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Ms. Pat, dressed as The Cat in the Hat, greeted the children as they arrived for the weekly storytime at Webster County Library on Feb. 28.
After their usual time of playing, everyone gathered to sing and listen to a story.
Webster County School District received the Value-Added Awards in U.S. History at Eupora High School and Biology I at East Webster High School during the PREPS/MAPE 2018 Conference.
The annual awards recognize schools that have exhibited exemplary growth for the previous academic year.
Angel Woods of Eupora and Georgia Brooke McGinnis of Maben recently served as pages for the Mississippi Senate.
Sen. Gary Jackson sponsored their visits. Pages generally run errands for officials and Senate staff.
Dr. Seuss is still a popular author. He has written more than 60 books under the pen name Dr. Seuss.
His real name was Theodor Seuss Geisel. He also wrote under other pen names, Theo. LeSieg and Rosetta Stone. The book we read Friday at the Maben Public Library was "Ten Apples Up on Top," written by Theo. LeSieg.
The Mississippi Democratic and Republican parties have released the names of candidates who have qualified to run for federal office.
The Mississippi Department of Education announced Feb. 28 that 21 school districts have been approved to participate in the third year of the computer science pilot program.
The Webster County School District is among districts approved to participate in the pilot, known as CS4MS.
People state their beliefs about the Cross of Christ project in Eupora and the way it will support the beliefs of a Christian community.