Seniors learn about organ, tissue donation

Pacific informs a class of EHS seniors about organ and tissue donation

From School Reports

LeighAnn Pacific, a senior at Mississippi State University majoring in communications and public relations, spoke to Eupora High School seniors last month about the importance of donation of organs and tissues.

Pacific has held numerous titles, including … Read more

$100 winner


Vera Goldman of Eupora was the winner of a $100 bill given away at Eupora Electronics … Read more

Lady Eagles pick up two more league victories

Marlee Ray gets the out at shortstop.

By Austin Bishop
Webster Progress Times

The Lady Eagles of Eupora High School kept up their winning ways on the fast-pitch softball field last week, earning a pair of Region 4-2A victories.

EHS won a 9-7 thriller over Bruce on … Read more



Children from FBC Eupora learn that God loves them in G-Force (children’s worship) each Sunday morning. Join children in grades kindergarten through sixth grade in G-Force that begins each week at 11 a.m. … Read more

JOY Club learns about Operation Christmas Child

From Church Reports

They are dedicated volunteers and as part of the March JOY Club potluck lunch at First Baptist Church, Gerry Hood and Reba Thompson shared their passion for Operation Christmas Child and offered ideas for a variety of … Read more

Salad luncheon benefits Relay for Life

Cook and Holder

From Church Reports

First Baptist Church of Eupora’s Relay for Life team held its annual salad luncheon last Friday in the church fellowship hall.

People from the church and throughout the community enjoyed a wide variety of salads and desserts. … Read more

‘His Last Days’ an impactful experience

The play includes a cast of nearly 100 people.

By Gwen Sisson

The Rev. Matt Tucker said portraying Jesus in the play “His Last Days” at Kosciusko First United Methodist Church for years has been impactful.

“Try carrying a cross, literally, while some high school kids whip you,” Tucker … Read more