Month: July 2014

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Pack 30 outing

Local Cub Scouts from Pack 30 take a trip to Bulldog Lanes in Starkville for one of their many outings this summer. The pack is chartered by Woodmen of the World Chapter

‘Window into Webster’ book signing held

By Terry Harpole MATHISTON — At most book signings, you will see the author of a book signing his name to a book he or she has written. However, this was different at a

Collum completes royal slam

From press reports Retired Webster County Conservation Officer James M. “Shorty” Collum completed the Royal Slam of turkey hunting in the mountains of Cuauhtemoc City, Mexico,

Presley gives update, fields questions

By Russell Hood The Webster Progress-Times Brandon Presley gave an update on issues before the Public Service Commission and fielded questions from area residents at the Eupora Community Center on

Bellefontaine post office won’t close

By Gwen Sisson The U.S. Postal Service conducted a town meeting Monday night to discuss the future of the Bellefontaine post office. Jeff Harrell, manager of postal operations,

Education notes

Webster County student attends Governor’s School Approximately 70 scholars attended Mississippi Governor’s School held on the campus of Mississippi University for Women this summer. Katie Martin, who attends East Webster High,

Holmes announces football broadcast network

From School Reports Holmes Community College is pleased to announce a partnership with radio stations WLIN, WYAB and WQXB known as the Holmes Football Radio Network to broadcast the

Time to order seeds for wildlife food plots

By James L. Cummins Special to the Progress Times Whether you are a photographer, a hunter or just like viewing wildlife on a sunny afternoon, anyone who has spent time overlooking a food plot will have a deep