Letters to the editor – 10/28/15

King of Pork!!
Our neighbors just east of here, around West Point, have been notified they will lose the B&W manufacturing plant, along with 220 badly needed jobs.

The plant’s wealthy owners feel there will be more profit in Mexico. … Read more

Vaughan’s Vocabulary – 10/28/15

Don Vaughan provides infrequently used words to strengthen your vocabulary.

I have on file an article by Katherine Schulten titled “12 Ways to Learn Vocabulary with The New York Times.”

Schulten, the editor of The Learning Network, pointed out that … Read more

Rearing, not raising, children in today’s world


Our society places way too much faith in Facebook and social media in general. Since when did Facebook/social media determine what caliber of mother one is?

Sure, I am still at that stage in my life where I do actually … Read more

Letters to the editor – 10/21/15

Thanks to supporters of tent revival

Praise God! A soul-saving tent revival Oct. 5-10 on Westwood Drive was a success. Souls were saved, rededicated, restored, revived and renewed in Jesus’ name!

I would like to give honor to where honor … Read more

Report from Liberty UMC

From Church Reports

We bring you greetings from Liberty United Methodist Church under the pastoral leadership of the Rev. Rochelle Ashford-Minor.… Read more

Letters to the editor – 10/07/15

Thanks from Calvary Baptist
We want to thank The Webster Progress-Times for publishing the announcement for the 60th anniversary celebration at Calvary Baptist Church.

Attendance was great, and the publicity in the Progress-Times helped with that. You are always so … Read more

Coming home for church’s anniversary

By Michael Brannon

We passed the Walthall sign and the anticipation seemed to take a new set of wings as we neared Eupora for the 125th anniversary of First Baptist Church on Sept. 20. How can one explain the lifting … Read more

Editorial Roundup – 09/30/15

Water’s getting more expensive
The Associated Press has produced a package of stories that make it clear America is facing some expensive problems in providing what everyone takes for granted: fresh water.

Though the AP report tends to focus on … Read more