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The Kemper County Sheriff’s department is hoping the arrest of a Kemper County man will help slow down calls they have been receiving from DeKalb residents about four-wheelers running through the streets of the town. more
The newest addition to the fleet at the Preston Volunteer Fire Department is just what the doctor ordered. more
After a month-long investigation by the Kemper County Sheriff’s Department, Kemper County High School head football coach and director of athletics Charles Rashaun Westerfield was arrested on sexual battery charges on Wednesday, Nov. 10. more
There is some debate among local political pundits as to what kind of voter turnout there will be for Tuesday’s special election run-off for the District 32 seat in the Mississippi State Senate. more
Voters in Kemper County, as well as those in parts of Winston, Noxubee, and Lauderdale counties will go to the polls this Tuesday to elect the next Mississippi State Senator from District 32. more
The month of October has slipped away from us, but the John C. Stennis Career and Tech­nical Center (CTE) has been very busy accomplishing great things during the month of October. more
MAGNOLIA, Ark. — East Mississippi Commu­nity College’s rodeo teams placed second in women’s competition and fifth in men’s action this past weekend at Southern Arkansas Uni­versity’s Annual Intercol­legiate Rodeo. more
During a Kemper Forestry Meeting in 2017, several people at our table mentioned these were the best hush puppies they have ever had. After the meeting, while cleaning up the kitchen, I asked Ruby (Rankin) if she had made the hush puppies. more
As Americans, we often struggle with what it means to be American. Being an American means cookouts, fireworks, democracy, and freedom. more
NATIONAL HEAD START AWARENESS MONTH DeKalb HS-EHS Center welcomes its parents and chil­dren to the 2021-2022 school year! Many preparations have taken place to ensure that our children experience an exciting and safe educational setting. For more infor­mation, please contact DeKalb HS-EHS Center at 601-743-2607. 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
SCOOBA — Braden Smith and other mem­bers of Boy Scouts of America Troop 70 in Meridian upgraded the meditation garden adja­cent to the Chapel in the Pines on East Mississippi Community College’s Scooba campus. more
In Kelly Heath’s class at Kemper County Lower Elementary School stu­dents have enjoyed learning about the sea­son Autumn, more com­monly known as Fall to southerners. more
The public’s response to the Kemper Messenger’s new look and re-ener­gized mission has most certainly caused us a boatload of prob­lems, and we are thankful. more
There was a time when New Jersey native Betty Ann Casey struggled to navigate the culture of the Deep South. more
Dominance in their home counties pushed Noxubee County’s Rod Hickman and Lauderdale County’s Minh Duong into the Nov. 23 run-off elec­tion for the District 32 seat in the Mississippi State Senate. more
Kemper Academy has announced its students of the month for October. more
The stars were definitely out in downtown Scooba on Saturday night, ranging from Mickey Mouse, to Sonic the Hedgehog, to Chucky, to the Mad Hatter, and more ninjas that could be counted. more
Kemper County’s September unemployment rate dropped 1.7 percent when compared to the previous month, according to fig­ures from the Mississippi Depart­ment of Employment Security figures. more
East Mississippi Com­munity College has been named to the Aspen In­stitute College Excel­lence Program’s list of Top 150 Community Col­leges in the Nation for the fifth time since 2015. more
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