Join the descendants of Colonel John Weir at the dedication of the Mississippi Department of Archives and History Historical Marker, recently installed at the historic home of John Weir, at 102 Ann Street, Weir. The dedication ceremony will take place … Read more
From Press Reports
Most people out-eat their exercise because they tend to overestimate the calories they burn during exercise. The rule is that you burn about 100 calories for every mile you run or walk, according to North Mississippi … Read more
HCS Honor Roll
Hebron Christian School has released its 2012-13 fourth nine weeks Honor Roll:
PRINCIPAL’S LIST: Kindergarten: Levi Cantrell, Kayla Crowley, Halie Edwards, Davis Foster, Cason Moss, Hunter Williams; 1st: Nicholas Eaton, Olivia Mattison, Stephen Raines; 2nd: Elisha … Read more
earn ICC degrees
Area residents were among those who earned associate of arts or associate of applied science degrees or certificates at the conclusion of the 2013 spring semester at Itawamba Community College.
Eupora – Deshawn … Read more
From Staff Reports
All incumbent office-holders in Mathiston and Maben won re-election in Tuesday’s municipal general election.
Mathiston Mayor Jimmy Carden won re-election without opposition. All five aldermen ran for another term and were the top five vote-getters.
The … Read more
By Wayne Wells, David Nagel, Lelia Kelly
Extension Horticulture Specialists
Distributed by Lisa Stewart, Webster County Director
Water is one of the most unique, mobile and abundant compounds on earth and any living thing cannot survive without it. Our … Read more
Spring is here and homeowners are active in their landscapes refurbishing flowerbeds and fertilizing lawns.
The one activity that will be repeated over and over from now to late fall will be the weekly ritual of mowing the lawn. However, … Read more
A countywide firefighters meeting was May 7 at the Garan parking lot in Eupora. Presenters shared information about various types of firefighting equipment, such as nozzles, foam systems, extrication equipment and turnouts.
By Russell Hood
The Webster Progress-Times
Webster County Schools’ sixth-grade classes are moving from elementary to high school campuses mainly to better implement a new system of student assessment, according to Superintendent of Education Jack Treloar.
He confirmed that … Read more
By Dottie Dewberry
For the WPT
“If God had really intended men to fly, he’d have made it easier to get to the airport.”— George Winters
On April 23, one World War II veteran from Maben, one Vietnam War … Read more