EMCC’s Vaughan directs Williams play

The cast of “Suddenly Last Summer” at EMCC’s Golden Triangle campus consists of (front row) Liz Nolan, Samara Martin, Amanda Miller, (second row) Mia Bell, Ashley Boyd, Dustin Smith, (back row) Michael Faulkner, Charles Thompson, Najee Fisher, Rivers Roberson, theatre instructor and director Dr. Don R. Vaughan, Jordan Anderson, Johnny Douglas and Katelyn McNeese.

From Press Reports

A lesser-known play by Columbus native Tennessee Williams will make its Lowndes County debut next week at East Mississippi Community College.

The theatre program at EMCC’s Golden Triangle campus will present “Suddenly Last Summer” at the Lyceum … Read more

Trained as ushers


Four members of the Controllers Generation II 4-H Club were selected and trained through Mississippi State University Event Staff to serve as ushers at the Mississippi Golden Triangle Alumnae Chapter Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. Jabberwock … Read more

Mission Work Day set for Saturday

By Gwen Sisson

As a follow-up to last month’s Weekend of Encouragement, the Webster County Baptist Association is making plans for its first countywide Mission Work Day.

Martin Jacks, missions director for the Webster County Baptist Association, said each Baptist … Read more

Editorial Roundup – 04/01/2015

This federal case is a stretch

By Charlie Dunagin
McComb-Enterprise Journal

For decades — including during the civil rights era of the 1960s and a massive prosecution of county supervisors involved in kickback schemes 20 years later — federal law … Read more

EES Honor Roll

Eupora Elementary Honor Roll

Eupora Elementary School has released its Honor Roll for the third nine weeks:… Read more

Time Capsules – 04/01/2015

Compiled by Laura Lucius from WPT files

75 Years Ago: April 4, 1940

New Law Firm Locates Here
Coleman & Sugg is the name of Eupora’s new law firm that opened offices here this week.

The senior partner is the … Read more

Lady Bulldogs riding eight game winning streak

From school reports

The Holmes Community College Lady Bulldogs won all eight games they played last week to move to 9-5 in the MACJC North Division and 16-8 overall. HCC picked up a pair of doubleheader sweeps over Coahoma Community … Read more