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(NAPSI)—Each day, as people across the country wake up and check their phones, turn on their morning news broadcast, or unfold their local papers, one clear message stares back at them: the COVID-19 pandemic is changing the trajectory of education. more
COVID-19 vaccines may likely go into younger teens’ arms as soon, US Food and Drug Administration officials have reported. more
In 2018, Brendell Allen of Porterville, Mississippi, came to Howard University as a 16-year-old junior with an associate degree from East Mississippi Community College and the determination to succeed in science and medicine. This May, she will be attending graduation virtually, watching from home with family celebrating another degree on her roster. more
East Mississippi Community College held spring 2021 commencement ceremonies for about 600 students Friday, May 7, and Saturday, May 8, at the college’s Golden Triangle and Scooba campuses. more
Got good dirt? Count your blessings, or play as best you can with the hand you’re dealt.  more
Since we covered a Mexican low carb night, let's explore foods from across the ocean. more
The painted bunting (Passerina ciris) is one of the most strikingly patterned of all species of North American birds. The genus name is Latin meaning “sparrow‑like” and the species name comes from a fictional bird in Greek mythology. more
Anyone who has someone buried or is interested in the Center Ridge Cemetery can send their donations to: Barbara Brown, 7246 HWY 39S, DeKalb, MS 39328 more
Kemper County’s unemployment rate went up six-tenths of a point during March according to numbers from the Mississippi Employment Security Commission. more
East Mississippi Community College is offering free face-to-face and online classes during the Maymester, Full Summer, Summer Intensive I and Summer Intensive II terms. more
The number of new COVID-19 infections maybe declining. more
SCOOBA — Instructors on East Mississippi College’s Scooba campus presented their “outstanding” students of the past year with plaques and certificates during the annual Awards Day that took place last Thursday. more
Deputies from the Kemper County sheriff’s department load up a car with groceries during the department’s weekly food giveaway. more
My name is Clark Adams. I am announcing my candidacy for re-election as Mayor of the Town of DeKalb.  more
Rain or shine, a small statue of a hooded man stands sentinel over my garden, reminding me of the billions of gardeners who have shared vegetables, herbs, and flowers with others.  more
This passage teaches us that God’s Word will prevail over all opposition to it. The apostles had been warned previously by the Jewish leaders not to teach in the name of Jesus. Nevertheless, they continued to proclaim the gospel of Christ in the temple, and were doing mighty works (verse 16). more
Let's continue this week thinking of Taco Tuesdays. Some weeks you may try a casserole to mix things up. You can serve this with a taco salad for a satisfying Taco Tuesday meal. more
Decorey Mason, 27, 176 Old Ode Kalb Scooba Rd De Kalb, MS, Charges: Simple Assault  more
Earth Day is a global observance in many countries held each year on April 22. Many cities extend the Earth Day celebration for an entire week, usually starting on April 16th and ending on April 22nd. more
Registration opens March 1 for the newest class of Master Gardeners, who will receive their training online this year. This year, all Master Gardener instruction is online and self-paced. The class begins May 1 and closes June 30. more
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