Monthly Archives: November 2013

Board selects engineering firm for lagoon

By Russell Hood The Webster Progress-Times   The Eupora Board of Aldermen has selected a firm to provide engineering services for grant-funded lagoon improvements. The city has received a $450,000 Community Development Block Grant to repair and stabilize the municipal…

911 calls

Nov. 18 2:45 p.m., medical, Old Dancy Road; EMS responds. 2:57 p.m., MVA, Hwy. 15 and Natchez Trace; Webster SO, EMS, Mantee FD, MedStat helicopter respond. 4:46 p.m., stranded motorist, Hwy. 82 west of Eupora; WSO responds. 8:46 p.m., speeding/careless…

Belinda Stewart Architects earns more honors

By Wally Northway Mississippi Business Journal   Earlier this year, Belinda Stewart, FAIA, became the first female architect from Mississippi to be made a Fellow by the American Institute of Architects. Of the 80,000-plus AIA members, approximately 3,000 hold the…

Holmes men move to 5-2 with big win

From school reports   The Holmes Community College Bulldogs picked up their fifth win of the season Thursday night to improve to 5-2 overall with an 82-67 win over the Hinds Community College Bulldogs. Holmes had four players in double…

Jail Docket

Nov. 18 Thomas C. Johnson, DOB 05-09-86, WM; Mathiston 1: contempt of court. Nov. 20 Alexis N. Denley, DOB 05-22-93, WF; Webster 7: possession of paraphernalia-meth and possession of marijuana. Michael P. Gray, DOB 05-08-76, WM; MDOC 5: probation violation.…

MTFC holds 1st coalition meeting

By Daniel Brunty The Webster Progress Times   The Mississippi Tobacco-Free Coalition of Choctaw, Montgomery and Webster Counties’ new project manager, Keetha Mosley, has already begun laying the foundation of helping educate the communities of Webster County about the harmful effects…

Calendar of Events

Blood drive The United Blood Services bloodmobile will be parked at Golden LivingCenter-Eupora from 1-6 p.m. Nov. 29 accepting all blood types, especially O-negative and O-positive. Lighting of Mathiston Park Lighting of the Park will be Nov. 30 at 6:30…