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STARKVILLE —A $2.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy will benefit Mississippi State researchers in the university’s Forest and Wildlife Research Center studying the economic and ecological benefits of growing trees for biofuel production. more
SCOOBA — Amory resident Michael Pickle enjoys traveling and being outdoors. He wants a career that fits his interests. more
If you stop by the extension office or call in, you may notice a new person.   more
A little bit of this, a little bit of that… I just finished a new garden bed that is a nostalgic nod to my part-time home in northern England and the countless cottage gardens nearby which, because of the ‘rona pandemic, are far, far away right now. more
The snapshot of the church we have in this passage is one of joy and bliss. Many things in our culture have diminished commitment to the church. Luke’s account of the church reminds us of the inestimable value of belonging to Christ’s church and that the source of God’s blessing is in the church. more
What is Thanksgiving without dessert? more
MURRAY, Ky. - East Mississippi Community College’s rodeo teams closed out the fall portion of their 2020-21 NIRA Ozark Region schedule by claiming third-place finishes in men’s and women’s competition at the 45th annual Racer Roundup Rodeo hosted by Murray State University this past weekend.  more
Please come out and help us celebrate Dr. Greg and Shirley Watkins 31st Anniversary at the St. Luke P.B. Church in Porterville, Miss. Drive by service will begin at 8 A.M. on November 22. Please come and help make this a joyous occasion. Any question, please call 601-527-1258  more
Concerns about the growing threat of the COVID-19 pandemic were very much on the minds of the Kemper County board of supervisors during their Tuesday meeting. more
The safety and welfare of our students, staff, families and community are our top priorities at Kemper County School District (KCSD). more
JACKSON – Unattended cooking has caused six fire deaths so far this year statewide. That’s up slightly from four cooking fire related deaths in 2019. However, the numbers are down from 12 cooking fire related deaths in 2018. more
Terry Bostick was sworn in Tuesday as coroner of Kemper County, a position he has held for more than eight years. more
Fall is here. Thanksgiving is just around the corner. We need to start planning now, to make sure we get in some low carb options for our holiday meal. more
11-4   Lamar Scott, 44, 2844 14th Pl Meridian, MS, Charges: Contempt of Court    11-6   James McEelroy, 65, 19 Joy Drive Hattiesburg, MS, Charges: Felonious … more
On Monday, November 2, 2020 the Kemper County Board of Supervisors awarded a construction contract for replacement of two bridges on the Neelytown Road.  The contract was awarded to T.L. Wallace Construction, Incorporated at a bid price of slightly over $1.4 million. more
Voters in Kemper County left no doubt where they stood after the ballots were counted Tuesday night. more
My garden is sprouting a pop-up bonanza of sorts, with cool, wet weather coaxing surprise toadstools and puffballs from underneath my feet.  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
The Kemper County board of supervisors approved two holidays for the month of November during their Monday meeting. more
Mississippi’s unemployment numbers have begun to return to pre-COVID-19 rates, according to numbers from the Mississippi Employment Security Commission. more
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