first day of the NCAA’s early signing period.
The adage that “hindsight is 2020” is usually pretty apropos; but, looking back, how about changing it to “let’s put 2020 in hindsight” and say g’bye to a weird year?
The number of cases of COVID-19 in Kemper County has continued to increase, according to statistics provided by the Mississippi Department of Health website.
JACKSON – With so many people looking forward to beginning a new year, firework celebrations are sure to be plentiful.
Kemper County’s unemployment rate in November dropped to 8.0 percent, down a percent point from the previous month according to numbers from the Mississippi Employment Security Commission.
Kemper County superintendent of schools Hilute Hudson has announced changes to the district’s schedule for the remainder of the 2020-2021 year,
Junior Master Wellness Volunteer Training Recruitment going on now through January 4th, 2021
We are thankful to move out of 2020. It has been a rough year. Let's start out on a positive note by eating our greens, black eyed peas, and ham. Then start eating foods that promote health.
“For to us a child is born, to us a son is given,” are words that are infinitely sublime. Who can speak adequately of them?
Might not be any snow, but with a pair of loppers and shears we can transform winter gardens into lollipops and gumdrops. But a word to the thin-skinned: If you go crazy with creative trimming, you’ll get trash-talked.
Let Christmas continue for months.
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