Category: Editorial

Full Webster Progress Times Electronic Version 03/29/2017

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Editorial Roundup

Arts spending vs. defense President Trump probably won’t get his way on this, but he is right to ask the question of whether the federal government ought to spend $740 million a year on arts programs. Trump’s budget, unveiled last…

Full Webster Progress Times Electronic Version 03/22/2017

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Full Webster Progress Times Electronic Version 03/15/2017

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Full Webster Progress Times Electronic Version 03/01/2017

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Editorial Roundup

Let the feds pay for Kemper The Kemper power plant cost has now topped $7 billion. It has yet to produce electricity from lignite. If that day comes, there’s no way it will be cost effective. Even if the cost…

Editorial roundup

Another delay at Kemper plant Another delay, another $25 million. That’s the recurring story with the “clean coal” power plant in Kemper County, which has been plagued by missed deadlines and cost overruns from the start. The plant’s owner, Mississippi…

Letter to the editor

November National Home Care & Hospice Month November is National Home Care & Hospice Month, a time to recognize the many professionals who bring care and compassion to patients in their places of residence. At Gentiva Home Health, we are…

Grants will help community in many ways

By Dan Burchfield Mayor of Eupora Last week I mentioned that our city has received seven grants in the last couple of months. Never in my 20 years of service as alderman and mayor have we gotten and had to…

My View ‘From My Window’

By Helen Neal Smith “Oh hushed October morning mild, Begin the hours of the day slow. Make the day seem to us less brief, Hearts not adverse to being beguiled.” — “October” by Robert Frost (Oct. 1) This poem has…