Mississippi State University has released its President’s/Dean’s List or the 2015 spring semester.
Students on the President’s List achieved a 3.80 or better grade-point average, based on a 4.0 scale, while completing at least 12 semester hours of course work … Read more
Submitted by Michael Brannon
My late mother, as many of you know, loved to write. She wrote letters, poems, stories and memories.
This is the final installment of her childhood memories. Mother faced many challenges in her lifetime, but she … Read more
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING FOR A ZONE RECLASSIFICATION OF CERTAIN PROPERTIES IN THE CITY OF EUPORA, MISSISSIPPI
WHEREAS, a change is desired in the zoning classification on previously zoned R-2, Medium-Density Residential District properties located in the Westwood Division, Lot … Read more
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From Press and Staff Reports
The Webster County School District’s graduation rate for students with disabilities was the second highest in the state in 2013, according to the latest figures available from the state Department of Education.
Of students with … Read more
Knight Farms harvests wheat on Tomahawk Road in Bellefontaine. The wheat was being harvested June 10. Mississippi’s wheat acreage is at 170,000 in 2015, … Read more
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For the Progress-Times
The town of Mathiston reports that the Mississippi State Rating Bureau has reduced Mathiston’s fire district rating from Eighth Class to Seventh Class, the lowest rating achieved by any fire department in either … Read more
From Staff Reports
Chip Powell has been named the new principal at Eupora Elementary School.
The Webster County School Board approved Superintendent of Education Jack Treloar’s recommendation to hire him for the position on June 1, according to minutes of … Read more