Month: June 2013

ECOM holds fundraising rally

For the WPT


Eupora Community Outreach Ministry conducted a fundraising rally June 2 at the Depot.

Minister Christine Bingham was mistress of ceremony, followed with devotion by local attorneys Buchanan and Jacqueline Meek.

On program was Pastor Bobby McMullen, … Read more

MSU Bulldogs remain undefeated in CWS

From combined reports


Mississippi State’s memorable season continued with another dramatic come-from-behind victory in the College World Series Monday.

Trey Porter’s two-run single in the top half of the eighth inning lifted MSU to its second straight win at … Read more

EHS Class of ’53 has reunion

Members and spouses gathered at the reunion of the EHS Class of 1953 are (seated) Martha McCain Ballard, Ruby Anne Dunlap Kincade, Sara Salley Ingram, Kay Lacey Ward, Lottie Huffman Barnett, (standing) Charlie Ward, Mary Anne Bowen Smith, Pat Hollingsworth Davis, Clovis Barnett, Brown Bailey, Yvonne Kilgore Middleton, Billy F. Sturdivant, Jo Alice Duncan Stafford, Kathleen Davis Taylor, Betty Canterberry Fason, Christine Nolen May, Ilene Littlejohn Taylor, Irene Weeks Murphy, Johnny Fason and Charles Davis.

From press reports


The 60-year reunion for the 1953 class at Eupora High School was celebrated April 20 at the Central Service Grill.

Members of the class attending were Brown Bailey, Betty Canterberry Fason, Kathleen Davis Taylor, Jo Alice … Read more

Center boil-water alert remains

From Press, Staff Reports


A boil-water alert issued last week by the Webster Center Water Association for customers who receive their drinking water from its water supply located in Webster County remained in effect as of Tuesday.

This affects … Read more

City targets Waterworks for grant

By Russell Hood

The Webster Progress-Times


Eupora leaders have designated Waterworks Road for resurfacing if the city is awarded a grant for street improvements.

The Small Municipalities Grant of up to $150,000 is available from the Mississippi Development Authority. … Read more

Children learn about vegetables at Maben SRP

Awad watches as the children glue pictures of vegetables to plates.

From the Maben

Public Library


It was another fabulous day at the Maben Public Library on June 18; wall-to-wall kids were listening, looking and squirming as Pam Awad, the Mississippi State University nutrition educator, presented her program about “Digging … Read more

Local woman celebrates 100th birthday

Rosa Nell Hodges displays her plaque proclaiming May 19 as “Nell Hodges Day” in Mathiston.

For the WPT


On May 18, Rosa Nell Hodges (“Momma Nell”) celebrated her 100th birthday with more than 100 guests, mostly her own family, at her home in Mathiston.

Momma Nell is the oldest living resident of Webster County … Read more

Extension unites communities around senior adult services

By Linda Breazeale

MSU Ag Communications

Several Mississippi communities are taking on projects designed to help senior adults keep their independence and improve their health.

The Mississippi State University Extension Service has challenged communities to assess the resources they offer … Read more

Vein Center helps patient put pain in past

From Press Reports


When Mark Nichols of Belmont had weight loss surgery in 2010, all of his weight-related health problems resolved, except one.

“When I was really heavy, my legs bothered me a lot,” said Nichols, 44. “I was … Read more

Help for Your Heart: NMMC has many new firsts

From Press Reports


The NMMC Heart Institute leads the state and nation again with new firsts:

Nation’s 1st bioresorbable heart device

Phyllis Camp of Saltillo has a new claim to fame-she has the nation’s first bioresorable heart device.

On … Read more