Monthly Archives: March 2014

Edwards presenter at WIST conference

Edwards speaks to more than 300 of her fellow female high school students at the WIST conference at East Mississippi Community College’s Golden Triangle campus. Edwards is the first EMCC Dual Enrollment student to attempt a full college course load while in high school and is expected to receive her associate’s degree from EMCC just days after she graduates from high school in May.

From EMCC

MAYHEW – Decades after its debut at East Mississippi Community College’s Golden Triangle campus, the Women In Science and Technology conference is still opening eyes.

Counselor Brenda Wilson, who … Read more

Lady Eagles split pair in Winona Classic

The team congratulating Ja'Lisa Bell after her over the fence homerun.

By Austin Bishop
The Webster Progress-Times
Photos by Amanda Burton

The Eupora High School fast-pitch softball team opened the season last Saturday by winning one game and losing another in the Winona Classic.

The Lady Eagles banged out 26 hits … Read more

Classes complete Black History Month project

Hamilton, Mitchell and Devers

From School Reports

The seventh-grade ICT I classes at East Webster High School were asked to research famous African Americans from the state of Mississippi and then produce a flyer using the skills they areRead more

Hospital marks Patient Safety Awareness Week

NMMC-Eupora Acute Care nursing team members who help to ensure  patient safety include Abbey Johnson, RN; Tharesa Stutsy, RN; William Georgia, CLPN; Astra Ellis, CNA; JoAnne Carr, RN supervisor; Katy Frost, RN; and Charlene Hodges, unit coordinator.

From NMMC-Eupora

Patient Safety Awareness Week is an annual education and awareness campaign for health care safety led by the National Patient Safety Foundation. Each year, health care organizations internationally take part in … Read more

Children get up close with dinosaurs

Miles Stidham, Kali Huffman, Kayla and Khloei Earley, Dana and Mia Huffman, Rylin Mamrak and Jacob Woodard

By Dottie Dewberry
For the WPT

There is nothing like the sound of happy children laughing, squealing and jabbering away to anyone that will listen. With the sun shining, the Maben Library had a full house of kids complete with … Read more

“The Best” of the Red Hills Winners

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Food Service

Best Breakfast: Mary Lou’s Biscuit Bar

Best Lunch: Old Mexico

Best Dinner: Old Mexico

Best Appetizers: Market Cafe

Best Desserts: Lake Tiak O’Khata

Best Steakhouse: B.J.’s

Best Mexican: El Rodeo

Best Chinese: Hong Kong

Best Fast Food: Sonic … Read more