Month: September 2014

Lady Wolverines eye key region match

By Austin Bishop The Webster Progress Times Whoever wins Thursday night’s slow-pitch match-up between visiting East Webster and homestanding New Hope will have the upper hand in the region standings — at least for a week. Seven days after the…

Eagles move to 5-0 on the season

By Austin Bishop The Webster Progress TImes Veteran Eupora High School head football coach Junior Graham was a pleased man following his team’s 35-0 win over Byhalia on Friday night. “I thought our defense set the tone early and made…

FBC Eupora offers The Daniel Plan

By Gwen Sisson The Daniel Plan will challenge participants to make healthy choices. “The Daniel Plan is unique in that it is quite simple,” said Reba Thompson, program facilitator for First Baptist Church of Eupora. “Dedicate your body to

East Webster responds to loss with win over Caledonia

By Austin Bishop The Webster Progress Times The East Webster coaching staff learned a little about their Wolverines last Friday night. “I think the guys really responded to the challenge,” EW head coach Doug Wilson said of the way his…

Sibley to perform at Ackerman church

By Press Reports Alan Sibley will perform at Ackerman Church of God on Saturday, October 4, 2014 at 6pm. There will be a Bean/Soup/Bread supper before the concert beginning at 4:30pm. The proceeds will go toward the church building fund.

‘Itsy Bitsy Spider’

Spiders were everywhere at the Webster County Public Library as Ms. Pat read “Itsy Bitsy Spider” to the children during storytime on Sept. 17.

Justice receives MSU teaching award

Dr. Cheryl A. Justice, assistant professor in the Department of Counseling and Educational Psychology, has been awarded the Cindy Rose Teaching Award for 2014 in the College of Education at Mississippi State University.

EHS Homecoming 2014

  Eupora High School celebrates Homecoming 2014 with a parade and pep rally. The festivities were held downtown on Sept. 12.