Category: News

6 charged in narcotics investigation

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From Press Reports

An ongoing narcotics investigation by the Webster County Sheriff’s Department has resulted in six arrests since late October.

The department, in partnership with the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics, has been putting together and building multiple narcotics cases … Read more

‘Thankful Together’

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On Nov. 4, 18 children and parents arrived at Webster County Public Library for storytime. The children are always excited to visit with friends, check out books and listen to stories.… Read more

Reading Projects

First Place: Dayton Fondren, Kate Vowell, Cancy Abbott and Shedd Blakely

Third-grade students created a character from a book using a pumpkin for… Read more

Wolverines set for trip to Rolling Fork to face South Delta

Senior Malcomb Jones heads downfield against Walnut during the Wolverines’ 42-8 Class 2A playoff win at home Friday night.

By Austin Bishop
Webster Progress Times

The East Webster High School football team will be getting a little history lesson this week as the Wolverines prepare to visit South Delta in the second round of the MHSAA Class 2A State … Read more

Vaughan’s Vocabulary – 11/11/15

Don Vaughan provides infrequently used words to strengthen your vocabulary

One recent evening my wife and I were sitting in our living room and listening to the Solid Gold Weekend on East Mississippi Community College’s radio station; one of the … Read more

Time Capsules – 11/11/2015

Compiled by Laura Lucius from WPT files

75 Years Ago: Nov. 14, 1940

For Their Country
Hoke Smith Morgan and Jesse Elmo Brooks, two volunteers from the list of selected service men, are two modern Webster County warriors who will … Read more

School Board approves hirings

The Webster County School Board approved the hiring of a long-term substitute teacher and a bus driver at a previous meeting.… Read more

Lady Eagles opens hoops season with solid win

By Austin Bishop
Webster Progress Times

The Lady Eagles of Eupora High School overcame a slow start on Saturday in the Calhoun City Classic to roll to a 46-22 season-opening win over Coffeeville.

“I think we were able to apply … Read more

Boy Scout citrus, apple sale underway

For the WPT

Troop 30 Boy Scouts has started their fall citrus sale that will last through the month of November.

Delivery of the citrus is scheduled for about Dec. 10 or 11. Don’t miss out on this delicious fruit … Read more

Holmes Bulldogs opens hoops season

The Holmes Community College Bulldogs went to 2-0 on the season last Thursday night with a 78-46 win over the Bears of Baton Rouge Community College.

Holmes led 40-19 at halftime and then outscored the Bears 38-27 in the second … Read more