Month: February 2014

James Kerry England

Services for Kerry England, 54, of Eupora were Feb. 18, 2014, at Wise-Reed Funeral Home in Eupora with the Rev. Terry Wills officiating. Burial was

It’s almost summer in ‘Crockett’s Victory Garden’

By Marica Bernstein Books Bygone We survived 16 straight nights of subfreezing temperatures. We let our spigots drip and drip and still our pipes froze. We survived “snow days” without the pleasure of walking the dogs in the snow. But…

Juniors carry leadership responsibility for Lady Wolverines

By Austin Bishop The Webster Progress-Times With four key members off the 2013 MHSAA Class 2A Fast-Pitch Softball State Championship team are not returning, East Webster head coach Lee Berryhill knows just where to look for leadership for

Ora Faye Hudspeth Lindsey

Services for Ora Faye Hudspeth Lindsey, 78, of Weir were Feb. 21, 2014, at Coleman Funeral Home in Ackerman. Burial was in

A people who reject God’s commands suffer destitution

By the Rev. J.B. Rowe Scripture: Hosea 1:2-6: “The beginning of the word of the Lord by Hosea. And the Lord said to Hosea, Go, take unto thee a wife of whoredoms and children of whoredoms: for the land hath…

Local retired educators meet Feb. 5

By Sandra Dalton On Feb. 5, the Local Retired Education Personnel of Mississippi met in the Mathiston Library for their regular meeting. President Sue Cooper welcomed

Lady Eagles earn spot in State

By Austin Bishop The Webster Progress-Times When it mattered most the Lady Eagles of Eupora High School hit their free throws, taking a 43-40 win over J.Z. George on Monday night in Carrollton and earning a spot in

God shows us how unconditional love works

By Pastor Bobby McMullen 2nd Chance Ministries Beloved, the fundamental basics of all of Christ’s teaching and parables is one word: Love. This is evident in the writings of