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Christmas and “New Year’s” seem to come more rapidly as one gets older. The year 2021 has been a year of challenges and thankfulness. I wish all of you a wonderful Christmas and the best in 2022. more
The call of the outdoors beckons millions of people each year. While hunting, camping, hiking, and other outdoor activities are enjoy- able, too many people em- bark on these adventures unprepared for potentially dangerous situations.  more
Christmas is almost here, and the magical of the sea- son can be felt everywhere. Black Friday sales started earlier, and Cyber Monday stretched into a Cyber Week. more
A community newspaper needs to be about, well, the community. And that would be you. more
One of the most watched issues by Mississippians when the Legislature con­venes on Jan. 4 will be Gov. Tate Reeves’ proposal to eliminate the personal in­come tax. more
In the midst of extreme busyness, we suddenly find ourselves in the midst of Thanksgiving and the holiday season. more
With high school sports being scarce over the Thanksgiving Break, I figured I would use this time to introduce myself to the people of Kemper County. more
If you are looking for an article on the run-off elec­tion for the District 32 spot in the Mississippi State Senate you can check out our Facebook page. We have posted a story there. more
There is some debate among local political pundits as to what kind of voter turnout there will be for Tuesday’s special election run-off for the District 32 seat in the Mississippi State Senate. more
Kemper County recently hosted its annual Heritage Day. The festival spot­lighted several historical ar­tifacts from our town’s history. more
The scripture says that blind Bartimaeus sat by the road begging.When Barti­maeus heard that Jesus was coming, he cried out to Jesus. I don’t know if you have heard this, are aware of this or have been taught this but… Jesus is coming! more
As Americans, we often struggle with what it means to be American. Being an American means cookouts, fireworks, democracy, and freedom. more
A little-known education board that oversees college financial aid in Mississippi has recently proposed a drastic overhaul of the state’s existing programs. more
Over two centuries ago, during the winter of 1811-1812 a series of earthquakes occurred in what was then the country’s western frontier. more
Many residents of the hills and mountains (of Tennessee and Kentucky) have formed close at­tachments to their canine friends. more
(Mark 16:14-20) “Later, He appeared to the eleven as they sat at the table; and He rebuked their unbelief and hardness of heart, because they did not believe those who had seen Him after He had risejavascript:window.close();n. more
I believe that unless a person has lived in the grip of an addiction or witnessed it in a family member or close friend, it will be very hard for them to appreciate the gift of true freedom in one’s life. more
While the last seven days have been more than just a little over­whelming for me person­ally, they have also caused me to have hope for the fu­ture of Kemper County. more
The speaker was amazing. The guest speaker was really fun and funny and really made people want to be there. more
Many are the promises we stand on as we walk with God on this incredible journey called life. It is His precious promises that assure us of His protection, preservation, provision, and presence. more
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