Category: News

‘His Last Days’

GWEN SISSON The Rev. Matt Tucker, pastor of Bellefontaine United Methodist Church and Lebanon UMC, both in Webster County, performs the role of Jesus in “His Last Days:

East Webster winning streak reaches double digits

By Austin Bishop Webster Progress Times The East Webster baseball team picked up a pair of convincing region wins last week to improve to 12-5 overall and extend its winning streak to 10 games.

Mathiston firefighters survive 1-vehicle crash

From Press and Staff Reports Two Mathiston volunteer firefighters were injured in a one-vehicle accident last week while responding to a call. The accident occurred around 9 p.m. March 30 when the Mathiston Fire Department was responding to a brush…

Lenten Lunch

PEPPER SISSON The Rev. Bryan Carrubba (former pastor at Bellefontaine UMC

National Guard NCO addresses Rotary

By Russell Hood The Webster Progress-Times Staff Sgt. Ivan Harrell of the Mississippi Army National Guard was guest speaker at the March 29 meeting of the Eupora Rotary Club. Harrell is readiness NCO for Eupora’s Detachment 1, G Company, 106th…

Lady Wolverines improve to 11-0 with two wins

By Austin Bishop Webster Progress Times The East Webster fast-pitch softball team looks to remain undefeated as it plays three more games this week. The Lady Wolverines opened the week with an 11-1 win over Bruce on Monday to go…

911 Calls – 04/06/2016

March 28 9:31 a.m., medical, East Walnut Avenue; EMS responds. 11:10 a.m., mutual aid lift assist, LaGrange Road; Eupora FD responds. 11:28 a.m., medical, Westwood Drive; EMS responds.

Vaughan’s Vocabulary – 04/06/2016

Don Vaughan provides infrequently used words to strengthen your vocabulary. Try my table technique for learning advanced words that you want in your vocabulary. In Microsoft Word click Table, then Insert Table. You’ll need four columns and 21 rows to…

Corrections – 04/06/2016

Corrections The Eupora Elementary School teachers in the March 30 “PREPS Award” photo (Page 13A) were named in an incorrect order. They were, from left, Rachel Gray, Holley Crowell and Robin Hunter.