Kidneys filter excess water and wastes out of your blood. They also assist with controlling blood pressure and make hormones your body requires to stay healthy.
If your kidneys are unhealthy or damaged, wastes may build up and … Read more
Landowners in Mississippi wanting to create or restore longleaf pine stands can apply for financial assistance with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service.
The Longleaf Pine Initiative is offered under the Environmental Quality Incentive … Read more
In support of an ongoing anti-bullying initiative at a Starkville middle school, nearly two dozen Mississippi State University education majors planted seeds of kindness, literally and figuratively.
Early in the spring semester, Armstrong Middle School sixth-graders initiated … Read more
The Eupora High School Class of 1964 has scheduled a reunion for the weekend of May 23-25.
Organizers invite anyone who was ever in this class, was friends with someone in the class, or was close to … Read more
Superintendent of Education Jack Treloar presented a “State of the School” address to the Eupora Rotary Club on April 15.
“I’m very, very proud of our schools,” he said, pointing out that the Webster … Read more
Eupora saw a 5.7 percent increase in sales tax collections during February.
The city reported $32,891 in sales tax for February, compared to $31,113 for the same month in 2013. Since the state fiscal year began July … Read more
The Webster County Supervisors received a response regarding a proposed land swap with the village of Walthall during its second monthly meeting Monday.
The meeting began with the board going into executive session for … Read more