<div>By Robbie Robertson</div><div>Webster Progress Times</div><div> </div><div>The Eupora Lady Eagles picked up three more wins this past week and let a fourth one slip away.</div><div>After losing 13-12 to Amory on Tuesday, the Lady Eagles came back and beat Amory 5-0 on Thursday.
<div> </div><div> </div><div>For the past three seasons, Eupora has been able to come away with a victory against Water Valley.</div><div>But that wasn’t the case this past Friday as the Blue Devils pulled away with a 34-8 win over the Eagles in the season opener for both team
<div> </div><div> </div><div>The East Webster Lady Wolverines split a pair of games this week, beating Houston 10-8 on Tuesday and falling to South Pontotoc 5-0 on Thursday.</div><div>East Webster has two games scheduled for this week as they are slated to host Winona in a division cont
<div> </div><div> </div><div>East Webster football coach Ron Price knew his team would have to play really well to compete with Choctaw County in the season opener for both teams.
<div>By Helen Smith</div><div> </div><div>(Aug. 13) How do I begin after waiting so long to write to you? First by thanking the Lord for all he has blessed us with. We are still able to get around some, even if it is on a cane.</div><div>Doctor appointments this week were good reports.
<div> </div><div> </div><div>Three boys were standing around the schoolyard bragging about their fathers, as little boys are prone to do. </div><div>“My dad scribbles a few words on a piece of paper, calls it a poem, and they give him $50 for it,” the first boy said.
<div> </div><div> </div><div>Pastor Derek May of Pine Forest Baptist Church states, “The Cross of Christ will represent and remind our area and communities to hold fast to the principles and core values that it symbolizes.
<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