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

  Landrum’s Homestead & Village celebrates 37 years

  Pearl River Valley Electric awards Stone County EDP with Cooperative Competes grant

  8th annual Alpaca Festival set for Saturday

  Richard Schwartz & Associates donates food boxes to Extra Table

  Operation Christmas Child National Collection Week kicks off

  Great American Car and Truck show set for Saturday

  Law firm packs food boxes for Extra Table

  Oak Grove graduate elected Harvard student body president

  10th annual Hattiesburg Half Marathon set for 2021

  Marion County pays tribute to veterans

  COVID-19 leads to changes at Oak Grove Senior and Veteran Center

  Pink Up: Hattiesburg Clinic breast cancer research advances

  Pine Belt Fair kicks off weeklong stay

  Runoff to decide Miss. House District 87 race

  New additions to Hattiesburg Municipal Court sworn in

Arc of Southeast Miss. holds annual Golf Ball Drop

  Lamar County prepares for 2020 election

  Homes of Hope hosts 5th annual Si Robertson Sporting Clay Shoot fundraiser

  Salvation Army looking for Red Kettle Campaign volunteers

  USPS makes on-time absentee ballot delivery top priority

  HPSD honored as Pacesetter for Grade-Level Reading Campaign

  Fair Food Festival happening in Laurel

  Lamar County grades 6-12 transition to hybrid schedule starting Monday

  Jefferson Davis Co. School District set to begin building improvements

  Lamar Co. School District continues investigation into racist comment at school event

  Lamar Co. parents share concerns about K-5 students returning to classroom

  Sumrall High School students to distance learn for 14 days

  Missing Peace Ministries to help human trafficking victims

  Safari Tails provides hands-on animal education to visitors

  Former Lumberton hospital building to become nonprofit benefiting veterans