The holiday season has the power to bring people together and uplift them in spirit. At CTE, our students and faculty wanted to do just that by getting together with each other and those in the community to uplift the spirits of others by giving back for the Christmas holidays.
A buck’s potential for antler development is contained within his genetic material. In other words, his antler potential is determined by the combination of DNA from both his sire and dam. The buck’s environment, or quality of his habitat, and his age affect the physical expression of his genetic potential for antler development.
State college public relations officials are doing their part to encourage students to continue their interest in the area of communication at Mississippi’s two- and four-year colleges with three $1,250 scholarships.
The Looking Back feature has returned to the Kemper County Messenger. Every week we will take a quick look at stories of interest from back issues of the newspaper.
Thomas “Freddy” Thomas grew up dreaming of being a teacher and coach.
During it’s regular Mon- day morning meeting, the Kemper County Board of Supervisors approved an agreement with Tri-State Consulting Services that could make it easier for cit- izens and developers to get answers to land own- ership, description, and tax questions on line.
The Kemper County Lower Elementary PTO and Armistad Law Form were pleased to announce the Fall advanced third grade students in Reading and Math.
East Mississippi Community College has been named a 2021 BankMobile Disbursements ACE (Achieve Campus Efficiency) Award recipient,
PACES Project Coordina- tor, B. Joe Hulin asked the Kemper County Class of 2022 at its’ PACES Pep Rally in mid-October,
Cars and people were lined up and down the main thoroughfares of Scooba last Tuesday night as more than 500 onlook- ers poured into town to enjoy the annual Scooba Christmas Parade.
The Looking Back feature has re- turned to the Kemper County Mes- senger. Every week we will take a quick look at stories of interest from back issues of the newspaper.
The DeKalb Christmas Parade is set to begin at 5 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 9. The annual lighting of the Christmas Tree at Keyes-McRae Park in Downtown DeKalb is scheduled for 5 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 11.
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