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Pate named WCS Student of the Month

Gathered for the recognition of Haley Pate as the Webster County Schools’ Student of the Month for December are (front) Sue Anne Boatman, WCCTC guidance counselor; Hodges; Laverne Pate, Haley’s grandmother; Hunter Pate, Haley’s brother; Darrell Pate, father; Haley Pate; Becky Pate, mother; School Board member Keith Hudspeth; (back) Superintendent of Education Jack Treloar; Ferguson; School Board members Jimmy Hood, Bobby McMullen and Nancy Davis; and board attorney George Mitchell.

From School Reports

 

Haley Pate, a second-year student in Dionne Hodges’ Business Management program at the Webster County Career and Technology Center, is Webster County Schools’ Student of the Month for December.

Haley is the daughter of … Read more

Mexican restaurant opens in Maben

Maben Mayor Pro-Tem Pat Harpole, right, welcomes La Alegria employees and staff Victor, Juan, Flaco, Oscar (kneeling) owner Augustin Estrada, Ashley, Salvador and manager Antonio Estrada.

By Terry Harpole

For the WPT

 

Maben saw a new business officially opening Jan. 14 after the building had been vacant for months.

The building was previously home to … Read more

Volunteers, MFC contain Mantee fire

These are the remains of the shop that burned on Highway 15 South in Mantee on Jan. 20.

From Staff Reports

 

Volunteer firefighters and forestry personnel kept a fire that burned a shop on Highway 15 South in Mantee last week from spreading to another … Read more

New website offers health information

Health & Wellness Section 2014

Mississippians looking for more information about how to better care for themselves and their families have a new resource available online.

The Mississippi State University Extension Service’s Center for Technology Outreach recently launched … Read more

Time Capsules

Compiled by Laura Lucius from WPT files

75 Years Ago:

Feb. 2, 1939

Pisgah Springs News:

Rev. Clyde Garner filled his appointment … Read more