‘Reading Oasis’


East Webster Elementary School library enjoyed Scholastic Book Fair the week of Oct. 7-11. The week before the book fair, the students participated in a guessing game contest. The theme of the book fair was “Reading Oasis, A Cool Place … Read more

Carl Jackson concert features rising stars


From staff and press reports


Virginia natives Sarah and Savannah Church of the Church Sisters will be performing at Winston County’s Annual Carl Jackson “Home for Christmas” concert on December 14, 2013.

Sarah and Savannah Church’s musical careers began … Read more

4-H sets up library exhibit

Displaying the county exhibit at the Mathiston Public Library are (front) Evan Chandler, Lauren Jackson, Bailey Chandler, (back) Extension Agent Jennifer Williams and Kelley Chandler, head volunteer for Webster County 4-H Mini-Clovers.

From Press Reports


Webster County 4-H set up a county exhibit at the Mathiston Public Library on Sept. 16-19.

The items on display included canned jelly and jams, goat halters, recycled items, paintings and drawings. All exhibits on display … Read more

Crenshaw family receive posthumous awards

Hunter and Burchfield present an American Police Hall of Fame Medal of Honor Award plaque and Medal of Honor to Larry Crenshaw (center) in honor of the late Keith Crenshaw.

By Daniel Brunty

The Webster Progress-Times


Even weeks after the tragic passing of Eupora Police Officer Keith Crenshaw, love and support for the Crenshaw family is still being shown in all types of ways.

Police Chief Gregg Hunter and … Read more

Vaughan’s Vocabulary

Don Vaughan provides infrequently used words to strengthen your

I have been studying Act I of “The Life and Death of King John” in which guests come to the palace.

First, Chatillon, an ambassador from France, refers to John’s … Read more