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Let's continue discussing ways to use your pressure cooker (Instapot) and different recipes. This time saving device will make our cooking life easier and give us more time to enjoy the summertime. 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
Gov. Tate Reeves has set special elections in November to fill Sampson Jackson’s term as in the state Senate. more
The Mississippi Department of Health is releasing updated Public Health Guidance for the Prevention and Control of COVID-19 in Mississippi K-12 settings for the 2021-2022 school year – consistent with CDC guidelines. more
Kemper County voters will go to the polls Thursday, August 5, to decide whether to approve a $12 million dollar bond issue for a new upper elementary school building. more
Education is an essential component of the high school curriculum. more
The Southern region of the United States is known for its strong family values, traditions, and distinct culture. This region is called the South or Dixie more
Some people rescue wandering puppies or kittens; I rescue worms from sidewalks, and neglected plants. With permission. more
For the next few weeks, we are exploring uses for some of our appliances that are available and how they help us get out of the kitchen while still eating healthy. more
JACKSON — East Mississippi Community College has earned the MACCC’s 2020-21 All-Academic Softball Team of the Year honor by posting a conference-best 3.86 team grade point average during this past academic year. more
Since 1985, America has celebrated July as National Park and Recreation Month, celebrating unbridled outdoor recreation and encouraging everyone to explore their local recreational facilities and parks in honor of summer and the beauty of nature. 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 annual ‘Stuff the Bus’ campaign is scheduled for Wednesday, July 21, and again will be held at Pilgrim’s Foodliner Grocery Store in DeKalb. more
The infection numbers and deaths from the COVID-19 Pandemic have gone down in recent months but the dread disease has not gone away. more
The Kemper County board of supervisors voted last Tuesday to reopen Kemper County Park in DeKalb which was closed during the COVID-19 Pandemic.  more
The Kemper County School District unveiled its plans for a new upper elementary school building during a public meeting last Thursday night at the John C. Stennis Vocational Center. more
For the next few weeks, we'll explore some of our appliances that are available now to help get us out of the kitchen and still live healthy. 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 comments. If you would like to have something placed in the Kemper Messenger, contact the office at 601-743-5760 during business hours; or mail it to Kemper Messenger, P.O. 546, DeKalb, MS, 39328. The Messenger’s writer, Steve Swogetinsky, may be reached at 601-776-6102. more
A funny thing happened on my way to retirement: I bought a newspaper. more
We are going to leave our study in the book of Acts this week to look at this psalm. This is a psalm of ascents, which means it was likely sung by Israelites as they neared Jerusalem on their way up to worship the Lord at an annual feast, such as Passover. more
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