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Helping others

COURTESY PHOTO Walthall Baptist Church GAs made valentine cards, pillows and

Board assigns constable court duties

By Russell Hood Webster Progress-Times Monday’s meeting of Board of Supervisors included officially assigning court-related duties to a Webster County constable and a health insurance update. District 2 Constable Jeremy Kilgore met with the board about the first matter, details…

Presidential primaries set for Tuesday

By Russell Hood The Webster Progress-Times Webster County voters will have their chance to select their political party candidate next week in the presidential primaries. Primary elections for Democratic and Republican presidential nominees are set for Tuesday, March 8, when…

Shriners Hospital

RUSSELL HOOD/STAFF Grover Vining gives a presentation to the Eupora Rotary Club about the Shriners Hospital for Children in Shreveport, Louisiana. Vining, of Philadelphia

Children enjoy fun-filled storytime

By Librarian Fran Smith Webster County Library On a cold, windy and rainy Wednesday, Feb. 24, 16 children arrived at Webster County Library of a fun-filled storytime.

Yard of the Month – February 2016

DOTTIE DEWBERRY The lovely yard of Mr. and Mrs. “Booter” Fulgham was the recipient of February’s Yard of the Month sign, which is presented monthly by a member of the Maben Home and Garden Club.

Club plants Arbor Day tree at WOES

From the Maben Home and Garden Club STURGIS — The first American Arbor Day was originated in Nebraska City, Nebraska, by J. Sterling Morton. On April 10, 1872, an estimated 1 million trees were planted in Nebraska. On April 15,…

Lady Eagles begin season with two wins in Amory

By Austin Bishop Webster Progress Times The Lady Eagles of Eupora High School got their fast-pitch softball season off to a strong start on Saturday by picking up a pair of wins in the Amory Classic.

Correction: Class of 1972

The Eupora High School Class of 1972 had a get-back-acquainted lunch reunion Feb. 6 at the GP Central Service Grill. Those attending include (seated) Brenda Tumey Bell,