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JACKSON – With so many people looking forward to beginning a new year, firework celebrations are sure to be plentiful. more
The number of cases of COVID-19 in Kemper County has continued to increase, according to statistics provided by the Mississippi Department of Health website. more
Compiled by Denise Swogetinsky   Kemper Messenger       Christmas time is so wonderful!   It may be a little different this year necause of the … more
Joyce R. Grace of DeKalb retired after 40 years of employment. After graduating from West Kemper High School in 1976, I moved to California where I continued my education. more
Due to COVID-19 and Governor Reeves adding Kemper County on December 1, 2020 to the mask mandate list that requires residents to wear masks in certain circumstances, entrance to the Kemper County more
The Kemper County board of supervisors voted to allow the Mississippi Health Department to use the county park in DeKalb as an observation area for people after they receive the COVID-19 vaccination. more
Kemper Academy elementary students held a Christmas program last week. more
Christmas time during the COVID-19 will be different and the Mississippi Department of Health is reminding residents to limit travel and avoid large gatherings, more
The College football regular season will close this weekend and bowl season begins also on Saturday night. Ten conference championship games will be decided, with three on Friday night and seven more on Saturday. more
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, and guidelines and recommendations issued by the CDC, the 2020 Annual Dinner sponsored by the Kemper County Economic Development Authority and the Kemper County Chamber of Commerce  has been cancelled. more
On various campuses throughout Kemper County School District, seven classified employees participated in the district’s initiative to become certified teachers.   more
The number of cases of COVID-19 in Kemper County has continued to increase, according to statistics provided by the Mississippi Department of Health website.  more
Kemper County superintendent of schools Hilute Hudson has announced changes to the district’s schedule for the remainder of the 2020-2021 year,  more
SCOOBA — Construction is wrapping up on a new 147-bed, three-story residence hall on East Mississippi Community College’s Scooba campus and the facility’s inaugural group of students will move in this January.  more
With the passing of each year, there appears to be an increasing number of deer carcasses appearing on roadsides and in streams or rivers. These dumping practices are not only illegal, but unsightly and unhealthy. more
Wish I had taken my own sage advice last week, to bring frost-tender plants indoors before it was too late.  more
Let's continue with our holiday battle of wanting all the sweets and not wanting all the carbs. more
Due to COVID-19 and Governor Reeves adding Kemper County on December 1, 2020 to the mask mandate list that requires residents to wear masks in certain circumstances more
The number of cases of COVID-19 in Kemper County has increased by 77 in the past week, according to statistic provided by the Mississippi Department of Health website. more
A massive fire at the Kemper County coal plant caused major damage last Wednesday morning. more
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