Forgot New Year’s? Today is the day to quit

From Press Reports

Every Jan. 1, people all over the world make New Year’s resolutions. Although New Year’s has come and gone, it’s not too late to quit. Why not get started today?

According to the CDC, nearly seven out … Read more

Editorial Roundup – 02/04/2015

Common Core’s foes mixed up

One of the more perplexing aspects of the irrational opposition to Common Core in Mississippi is the contradictory arguments made by opponents.

Some claim the new education standards for Mississippi’s public schools are too tough … Read more

Brand: Tough competition will help down the stretch

By Austin Bishop
The Webster Progress Times

Bill Brand has coached enough basketball to know that good teams get better when they face stiff competition.

The East Webster High School girls basketball coach is hoping that the games his team … Read more

House members busy in committees

In anticipation of the February 3 deadline to report general bills originating in the House out of committee, members were faced with a full week of committee work.

Winston County Medical Center
Due to the tornado damage that occurred to … Read more

Calendar of Events – 02/04/2015

Free sessions on healthcare options
Health Help Mississippi-Starkville, a non-profit organization, will sponsor two free informational sessions on health insurance options on Feb. 5 in Webster County.

The sessions will be from 10 a.m.-noon at the Webster County Public Library … Read more

Sports Schedules – 02/04/2015

Prep Basketball
TBA — MAIS AA District 2 Tournament (Winston Academy entered)
Junior College Softball
1 p.m. — East Central at Alabama Southern (DH)
Men’s College Basketball
6 p.m. — Texas A&M at Ole Miss

THURSDAY, FEB. Read more