By David Nagel and Lelia Kelly
Extension Horticulture Specialists
Distributed by Lisa Stewart, Webster County Director
A couple of problems have been occurring with tomato fruit.
One is an area of smoky or tangled-thread looking black areas on the side … Read more
From Press & Staff Reports
Cumulative school- and district-level passing rates for the Third-Grade Reading Summative Assessment are now available to the public.
Statewide, nearly 91 percent of third-graders have achieved a passing score on the Third-Grade Reading Summative Assessment, … Read more
From Dustin Barnes
JACKSON, Miss. – Men have higher morbidity rates in almost every one of the leading causes of death in the United States, a factor leading to a renewed focus on men’s health issues.
Since 1994, June … Read more
Christopher Gaston, DOB 04-14-86, BM; SO7: possession of marijuana with intent to sell.
Cody B. Clark, DOB 09-22-81, BM; SO7: MDOC hold: domestic violence.
Anthony Shurden, DOB 06-11-96, WM; walk-in: hold for evaluation (released June 13 … Read more
From Press Reports
May 31 was World No Tobacco Day — a day to support those who have made the choice to live tobacco-free.
Everyone needs support and a cheerleader who will continue to push them toward success. The Tobacco-Free … Read more
The Webster County Board of Supervisors voted in April to allow and direct the Justice Court clerk to issue summonses in the Justice Court case of State vs. William “Bill” Baker Jr. (Bill Baker), and to hold a trial in … Read more
Political rally at Walthall FD
The Walthall Fire Department will host a political rally from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. June 20.
In addition to candidate speeches, the rally will feature musical entertainment from Long Time Coming. Barbecue sandwiches, hamburgers and hotdogs … Read more
By Russell Hood
The Webster Progress-Times
The June term of Webster County Circuit is underway in Ackerman with Circuit Judge Joey Loper presiding. A new grand jury was empaneled Monday at the Choctaw County Courthouse.
Defendants on the docket during … Read more
By Viola Dew Brannon
We moved into a small town when I was 9 so I could attend school. My parents would not let me walk the seven miles from our farm to the nearest school.
It took me three … Read more
Don’t forget the monthly “Lunch Bunch” meets at 11:45 a.m. Thursday at FUMC-Eupora.
Bring picnic-type food (sandwiches, potato salad) and we’ll have an indoor picnic in the fellowship hall. Anticipate a special guest for our program.… Read more