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Janice Lee Thompson, 35, 100 Fork Ave De Kalb, MS, Charges: Family Disturbance  more
If you have the desire or interested in becoming a Poll Worker/Manager for the November 2020 Elections contact the Kemper County Circuit Clerk Office at 601-743-2224.  You should be a registered voter and live in the county. more
After successfully welcoming students back to school buildings in August, Kemper County School District on Monday reported zero incidents of COVID-19 for its first nine weeks of in-person classes. more
Kemper Academy's 1971 Homecoming Queen, Ruth Gully Miller, and 2019 Homecoming Queen, Alannah Bozeman, crowning Kemper Academy's 2020 Homecoming Queen, Katlynn Holley. more
Michael Lee Jackson, 43, 9682 Townsend Rd De Kalb, MS, Charges: Disturbance of Family  more
MERIDIAN — The East Mississippi Community College rodeo teams claimed three individual event titles during this past weekend’s UWA College Rodeo Showdown, while earning a second straight third-place men’s team finish and placing fourth in the women’s competition.  The three-day rodeo hosted by the University of West Alabama concluded Saturday night at Meridian’s Lauderdale County Agri-Center. more
If you have the desire or interested in becoming a Poll Worker/Manager for the November 2020 Elections contact the Kemper County Circuit Clerk Office at 601-743-2224.  You should be a registered voter and live in the county. more
Kemper County’s number of infections from the Coronavirus Pandemic increased by four in the past week. more
The Kemper County board of supervisors approved an order adding four roads to the county’s four-year road plan for calendar year 2020. more
 The Kemper County Wildcats celebrate Homecoming this Friday night when they host the Morton Panthers in the first Region 5-3A game for both teams. more
Friday, October 2, 2020 begining at 4:30-5:30 p.m. with a Alumni Reception in the Assembly Hall, followed by 6 p.m Presentation of the Court, and 7 p.m. Kickoff.  more
Now is the time we’re trying to soak up all the sun we can. The days are beginning to get shorter and Tuesday was the first day of fall. more
When someone coughs in public it is no longer perceived as just a bystander with a dry throat, asthma or a smoker choking on a cigarette. A cough in 2020 could mean millions of tiny  more
Multi-County CSA Temporary Office Procedures KEMPER COUNTY more
The Kemper County board of supervisors approved the county’s Fiscal Year 2021 budget during its September 8 meeting. more
Kemper County’s number of infections from the Coronavirus Pandemic increased by five in the past week. more
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