By Russell Hood
The Webster Progress-Times
The Eupora Board of Aldermen addressed the problem of blight properties during a public hearing and meeting on July 6.
The blight hearing was for vacant houses at these addresses: 304 Noel St., owned … Read more
By Gary R. Bachman
Coastal Research & Extension Center
It’s pretty easy to grow plants when water is plentiful, and that’s the situation much of the time in Mississippi. But sooner or later, the weather gets hot and … Read more
Joni Gonzales, DOB 04-27-78, WF; Webster 5: failure to pay child support.
Tiffany Love, DOB 10-17-71, WF; Webster 5: violation of domestic bond agreement, no DL, disregard for traffic device, no insurance, seatbelt violation and careless driving.… Read more
By Austin Bishop
Webster Progress Times
East Webster High School will be one of 14 teams taking part in the 2015 New Hope Fall Jamboree to be held at Davis Wade Stadium on the campus of Mississippi State University in … Read more
Sheriff’s office issues thanks for donation
On behalf of myself and the entire Webster County Sheriff’s Department staff, we would like to thank Cindy Moody of Common Cents Resale Mall and all who made its generous donation to the sheriff’s … Read more
McCulloch among UMMC graduates
Stephanie Benton McCulloch of Brandon has received the doctor of clinical health sciences degree from the University of Mississippi Medical Center’s School of Health Related Professions. UMMC’s 59th commencement was May 22 at the Mississippi Coliseum … Read more
By Lelia Kelly and David Nagel
Extension Horticulture Specialists
If you plan to make an arrangement from your garden, consider cutting in the early morning when plants are full of moisture.
The flowers and leaves are fresher than during the … Read more
3:40 p.m., medical, Golden LivingCenter-Eupora; EMS responds.
5:15 p.m., reckless driver, Hwy. 404, Bellefontaine; Webster SO responds.
6:09 p.m., residential burglary, West Roane Avenue; Eupora PD responds.
6:30 p.m., medical, Natchez Trace Road; Mathiston FD, EMS respond.… Read more
By James L. Cummins
Special To The Progress Times
Most people think that during the summer there is an ample supply of browse for deer to eat. Many people think that since the sweetgums, hickories and oaks are green again, … Read more
Don Vaughan provides infrequently used words to strengthen your vocabulary.
My students read, watch and discuss one of Shakespeare’s plays (I select a different play each semester). Frank Wadsworth’s article, published in World Book Encyclopedia, pointed out that no manuscripts … Read more