This Friday do something the Webster County supervisors couldn’t do. Rather than chose to fight the insurance company and preservationists to get a
metal new building, you can put the Webster County Courthouse back together. Unlike the supervisors, I bet you won’t take two plus years to complete this work, and when you are done you will have a (picture of a) beautiful, historic structure.
Unfortunately the picture will now be all we have. As Malvaney pointed out, this is first historic courthouse we’ve lost in Mississippi since the demolition of the Carroll County Courthouse in Vaiden in 1993.
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