News

Are you at risk for COPD?

From NMMC-Eupora

 

By the time people get diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, most have already lost more than 50 percent of their lung function.

Over time, COPD impacts a person’s ability to breathe and, by extension, the ability … Read more

Farmers’ Market comes  to a close

By Terry Harpole

For the WPT

 

Attendance of vendors and customers was  slim Saturday at the Maben Farmers’ Market, as the weather turned a little cool and the Maben School reunion was also held.

Two of our faithful vendors … Read more

Explore fall skies at Rainwater

Rainwater Observatory in French Camp Mississippi will be offering a free public program for this Fall season called “EXPLORING FALL SKIES!” This presentation will be given on Friday, October 11, 2013 starting at 7:00 p.m. by teacher and solar astronomer, … Read more

School board approves policy revisions

From Staff Reports

 

The Webster County School Board approved three policy revisions at a previous meeting.

Approval came Sept. 9 after Superintendent of Education Jack Treloar presented the revisions, which had been tabled Sept. 3.

These are the policies … Read more

Treloar addresses REPM

By Sandra Dalton

 

The local Retired Education Personnel of Mississippi met in the Mathiston Public Library on Oct. 2.

President Sue Cooper called the meeting to order with a nice welcome for everyone. Martha Sullivan gave an inspiring devotion.… Read more

City awarded lagoon work grant

By Russell Hood

The Webster Progress-Times

 

The Eupora Board of Aldermen addressed various Water/Wastewater Department matters during recent meetings.

State Rep. Joey Hood was at a special called meeting on Oct. 2 to inform the mayor and board that … Read more

‘Super Spiders’ invade story hour

By Dottie Dewberry

For the WPT

 

It was most appropriate for Ms. Mary to choose “Super Spiders” for the Oct. 4 story hour as this is the time of the year that spiders build more and more webs to … Read more

Interns give food safety refresher

From Press Reports

 

In the kitchens of hospitals, food safety practices are crucial to providing patients with nutrition that will help improve their health. Mississippi State University dietetic interns Rachel Burke and Ali Pyron conducted an in-service on Sept. … Read more

Tis the Season for the Spirit of Giving…

This year the Webster Progress Times publisher and staff have decided to take a different focus on Christmas.

After much thought and consideration, we are asking the children and adults of Webster County to write letters of gratefulness and to … Read more