Monthly Archives: November 2013

Crenshaw called hero, friend to all

By Daniel Brunty

The Webster Progress-Times

 

With the city and surrounding areas still saddened by last week’s line-of-duty death of Eupora Police Department Officer Keith Crenshaw, more details have been released about the surrounding circumstances.

Crenshaw, an 18-year veteran … Read more

FCA to celebrate homecoming Friday

From Staff Reports

 

French Camp Academy homecoming festivities begin tonight with a blackout pep rally at 6:30 at the FCA gym. The pep rally be will be glowing in the dark!

“Glow BLUE or Go Home!” is the homecoming … Read more

MHGC tours pre-antebellum home

By Dottie Dewberry

For the WPT

 

The Gallivanting Gals of the Maben Home and Garden Club were on the road again Oct. 15, as they caravanned across Oktibbeha County to Starkville for a gala luncheon at The Grill, where … Read more

McLemore elected to 911 association

From Press Reports

 

Founded and chartered in 1994, the Mississippi 911 Coordinators Association was formed to serve the interest of 911 systems and all related matters concerning 911 in the state of Mississippi.

The association provides opportunities for continuing … Read more

Holmes Community College Bulldogs defeats Coahoma

By Steve Diffey

Sports Information Director

Holmes Community College

 

CLARKSDALE —- The Holmes Community College Bulldogs ended the regular season by winning its last three out of five games after defeating Coahoma Community College here, 48-21.

The Bulldogs piled … Read more

Calendar of Events

Fall Festival

The Eupora High School cheerleaders will sponsor a Fall Festival from 4-6 p.m. Oct. 31 on the EHS practice field.

The festival will include baseball throws, beanbag toss, go fish, inflatable jumpers and other games, candy and prizes, … Read more

Eupora could finish second in Region 4-2A

By Austin Bishop

The Webster Progress Times

 

It doesn’t take Eupora High School head football coach Junior Graham long to cut to the chase.

“If we can’t get ready to play this week, with all that is at stake, … Read more

C2C participants ready for work

From Press Reports

 

Webster County students participating in the Counseling to Careers program have been attending classes focusing on work ethics for the past seven weeks.

Classes stress the importance of good attendance, appropriate dress in the workplace, good … Read more

City hires new deputy clerk

By Russell Hood

The Webster Progress-Times

 

City leaders approved the hiring a new deputy clerk during a recessed meeting last week.

The Eupora Board of Aldermen voted Oct. 24 to offer the full-time deputy clerk position to Kimberly Burgess, … Read more