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SCOOBA – Clois Cheatham was a fixture at East Mississippi Community College through portions of four decades. Now, a permanent fixture recognizing Cheatham’s impact will be seen by EMCC students for decades to come more
One thing we often have problems with is keeping a variety in our diet. We get bored with the same thing over and over. Well, we can spice up our diet and keep with our healthy lifestyle with planning and moderation. more
The family of a popular instructor who oversaw the Surgical Technology program at East Mississippi Community College has established a scholarship in her memory that will be awarded annually to a student in the program. more
While National Arbor Day is held on the last Friday in April, Mississippi, similar to several other states, observes the holiday at a time best suited to its growing season. more
Due to Covid concerns, The Kemper Women’s Civic League will not meet until  March or until further notice. more
There will be two contested races in the town of DeKalb’s upcoming Municipal Elections on June 8. more
Kemper County’s unemployment rate continues to drop slightly as December 2020’s rate fell to 7.6 percent, down .2 of a point from the previous month according to numbers from the Mississippi Employment Security Commission. more
The Smithsonian Institution's Museum on Main Street traveling exhibition titled "Crossroads: Change in Rural America" is now on display at EMCC's Tubb-May Library on our Scooba campus. more
The number of cases of COVID-19 in Kemper County has increased by 21 this past week, according to statistics provided by the Mississippi Department of Health website. more
We're coming up on time to start our gardens. more
 SCOOBA — The Smithsonian Institution’s Museum on Main Street traveling exhibition titled “Crossroads: Change in Rural America” will be on display at the Tubb-May Library on East Mississippi Community College’s Scooba campus Feb. 8 to March 12. more
Established in 1994, National Bird Feeding Month brings attention to the plight of our wild birds. Since February is typically one of the harshest months of the year, there couldn’t be a better time to help birds survive the elements. more
Due to Covid concerns, The Kemper Women’s Civic League will not meet until  March or until further notice. more
The Kemper County board of supervisors took care of routine business during Monday’s meeting. more
Dekalb Mayor Clark Adams is being challenged by former mayor Homer Hall in the upcoming municipal elections. more
 The number of cases of COVID-19 in Kemper County has increased by 30 this past week, according to statistics provided by the Mississippi Department of Health website. more
By James L. Cummins Special to The Messenger Often seen soaring high above or perched in some lofty and conspicuous place, the red‑shouldered hawk (Buteo lineatus) is one of the most common … more
One of the neatest things about our air fryers is the versatility of it. You can grill, air fry, bake, roast, and broil. You can cook just about anything in it. more
Due to Covid concerns, The Kemper Women’s Civic League will not meet until  March or until further notice. more
The Kemper County board of supervisors approved two public vaccination facilities during their meeting last Tuesday. more
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