Category: News

Holmes closes out 2015 season with 56-20 win

GOODMAN —- The Holmes Community College Bulldogs put up over 600 yards of offense here today on the Northeast Mississippi Community College Tigers on Homecoming 2015 and picked up an impressive 56-20 win to end the 2015 season.

With the … Read more

Local retired educators meet

By Sandra Dalton

The local Retired Education Personnel of Mississippi met Oct. 7 for their regular meeting at the Mathiston Baptist Church Fellowship Center.

President Sue Cooper called the meeting to order, followed by an inspiring devotion.… Read more

Earth filled with violence, but violence will be no more

By Bro. J.B .Rowe

Violence now covers the earth. Violence began when there were but four people on the new earth: Adam and Eve, Cain and his brother Able.

Violence began over a small matter, envy. … Read more

Wicker, Bully, MSU volunteers join Walkers for the Golden Triangle Walk to End Alzheimer’s

STARKVILLE – Senator Roger Wicker will serve as the Honorary Champion at the Golden Triangle Walk to End Alzheimer’s in historic downtown Starkville, Saturday.

Senator Wicker will join volunteers and advocates from across seven counties, including Webster County, for the … Read more

Initiative 42, Alternative 42 compared

From Press Reports

Two Mississippi public school support amendments will be on Tuesday’s general election ballot for consideration by voters statewide.

The outcome could determine the future of the Mississippi Adequate Education Program, a law that provides a formula to … Read more

Ole Miss Rebels take big win over Texas A&M

From school reports

Saturday was supposed to be the return of Laremy Tunsil, but it was the Ole Miss ‘Landshark’ defense who stole the show.

The swarming Rebel ‘D’ limited Texas A&M to just 192 yards of total offense and … Read more

Church News – 10/28/15

Liberty UMC
Liberty United Methodist Church will be selling barbecue plates Oct. 30 from 10 a.m. until the last plate is sold.
Plates are $8 and include a chicken half, baked beans and coleslaw. Drinks are 50 cents and a … Read more

Vaughan’s Vocabulary – 10/28/15

Don Vaughan provides infrequently used words to strengthen your vocabulary.

I have on file an article by Katherine Schulten titled “12 Ways to Learn Vocabulary with The New York Times.”

Schulten, the editor of The Learning Network, pointed out that … Read more

Aldermen approve water meter purchase

By Russell Hood
The Webster Progress-Times

The purchase of additional radio-read water meters was discussed at length during previous meetings of the Eupora Board of Aldermen.

The city began the process of converting to an automatic meter reading system three … Read more

MSU ranked No. 25 after big SEC win over Kentucky

From school reports

Mississippi State returned to the Associated Press Top 25 poll as the Bulldogs are ranked No. 25 following a 42-16 win over Kentucky on Saturday night.

State (6-2, 2-2 Southeastern Conference) received 103 points and is ranked … Read more