Month: March 2014

‘Gifts of Love’ event set for March 11

By Gwen Sisson Sometimes, a warm blanket or a stuffed animal can make all the difference to someone in need. According to the Mississippi Kids Count data for

EES Students of the Month

These Eupora Elementary School students were chosen by their teachers as February Students of the Month based on

Taking it easy

Derrick Varnado of Eupora tries out different lures at Whites Creek Lake. Varnado said he

Friends of Library hosting author of ‘Duress’

From Press Reports Claire Spradling will be speaking and signing her book “Duress” at the March 10 meeting of the Friends of the Webster County Public Library. Luncheon with Books begins

The whole range of human knowledge

By Marica Bernstein Books Bygone Imagine a blustery day in March. The threat of tornadoes has passed but the power was knocked out. The nice folks at Natchez Trace Electric Power Association can’t honestly tell when the lights will come…

Time capsules

Compiled by Laura Lucius from WPT files 75 Years Ago: March 9, 1939 Have You Ever Seen a Groundhog? One would think that with all the

Wolverines set to host East Webster Baseball Tournament

By Austin Bishop The Webster Progress-Times Veteran East Webster High School head baseball coach Wes Johnson is pleased overall with the 2-1 start his Wolverines have gotten off to this season. East Webster defeated

East Webster bowlers fare well in state event

By Austin Bishop The Webster Progress-Time The East Webster boys finished fourth and the girls eighth in the recently held MHSAA Class I Bowling Championships. The East Webster boys knocked down