Month: March 2014

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Autism topic of Rotary meeting

By Russell Hood The Webster Progress-Times Quess Hood of Ripley presented a program on autism at the March 11 meeting of the Eupora Rotary Club. The Eupora native has served as a special education teacher for 14 years. He is…

Supporting Relay

Webster County Schools supported their Relay for Life team during the

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

New park director prepares for big summer

By Daniel Brunty The Webster Progress-Times New Park and Recreation Director Beau Powell is all too familiar with the outdoor scenery his position requires him to be around. Before becoming the maintainer of the city of Eupora’s beautiful parks, Powell…

The ABCs of French Camp Academy

By Sylvia Dickson In 1885 the foundation was laid for a boarding school in central Mississippi. In 2014, 129 years later, that foundation still stands the test of time: French Camp Academy is solidlybuilt on Jesus Christ. Its mission is…

Lenten lunch series

Gwen Sisson Jeep Pepper, pastor at McAdams UMC and former pastor of Lebanon UMC, entertains the crowd before speaking on the importance of Bible study at

New business locates in old Maben building

By Terry Harpole For the WPT A new business has opened in the old Maben City Hall building. Jennifer Washington Stovall, originally from Pheba and now of Starkville, opened LOL What Next? in November. It is

Yard of the month

DOTTIE DEWBERRY Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Carl Johnson, whose home was chosen by

Cathy Fulgham Ladd: 40 years’ service

From Press Reports There have been many changes over the years in Eupora and several grocery companies have occupied the building that is now the SuperValu store. The one thing that has been