From Staff Reports
Webster County School District board members have awarded a shortfall note after accepting proposals from local banks.
As reported last week, the board approved a resolution declaring a shortfall of $22,511 for the previous fiscal year on … Read more
By Daniel Brunty
The Webster Progress Times
The Webster County Board of Supervisors met Monday with the attorney representing the county in a legal dispute between it and the insurance provider for the burned courthouse.
Board members discussed litigation matters … Read more
By Librarian Fran Smith
Webster County Library
On Oct. 15, Ms. Pat, dressed as a colorful witch, read “Ten Timid Ghosts” to the children during storytime at Webster County Library in Eupora.… Read more
By Gwen Sisson
It began with news coverage of Iraqi Christians fleeing persecution from ISIS terrorists. The scenes of Christians fleeing to the mountains brought a reminder that religious persecution is an ever-present reality.
With that in mind, the Webster … Read more
Lions Club eye screening … Read more
Pat Harpole and Bro. Ron McDougald enjoy the potluck supper following revival services at Maben United Methodist Church. … Read more
The Mississippi Mustangs 7u team won 1st place in the 82 Challenge Smackdown Tournament in Winona on September 20.
This win was made possible by our sponsors, … Read more
By Gwen Sisson
The Rev. Ron McDougald said Ghuna Kumar is the “most bold and yet caring Christian” he has ever met “in terms of sharing the gospel and living it out.”
“Several years ago, I watched as he witnessed … Read more
By Austin Bishop
The Webster Progress TImes
The Lady Wolverines survived a tough best-of-three series with homestanding Bay Springs on Saturday to advance to the MHSAA Class 2A South State Championship Series at Enterprise High School in Clarke County on … Read more
Merle Temple , author of “A Ghostly Shade of Pale,” was the guest speaker for Friends of Webster Library on Oct. 13. He spoke to the group about his new book and his philosophy of writing good fiction that everyone … Read more