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COMMUNITY CALENDAR  APPRECIATION DAY AT ST. LUKE P.B. CHURCH St. Luke P.B. Church in Porterville, MS will be cele­brating Dr. Greg and 1st Lady Shirley Watkins with Appreciation Day on November 28, 2021 at 10 a.m. Please come out and help celebrate this joyous oc­casion. Pastor Patrick Granger will be the guest speaker. more
About one-third of Mis­sissippi kindergarteners demonstrated they were kindergarten ready on a state literacy test this fall, a declining statistic State Superintendent of Education Carey Wright said is “further proof” of the pandemic’s negative impact on students. more
In an effort to recognize the impact teachers have on the lives of their stu­dents, both in school and out, Kemper Academy will be presenting “Making A Difference” awards to two teachers for each nine-week term of the 2021-2022 school year. more
A special senate sub-comittee recently began studying how best to spend $1.8 bil­lion in federal pandemic stimulus funds Missis­sippi is receiving as part of the American Rescue Plan Act. more
Area youth recently took part in 4-H Robot­ics Challenge during 4-H Day at the State Fair in Jackson. more
The Christmas celebration season gets underway Tuesday, Nov. 30 when the Scooba Christmas Parade gets underway at 6 p.m. Kayla Moore will be the Grand Marshall. more
The Kemper County Board of Supervisors have officially sig­naled the beginning of the re­aligning of supervisors districts by contracting with Butler Snow LLP to oversee the process. more
Trenton Steele says he has always known he wanted to live a creative lifestyle, ex­ploring photography and other outlets. more
In conjunction with Veterans Day EMCC held a pair of ceremonies last Tuesday which paid tribute to the nation's military. more
Life has many challenges but falling and breaking a hip is an enormous one. I am showing progress and appreciate some of my Kipling neighbors who have been guest columnists and helping out until I can continue. This week’s column is written by Grace Gibson: more
Representatives of Emilia LLC spoke with members of the Kemper County Board of Supervisors during their regular third-Monday meeting about the possibility of renting storage space form the county. more
The Bizzy B's grand reopening and 10th anniversary was held on Nov/ 6, in downtown DeKalb. In June the store’s roof was damaged by high winds. more
For the fourth consecutive year DeKalb Mayor Clark Adams is sponsoring a free Thanksgiving meal for local citizens. more
The Looking Back feature has returned to the Kemper County Messenger. Every week we will take a quick look at stories of interest from back issues of the newspaper. more
When he took over as superintendent of Kemper County Schools in January of 2020, Hilute Hudson had a list of things the felt needed to be addressed. more
The second edition of the Kemper County Messenger’s outdoors page, sponsored by Latimer’s Grocery, is set to run in next week’s edition of the paper. more
The Kemper Academy shooting team is getting ready to take part in the Winter Qualifier on Dec. 4 at Turcotte Shooting Facility in Jackson. Earlier this year the six-member varsity team and nine-member junior varsity team competed at McIvor Shooting Facility in Sardis. more
Eligible Kemper County voters who would like to vote absentee are able to do so in person through this Saturday at noon at the circuit clerk’s office in the Kemper County Courthouse. Mail absentee votes must be postmarked by Nov. 23, which is Election Day. more
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