News

Supes agree on uniforms

By Daniel Brunty

The Webster Progress-Times

 

The Webster County Board of Supervisors made a decision regarding county employee uniforms and met with representatives of collection agencies during its meeting on Monday.

After bringing the meeting into session the supervisors … Read more

Chuck Wagon Gang celebrates 77 years

For the WPT

 

What would be your choice for the Top 20 gospel groups of all time? That was the question posed to listeners of SGM Radio when they conducted an email campaign to list those groups.

They were … Read more

Vaughan’s Vocabulary

Don Vaughan provides infrequently used words to strengthen your vocabulary.

Forty years ago AM radios were tuned to WLS in Chicago to hear Bob Sirott’s suave delivery, witticisms, and the hit records he played.

“Bob Sirott’s First Radio Broadcast” is … Read more

Sports schedules

FRIDAY, OCT. 25

Prep Football

7 p.m. — Choctaw County at Forest

7 p.m. — Eupora at Calhoun City

7 p.m. — French Camp at Ethel

7 p.m. — Louisville at Kemper County

7 p.m. — Canton Academy at Winston… Read more

Jail Docket

Oct. 14

Benjamin McCurry, DOB 08-08-72, BM; Eupora 3: domestic violence.

Jeffery Caldwell, DOB 05-11-68, WM; G25: suspended DL and speeding 92/45.

Oct. 15

Glenwood Johnson, DOB 03-02-68, BM; SO4: MDOC warrant.

Oct. 17

Vincent Davis, DOB 07-25-67, WM; Mathiston … Read more

Lady Wolverines reach 2A Championship Series

By Austin Bishop

The Webster Progress-Times

 

The Lady Wolverines of East Webster High School won a hard-fought best-of-three series with Enterprise on Tuesday, earning a spot in the MHSAA Class 2A State Slow-Pitch Softball Championship Series.

East Webster, the … Read more

NMMC-Eupora hosts Health Fair

From Press Reports

 

North Mississippi Medical Center-Eupora held its annual Health Fair on Oct. 10. Vendors from the local community as well as well as ones representing NMMC were present.

Many health screenings were available to the public for … Read more

School board accepts timber bid withdrawal

From Staff Reports

 

The Webster County School Board has accepted the withdrawal of a bid on a 156-acre tract of 16th Section timber.

The board had accepted James Johnson’s bid on the tract on Sept. 9. However, he stated … Read more

Now is good time to grow lettuce in Mississippi

By David Nagel and Lelia Kelly

Extension Horticulture Specialists

 

The Mississippi Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association will have its annual conference Nov. 14 and 15 at Choctaw Mississippi’s Silver Star Casino.

The conference is geared toward folks who grow … Read more