Month: November 2012

Little things bring smiles

“Grant that we may realize it is the little things that create differences, “ a part of the Eupora 20th Century Club Collect, is demonstrated by club members and “Friends of the Hospital.”

The individuals in the accompanying photo hope … Read more

Volunteers have fun helping others

There was a job for everyone.

Caring individuals in the community have joined with the GFEW/MFWC Eupora 20th Century Club to help add cotton to make stuffed animals that will be given to children treated in the emergency room at … Read more

Boy Scout citrus, apply sale begins

From BSA Troop 30

Troop 30 has started its fall citrus sale that will last through the month of November.

Delivery of the citrus is scheduled for Dec. 9 or 12. Don’t miss out on this delicious fruit just in … Read more

Lung cancer vigil Nov. 11

Patsy Freeman
Winston County Journal

From Press Reports
Mathiston will host a vigil locally as part of a national campaign to raise awareness for lung cancer on Nov. 11.
Mathiston will join 125 communities across the nation … Read more

Hospital Friends help with puppet project

Commitment to Caring is more than words.

The GFWC/MFWC Eupora 20th Century Club and “Friends of the Hospital” met to make puppets for the NMMC-Eupora Hospital ER.

“Friends of the Hospital” includes individuals of all ages who give of their … Read more

Clifford saves day at Story Hour

By Dottie Dewberry For the WPT

MABEN — Oct. 26 started out a gloomy day but inside the Maben Public Library the noise level was rocking with laughing, talking, and giggling coming from the kids and parents who gathered for … Read more

Home, Garden Club travels to ‘Serengeti’

For the WPT

The Gala Gallivant Gals of the Maben Home and Garden Club traveled to the Serengeti of Africa — Bill Poe’s garden in Starkville — on Oct. 16 for a most unusual tour.

After the welcome was made, … Read more

Maben Farmers’ Market enjoys good weather as winter sets in

By Terry Harpole

MABEN — On Nov. 3, early before the Maben Farmers’ Market opened at 8 a.m., many people were stirring around and going into Dew’s Place and the Sprint Mart for coffee and sausage and biscuits, and a … Read more

W. O. Timberwolves football builds great season, yet out of playoffs

By Ruthie Robison The Webster Progress-Times

The West Oktibbeha Timberwolves football team completed the best season in their school’s history last Friday night in Pelahatchie.

Although the Timberwolves were defeated by the Chiefs last week 54-26, West Oktibbeha finished their … Read more

Calendar of Events

Benefit Saturday for Stewart VFD A benefit for the Stewart Volunteer Fire Department will be at noon Nov. 10. Chicken plates will be available for $7 (served with baked beans, slaw or chips, dessert and drink). Hamburger and hot dog … Read more