Compiled by Laura Lucius from WPT files
75 Years Ago: Nov. 7, 1940
Didn’t Have to Hold His Nose But Once
Dr. W.A. Berryhill, Eupora longtime beloved “family” physician, nephew of Newton W. Berryhill, famous Backwoods poet, staunch American wit … Read more
From school reports
The season ended for the East Central Community College women’s soccer team Friday with a heartbreaking 2-1 loss to the Pearl River Community College Lady Wildcats in two overtimes in the semifinals of the Mississippi Association of … Read more
Don Vaughan provides infrequently used words to strengthen your vocabulary.
Listen to my two-hour morning show. Download the Tune In Radio app and find the station I am on by location: WGTC- Mayhew. At 7 o’clock, I play the national … Read more
1:35 p.m., tree and power line down, Hwy. 403; Mathiston Fire, Webster SO, MHP, 4-County EPA respond.
2:34 p.m., tree on power line, Hwy. 9; Natchez Trace EPA responds.
4:51 p.m., Fellowship Road; transferred to Choctaw County.
Oct. … Read more
THURSDAY, NOV. 5
7 p.m. — Grenada at Neshoba Central
6 p.m. — Lamar School at Winston Academy
Junior High School Basketball
6 p.m. — East Webster at Winona… Read more
From combined reports
The first touchdown of Derrick Jones’ collegiate career was a big one, as the former Eupora High School standout hauled in a 45-yard scoring pass from Chad Kelly late in the third quarter to break a 13-13 … Read more
David Kirkman Memorial Bull Ride
The second David Kirkman Memorial Bull Ride will be at 7 p.m. Nov. 7 at the Covered K Arena in Maben.
Come see top cowboys head to head on rank bulls shoot in out. Entertainment … Read more
By Austin Bishop
Webster Progress Times
The Lady Eagles of Eupora High School are set to begin the 2015-16 basketball season when they take part in the Calhoun City Classic on Saturday. EHS is set to play Coffeeville at 11 … Read more
Big gifts for big business
Editorial by Jack Ryan, Publisher of the Enterprise McComb Journal
A new report on economic development in 14 states shows in excellent detail how states have skewed taxpayer dollars toward large corporations instead of small … Read more
From Church Reports
Greetings again from Liberty United Methodist Church and our pastor, the Rev. Rochelle Ashford-Minor.
The year of 2015 is nearing its end and we plan to accomplish more things before that time.… Read more