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

  Retired Staff Sgt. awarded Purple Heart

  Marion County residents express concerns about Columbia annexation

  Lt. Gov. Hosemann picks area educators for Administrator Advisory Council

  Hundreds attend watch party for season 4 of HGTV’s Home Town

  Marion County NAACP chapter celebrates Martin Luther King Jr.

  Martin Luther King Jr. Day events around the Pine Belt

  Hattiesburg Fire Department receives Georgia-Pacific grant

  Lamar County official shares 2020 outlook

  Say Something Assembly speaks at Columbia schools

  SCAR prepping animals for severe weather

  Vigil held to honor late Hattiesburg youth sports coach

  Board member gives insight on Mississippi Lottery Corporation

  Hattiesburg Parks and Rec teaches self defense at ‘adulting 101’ class

  Lamar County swears in newly elected public officials

  Sumrall Sportsplex in rebuild after Dec. tornado

  State Rep. Jansen Owen hosts town hall meeting in Lumberton

  City of Laurel set to kick off New Year with pinecone drop

  Staying safe while shooting fireworks for New Year celebrations

  Laurel family trying to recover from tornado

  Law enforcement shares ways to keep home safe during holidays

  Bok Homa Casino celebrates 9th anniversary

  Johnson Controls breaks ground on expansion site

  New Augusta holds annual Luminary Walk Through

  Eureka School Museum project moves into next phase

  South Central Regional Medical Centers cuts ribbon on new ER facility

  Miss. Board of Education gets community feedback for Perkins V State Plan

  Hattiesburg Fire Department raises almost $2,500 for family

  Lights of the Wild kicks off at Hattiesburg Zoo

  Christmas festivities held around the Pine Belt

Columbia Law Enforcement Training Academy has Advance SWAT training course