Month: July 2014

Be cautious of poisonous plants when outdoors

From Press Reports Any person working outdoors is at risk of exposure to poisonous plants, such as poison ivy, poison oak and poison sumac. When in contact with skin, the sap oil (urushiol)

Youngest golfer

Four-year-old Kage McHann was the youngest golfer to play in the Eupora Country Club July 4th Golf Scramble. Kage was on one of the winning teams, 11 under winning

Sound system installed on downtown buildings

Eupora Rotary Club is sponsor By Collin Brister The Webster Progress-Times The Rotary Club of Eupora has sponsored and paid for a 100-watt public address amplifier with four exterior wall-mounted speakers to play music at the Eupora

PN Students receive pins

Webster County residents Jessica Rushing, Brandi Stewart, Jaime Hernandez, Chad Gary, Candace Bingham and Lacey Broadhead received their practical nursing pins June 27 in

3 vendors from Mathiston at Farmers’ Market

By Jane Collins, Manager Maben Farmers’ Market Three vendors from Mathiston were at the Maben Farmers’ Market on Saturday. Vicky Vaughn had baked fresh loaves of banana nut, blueberry and zucchini bread,

4-H youth, others visit Panama Beach

From Press Reports The Controllers Generation II 4-H Club, in conjunction with Catch the Falling Children, enjoyed the boardwalk in Panama Beach, Fla. The children hosted various

Calendar of Events & Church News

Keith Crenshaw Memorial Highway dedication slated The Mississippi Department of Transportation has announced that the “Keith Crenshaw Memorial Highway” dedication ceremony has been scheduled for 10:30 a.m. July 31 in Eupora. The dedication ceremony, commemorating the life of Officer Keith…

Visit to farm interesting, fun

By Terry Harpole MABEN — A visit to the Paul Gordon farm with a cousin on July 3 proved to be interesting, informative and fun too. Gordon, who married Robbie Golden, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Nim Golden,