Month: April 2014

Roads suffer from subfreezing winter

By Russell Hood The Webster Progress-Times Prolonged subfreezing temperatures this past winter have taken a toll on many roads throughout Webster County. With temperatures getting as low as 4 degrees back in January, the road base separated from the blacktop…

Shelter Pals perform community service project

From Press Reports Shelter Pals are a group of sixth-grade students from East Webster High School. The four members of Shelter Pals are students in Kayla Hardy’s social studies class and the group was assigned a

Wedding announcement – Porter-Sullivan

Mr. & Mrs. Al Porter of Louisville announce the engagement of their daughter, Sally, to Mr. Preston Sullivan of Mantee, Ms. Miss Porter is the granddaughter of

Wedding announcement – Fulgham-Haver

Johnny and Lisa Fulgham of Eupora announce the engagement of their daughter, Aleasha Marie Fulgham, to Adam Robert Haver, son of Samuel and Sylvia Haver of Raymond. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. Billy Earl Shaw and the late…

Three Eupora netters qualify for state tourney

By Austin Bishop The Webster Progress-Times A trio of Eupora High School tennis standouts will be taking part in the MHSAA Class 2A Individual State Tennis Tournament on April 1 and April 2 at Parham Bridges in Jackson. Earlier this…

Box Tops for education

Eupora Elementary students collected 17,157 box tops for the spring. The top three winners are Kelsey Green, first place; Porter Gary, second place; and Josh Harper, third place. The top homeroom class is

Bible drills

Hannah Carson (left) will be going to state Bible Drills representing the children at First Baptist Church of Eupora. Teens headed to

Maben Methodist visits with GLC

By Terry Harpole For the WPT What better time, for a visit with the residents, and workers at Golden LivingCenter-Eupora than the month of April. At Golden Living, the month of April is being celebrated as Happy Volunteer Month. On…

Sophomore Diamond Warriors Honored

Sophomores on the 2014 East Central Community College baseball team received special recognition during the regular season home finale with Lawson State Community College held Friday, April 18, 2014, at the Clark/Gay Baseball Complex in Decatur. The honorees are

Tree down

RUSSELL HOOD/STAFF District 2 Supervisor Pat Cummings uses a trackhoe to remove a huge pin oak tree from Spring Creek Road after