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Energy conservation is the practice of decreasing the quantity of energy used. more
Many of us will be home enjoying time with our friends and family.  It's the last big get together before school really rolls and takes over our schedules. Many will want to barbecue. The grill will fill the air with irresistible aromas. more
Quadarious Brown, 22, 739 Main St De Kalb, MS, Charge: Domestic Violence- Simple Assault    more
SCOOBA – Director of Bands Chris King was so excited about the prospect of Ben Neal joining him here at East Mississippi Community College, he reached out for an official interview on Neal’s honeymoon. more
The Workforce and Community Services division at East Mississippi Community College has been awarded a $200,000 grant to provide training to area workers through the Mississippi Apprenticeship Program, or MAP, a state apprenticeship program supported by the U.S. Department of Labor. more
Editor’s note: The Kemper County Messenger publishes the Community Calendar weekly in this space. It covers events, announcements and happenings in Kemper County. We welcome your news and … more
What was Category 4 Hurricane Ida passed over Kemper County Monday night dumping rain but leaving minor damage. more
Kemper County’s July 2021 unemployment rate of 9.4% dropped when compared to the previous month rate of 10.8%,  according to the Mississippi Department of Employment Security. more
State health officials continue to urge Mississippians to get vaccinated for COVID-19. more
The Kemper Academy Rams rebounded from their season opening loss to roll over Discovery Christian School 52-12 in eight-man football action. more
The Kemper County Wildcats opened their 2021 football season with a 47-20 victory over Leake Central Friday night on the East Mississippi Community College campus in Scooba. more
SCOOBA  — East Mississippi Community College has joined the 2021 cohort of Achieving the Dream (ATD), a network of more than 300 colleges in 45 states and the District of Columbia dedicated to improving student success. more
Am I the only one whose lavender is still alive after three years, in a climate known for being mean towards all things Mediterranean?  more
I don't know about you, but I love chips. I could eat a huge bag in one sitting. They are so depressing when you read the nutrition section on the bags more
If you would like to make a donation to the Cherry Cemetery Maintenance Fund, please send your donation to Mary Jane Nelson, P.O. Box 33, DeKalb, MS 39328. Your contribution would be greatly appreciated. more
The Kemper Academy Rams will host Porters Chapel of Vicksburg in their season opener Friday night. On Saturday, the Kemper High School Wildcats will take on Shannon High School in the Louisville Jamboree. The teams start play at 2 p.m. more
SCOOBA – Fans will have their first opportunity to check out the 2021 edition of the East Mississippi Community College Lions football team during next Wednesday’s (Aug. 25) scheduled "Meet the Lions" event on the Scooba campus. more
The number of COVID-19 cases reported in Kemper County by the Mississippi Department of Health increased by 66 in the past week. more
The American purple gallinule belongs to the rail family of birds and is often referred to as the “swamp hen.” more
WKHS Class of 1973 will unveil and dedicate a hand painted portrait of Mr. E.F. Stewart, Sr. to be displayed on the walls of KCHS. more
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