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Since its beginning in 1970, one of Kemper Academy’s top rivals was Central Academy in Macon, also known statewide as Macon Central. more
Works by East Mississippi Community College art instructor Cynthia Buob have been selected for inclusion in a curated art exhibit and two juried art exhibits. more
Voters living in the Kemper County School District approved a 20-year, $12 million bond last Thursday. more
The number of COVID-19 cases reported in Kemper County by the Mississippi Department of Health jumped by 63 in the past week. more
Kemper County Homemaker Volunteers recently hosted their annual Arts and Craft Fair at the Kemper County courthouse. more
Is your child nervous about going to school? Although starting school can be exciting, it can also be a little frightening for young children. So, what can you do to ease your child’s fear of starting school? more
With school starting up, we need tips for time savers in our meal preparation so we'll have time to help with homework, sports or band practices, and all the other things that come with the busy life of a family with school age children. more
Come take a look at all the unique, handmade items created by local crafters during our MHV/4-H Arts and Crafts Show on Friday, August 6th from 10 a.m. until 12 noon, on the courthouse square in DeKalb. more
Polls will remain open until 7 p.m. Thursday for the special school bond election issue. more
East Mississippi Community College is working to establish the EMCC Center for Teaching and Learning, which will provide in-house professional development opportunities for the college’s faculty and staff and limited training to students. more
The Kemper County football Wildcats are looking to take a trip to Jackson in December if everything works out right. more
Local youth recently participated in a summer Lego camp hosted by Kemper County Extension.  more
Mississippi is experiencing high levels of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations due to the delta variant. The delta variant is much more contagious, and spreads twice as easily compared to other strains. Outbreaks have been identified in youth camps, faith-based gatherings, funerals and social events. more
Summer is wrapping up. Be sure to harvest and save your garden produce so you will have the advantage of homegrown foods through the year. 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
The term “box turtle” can refer to either the Asian box turtle or to the North American box turtle. Box turtles are characterized by their domed shell which is hinged at the bottom. … more
Beginning Aug. 1, MDWFP will accept draw permit applications for deer, rabbit, and early season teal hunts on Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs). more
Kemper County voters will go to the polls Thursday, August 5, to decide on a $12 million bond issue for a new upper elementary school. more
Registration is ongoing now for fall classes at all campuses of East Mississippi Community College. Workforce classes begin throughout the year and Fall 2021 semester classes are set to begin Monday, Aug. 16. more
School is getting ready to start again. That means that it is time to shop for school supplies and school clothes. School shopping really hit your wallet hard if you don’t plan correctly. The following are some tricks for smart shoppers who want to save money while shopping for back-to-school items. more
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