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Copiah delinquent tax sale online for first time

Delinquent property taxes will be up for bid online for the first time in Copiah County on August 31. Copiah County Tax Collector April Holloway sought and received approval for the process from county supervisors during their regular monthly meeting Monday. The sale will start at 8:30 a.m. and continue until 4:30 p.m. The process…

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Kylee Kemp earns Girl Scout Gold Award

Kylee Kemp, Girl Scout Troop 5012 of Hazlehurst has earned the Girl Scout Gold Award. Earning the Gold Award is a monumental accomplishment and the greatest achievement in Girl Scouting. Kylee’s Gold Award Action Project was entitled “ From Middle School to High School A Scary Ride”. Kylee has joined an elite group of young…

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Camp Kamassa construction cut short due to pandemic

By Tricia Nelson Year three of Camp Kamassa’s multi-year construction began in early March and was scheduled to run until mid-August; however, the government has decided to shut down the project for the year due to the pandemic. The special needs camp near Calling Panther Lake is being built through the Innovative Readiness Training program,…

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Copiah sees increase in COVID-19 cases

Actively take precautions against COVID-19 on a daily basis! • Cover your coughs and sneezes. • Wash your hands often. • Use hand sanitizer. • Practice Social Distancing. • Avoid Close contact. • Clean and disinfect frequently-touched objects and surfaces. • Avoid touching your face. Areas of the country are experiencing an increase in cases…

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Community Drive-Thru Reusable Mask Distribution

Wednesday, July 1, 2020, at Copiah County Medical Center Copiah County Medical Center has partnered with Copiah County Emergency Management Agency officials to provide free reusable masks to anyone who is in need on Wednesday, July 1, 2020, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Individuals wishing to receive a reusable mask during the event can…

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