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Revival at the Corinth Baptist Church, 6544 Hwy 495 S, DeKalb, will be held July 26-29 beginning at 7 PM. Speaker will be Rev. Jessie Napp. Everyone is welcome. For more information call 601-581-1966. Pastor Allen Gibson. more
The Mississippi Legislature appropriated $160,000 for the completion of a natural gas pipeline from DeKalb to Scooba. more
SCOOBA – Retired National Football League defensive end Brandon Deaderick and former Southeastern Louisiana University defensive back T’Darryl Grays have been hired as assistant football coaches at East Mississippi Community College, as announced Friday by 13th-year EMCC head football coach Buddy Stephens. more
Kemper County’s numbers of infections from the Coronavirus Pandemic increased by five in the past wee more
Thank you for your continued support of our district as we plan for the 2020-2021 academic year. more
What says “forever Mississippi” to you?  more
I hope you not only staying safe by staying home and wearing mask when you get out in public. more
It is time again for United Way of East Mississippi's annual school supply and uniform drive "Stuff the Bus". This event will take place on July 15 at Pilgrim's Foodliner in DeKalb, MS. The drive will be from 9 A.M. to 3 P.M. more
The Kemper County board of supervisors took the first steps toward preparing the Fiscal Year 2021 budget Monday during their regular meeting. more
Kemper County’s numbers of infections from the Coronavirus Pandemic increased by seven in the past week. more
SCOOBA — Longtime East Mississippi Community College employee Dr. James L. Rush has been named the college’s vice president of instruction. more
Matthew Abraham Brown, 35, 7303 Spring Cypress RD Spring, TX, Charges: Disturbance of Family, Disorderly Conduct, Failure to obey an Officer, Resisting Arrest, Possession of firearm by felon   more
What to do when the hydrangeas stop flowering by July? more
The Fourth of July is a time of good food, family, friends, and fellowship. On these occasions, we all tend to eat too much and not worry about the carbs. Well, this year, make sure you have some low carb options. more
The Kemper County Chamber of Commerce will not be holding the annual July 4th celebration this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We wish everyone a safe and happy July 4th. We pray life will soon return to normal. more
There have been four new cases of the Coronavirus reported in Kemper County since last week more
State Sen. Sampson Jackson II said he never thought he would see the day when the Mississippi Legislature would vote to change the state flag. more
From special reports        year since 2009 when PACES Project began, an Awards Recognition Program has been held for those PACES students at Kemper County who have … more
Kemper County’s unemployment rate for May dropped 2.9 percent points when compared the previous month which saw numbers across the nation spike because of the Coronavirus Pandemic which forced the shutdown of many businesses and industry. more
Kemper County schools maintenance employee Jamie Hatch spreads slag around the grounds at the Upper Kemper County elementary school in DeKalb as the school district gets ready to reopen next month. more
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