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Area churches have Pulpit Swap

By Terry Harpole MABEN — The old saying “While the cat is gone, the mice will play” did not have any meaning at all on Feb. 10 at two United Methodist churches in this area. The United Methodist churches have…

Church enjoys Souper Bowl lunch

By Terry Harpole MABEN — On Sunday evening, Feb. 3, when most people were home watching the Super Bowl, the people of Maben Methodist Church were not left out. Now under the pastorate of the Rev. Scarlett Shepperd, the Maben…

Children enjoy Valentine Party, story

By Dottie Dewberry For the WPT MABEN — There is nothing like the promise of a party to bring out the mommas, dads and grandmothers for the Friday morning story hour at the Maben Public Library. A grand total of…

From School Reports The East Webster winterguard “True Maroon” competed at the Mississippi Indoor Association’s Pearl show on Jan. 26. The 24 girls competed with their show titled “Sunlight” and placed third in their class. The winterguard will compete at…

Children make valentines at Story Hour in Maben

By Librarian Mary Boutwell Maben Public Library Children attending Story Hour at the Maben Public Library made valentines for their families on Feb. 1. Our story was “Mouse’s First Valentine.” It showed all the pretty things needed to make a…

EHS team attends Science Bowl

From School Reports Eupora High School’s Science Bowl team attended the annual Science Bowl at the Mississippi University for Women on Jan. 25. Competing with other schools from across the state, EHS students have the opportunity to apply concepts they…

Nelons performing at Tomnolen Baptist

From Press Reports The world-famous Nelons will be in concert at Tomnolen Baptist Church on Sunday starting at 10:30 a.m. The church is located 8 miles west of Eupora just off U.S. 82 on Greensboro Road. With numerable awards including…

D-WOW youth event upcoming at FBC Eupora

From Church Reports Organizers say local youth are in for a lot of surprises as part of this year’s D-WOW Weekend event. Set for Feb. 15-17, youth in seventh through twelfth-grades are encouraged to register for D-WOW for a weekend…