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The Kemper County Board of Supervisors extended its ordinance requiring the wearing of masks in county buildings and public places through January 4, 2021. more
 MACON  – The Tennessee Valley Authority is asking for public input on upgrades to its transmission system that involve building up to 34 miles of 161-kilovolt transmission line to meet growing power demand and increase power reliability in the Macon, Scooba, and DeKalb, Mississippi, areas. more
A massive fire at the Kemper County coal plant caused major damage early Wednesday morning. more
Deer management is becoming more important to hunters with each passing hunting season. more
When the effects of the Coronavirus became evident, the 2020 campaign year of Relay for Life had just begun.   more
Must. Get. A. Grip. Little artsy crafts are turning my garden into my grandmother’s. more
The presents, the decorations, the sights, the smells, It's magical. All the memories we have. All the good times we enjoy. We spend the season smelling all kinds of great things. 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 canceled. more
The COVID-19 pandemic has pretty much shut down the community Christmas season in Kemper County. more
Forty-three graduates of East Mississippi Community College’s Associate Degree Nursing and Surgical Technology programs participated in a pinning ceremony. more
Kemper County’s unemployment rate in October stood at 9.2 percent, up .5 percent from the previous month according to numbers from the Mississippi Employment Security Commission. more
Kemper County School District has been on a path of newness. more
Mayor Clark Adams and the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority handed out Thanksgiving lunch plates this past Saturday to some of the senior citizens around DeKalb. more
Although the holiday season may be a little different this year for families, you don’t have to say goodbye to fun and good cheer. more
I barely survived a potent scorpion this week, in my kitchen which is as experimental as my garden.  more
In the midst of the Covid plague, with our lives so altered this year, and the remaining uncertainty, it may seem hollow to think of Thanksgiving. Nevertheless, the Christian calling is to give thanks to God in all circumstances, and to do so because of the substance of God’s very real blessings. 1st Thessalonians 5:18 reads, “Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.”  more
Compiled by Denise Swogetinsky   Kemper Messenger       This week is Steve's and my 43rd anniversary.   I thought I would share some romantic meals … more
People all over the world are dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, which is causing many people to need help with things they’ve never needed help with before. 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
Kemper County had an increase of 46 reported cases of COVID-19 during the past week which ended November 22. more
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