Carly Blake

Carly Blake

Multimedia Journalist

Moselle, MS

Carly is a native of Philadelphia, MS. She is a proud graduate of Neshoba Central High School. During football season, you can catch her cheering on the Rockets.

She received an associate’s degree in broadcasting communication from Meridian Community College and is currently enrolled at Mississippi State University, where she is working toward her bachelor’s degree.

While in college at MCC, she began working part-time as a production assistant for WTOK-TV in Meridian. After a short time, she was promoted to full-time weekend reporter for the station.

When she’s not working or in class, Carly enjoys spending time with family and friends and traveling to new places. Carly also likes binge watching shows on Netflix.

Recent Articles by Carly

  Lamar Co. circuit clerk excited about absentee voting turnout

  ‘Great American Duck Derby’ set for Saturday morning

  ReSkill MS helping Mississippians get job skills training through CARES ACT funds

  Lamar Co. School Board to have two new board members come November

  Lamar County expected to approve 2021 budget this week

  Jones County Sheriff’s Dept. delivers supplies to hurricane victims

  Lamar Co. sets ’Right Way to Throw Away Day’ for October

  Mississippi Arts and Entertainment Experience inducts 5 into Hall of Fame

  Lamar County to repave eight roads in Lumberton community

  Habitat for Humanity kicks off ‘Change for Change’ campaign

  Lamar County School District preps for football season

  Temple Baptist Church sends crews to help hurricane victims

  New Lamar Co. superintendent excited for future of school district

  Tess Smith discusses decision to resign as Lamar County superintendent

  Sen. Wicker receives Public Service doctorate from WCU

  Day care employee charged with simple assault, child abuse

  MDOT develops app to help keep drivers informed of traffic updates

  Pine Belt residents prep for possible storms

  Parents react to East Jasper School District canceling fall sports

  Public Service Commission creates Connect Mississippi Committee

  Sunbelt Credit Union cuts ribbon on Hattiesburg branch

  Human trafficking awareness group speaks on trending hashtag

Lamar Co. receives $300K from Legislature for fire training facility

  All Lamar Co. School District schools back in session

  United Way to hold ‘Week of Caring’ fundraiser next week

  Pine Belt law enforcement officers graduate from CIT program

  Hub City Transit to use new grant funds for accessibility improvements

  Laurel animal shelter trying to recover from COVID-19 impact

  Pay up for Pets fundraiser benefits area animal shelters

  Sacred Heart students in upper grades learning virtually until Aug. 17