Month: November 2015

Trail of Faith

TERA RAY Tyler Smith makes his way through Eupora on Maddie “Mad-Cap” Blaylock en route from northeast Louisiana to Washington.

Clinic hosts trick-or-treaters

Providers and staff at Eupora Pediatric Clinic provided candy for some early trick-or-treaters the day before Halloween.

Vigil to raise awareness of lung cancer 

By Chelle F. Stephenson For the WPT November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month and if you want to help make profound change for lung cancer – the time is now! We will be hosting a Shine a Light on Lung…

Rotary honors Student of the Month

From Staff Reports Taylor South is the Eupora Rotary Club’s Student of the Month for November. She chose Teresa Whitaker as Teacher of the Month. They were honored at the club’s Nov. 3 luncheon.

Former Oktibbeha County sheriff’s portrait hangs in Starkville library

By Terry Harpole Back in the late ’90s, before the Harpole Family Reunion near Maben, dairy farmer Fred Blocker of the Oktoc community near Starkville and the Starkville Masonic Lodge loaned a painting of William Thomas “Bill” Harpole to be…

Springfield excited about getting chance to play on next level

By Austin Bishop Webster Progress Times While Bailie Springfield got a chance to live one of her dreams when she signed to play softball for Delta State University on Thursday, there is another goal she is focusing on as well.…

Longview Opry

Jim Henry shows a plaque sent to the Longview Opry from Gov.

Interact project

Students from the Eupora Rotary-sponsored Interact Club at Eupora High School work to create fishing and sewing kits for Operation Christmas Child.

Wolverines set for North State title game at Baldwyn

By Austin Bishop Webster Progress Times Nov. 27 has been a long time coming for the East Webster football team. “Ever since June 1 this Friday has been on our minds,” said EWHS head football coach Doug Wilson. “Our goal…