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The Webster County School Board discussed legal matters during executive sessions last month.

The county has awarded a bid for paving and striping at the new courthouse in Walthall.

The Board of Supervisors has eliminated a contractor from the bidding process for future bridge projects in Webster County because it is so far behind on ones underway.

Acting Sheriff Andy McCants said it’s a miracle no Webster County deputies or other law enforcement officers were shot during an ambush and hours-long standoff with a heavily armed man last week...

The 39th Annual Red Hills Festival on Main Street in downtown Louisville is set for Memorial Day weekend Friday, May 24 and Saturday, May 25.


National sociology organization awards MSU Ph.D. candidate $18,000 scholarship to study food insecurity among community college students

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STARKVILLE, Miss.—A Mississippi State University doctoral student is the winner of the 2019 Beth B. Hess Memorial Scholarship awarded annually by the Sociologists for Women in Society.






10 YEARS AND COUNTING: AIRCARE2 CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY IN EAST CENTRAL MISSISSIPPI

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JACKSON, Miss. – When Jenny Palmer’s baby boy was born six weeks premature, his health already was precarious.

So when Bane Palmer developed a severe respiratory virus in January 2013, three weeks after his birth, his condition became dire. “He stopped breathing in the emergency room, and they had to intubate him,” Palmer remembered.






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