Farmers’ Market boasts 2 new vendors

By Jane Collins

Maben Farmers’ Market

The Maben Farmers’ Market boasted two new venders Saturday in addition to the mainstays of the market, William Shaw’s produce and Jeremiah Gamble’s barbecue.

Ted Cole of Mantee returned to the market after being … Read more

Letter to editor

Thanks the many who helped with Sisson benefit

Thank you for your help and considerations in the development of the benefit we had June 4 at Bellefontaine for our own Gwen Sisson.

The beautiful smiling, gracious, inspirational Gwen herself starred … Read more

Returning to great

(Editor’s note: As a journalist, I do understand that unless you are Jonathan Swift you should not use sarcasm in your writing yet I have.)

A presumptive presidential nominee has implied that America is no longer great and while I … Read more

Vaughan’s Vocabulary

Don Vaughan Provides infrequently used words to strengthen your vocabulary.

In Scene 5 of Act IV in William Shakespeare’s “Hamlet: Prince of Denmark,” Laertes, like a roaring lion, enters the new Danish king’s throne room demanding answers over the mysterious … Read more

EPD Report

The Eupora Police Department investigated these charges during May:

Speeding, nine; suspended driver’s license (implied consent), two; suspended driver’s license, four; no proof of liability insurance, four; seatbelt violation, one; careless driving, one; noise violation, two; DUI-second offense, one; property … Read more

Ferguson, Mason honored upon retirements

From Staff Reports

Phil Ferguson and James Mason were honored with a retirement reception in the Webster County School District boardroom on May 19.

Before Ferguson came to Webster County Schools, he was a teacher/coach at Bruce High School, head … Read more