Hood, Hollenhead, McKibben win races

By Russell Hood The Webster Progress-Times

Jimmy Hood will take office as the newest member of the Webster County School Board in January following his win in District 3 Tuesday.

Hood garnered 584 votes (62 percent) in defeating opponent Naioma … Read more

Obituaries

Martha Maurine Prewitt Crimm Oct. 19, 2012 Services for Martha Maurine Prewitt Crimm, 83, were Oct. 24, 2012, at Salem Independent Methodist Church near Ackerman with the Rev. Tim Long officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery.

She was born … Read more

Wijewardane addresses retired educators

By Opal Vickers

The local Retired Education Personnel of Mississippi met for its regular meeting in the Mathiston Public Library on Oct. 3.

Charlotte Ray gave an inspiring devotion on how there is always change except for God, who is … Read more

Local author’s book signing Saturday

From Press Reports

First-time author Whitney Yarber White will have a book signing from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday at Murphy Drug and Gifts in Eupora.

White, of Eupora, will be available to sign copies of her book “Don’t Swallow the … Read more

Author returns with new novel

From Press Reports

Joe Lee, a Brandon resident who grew up in Starkville and graduated from Mississippi State University, will sign copies of his brand-new suspense thriller, “Last Chance Texaco” (Dogwood Press, 2012), at the Webster County Public Library at … Read more

Mathiston ‘Lighting in the Park’ set

The Civic League of Mathiston will be having a “Lighting in the Park” on Nov. 24 at 6:30 p.m.

All area churches are invited to participate and bring their choirs/ praise groups to sing Christmas carols. Any church that would … Read more