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<div> </div><div> </div><div>A local fire chief has recommended annual inspection of county fire trucks, which he said should save money in the long run.</div><div>Chief Bobby Jackson addressed the Webster County Board of Supervisors on Aug.
<div> </div><div> </div><div>Eupora police have charged two juveniles in connection with the theft of two all-terrain vehicles that have been recovered.</div><div>Police Chief Gregg Hunter said the ATVs were stolen the night of Aug.
<div>By Russell Hood</div><div>The Webster Progress-Times</div><div> </div><div>The Webster County School Board has renewed its contract with a security firm to provide armed officers at each school.</div><div>In April, the board approved a contract submitted by TBL Security Services
Lara Bowman, director of The Enterprise, distributed packets of information to supervisors concerning "where we are on Industrial Park and what needs to be done" on July 16.
Cole Breazeale was originally scheduled for trial on July 9 in Oxford. However, defense attorney Kevin Horan filed a motion to continue on June 25 in U.S District Court.
When the board reached that July 2 agenda item, Robert Gibbs (Ward 4) made motions to consider going into and to enter into executive session for personnel discussion, which were approved.
A man missing in a rural area of Webster County was located Saturday afternoon through the efforts of a 911 dispatcher and first responders.
Webster County Emergency Management Agency Director Barry Rushing said the man, whom he did not name, is from Clarkson and is 73.