Category: News

Legals – 04/06/2016

SUBSTITUTED TRUSTEE’S NOTICE OF SALE WHEREAS, on 24th day of September, 2010, Henry H. Brownlee executed a certain Deed of Trust to Alan E. South, Trustee for the benefit of Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems Inc., as nominee for Urban Financial…

Obituary – Mr. Jimmy Cain

Eupora, MS   Mr. Jimmy Cain, 72, retired warehouse manager with Nabisco Corp., died March 30, 2016 at North Ms. Medical Center in Eupora, Ms.

Obituaries – 04/06/2016

Johnny B. Hill March 18, 2016 Graveside services for Johnny B. Hill, 55 of Eupora were March 19, 2016, at Bluff Springs Cemetery in Webster County.

Full Webster Progress Times Electronic Version 03/30/2016

Includes our Annual Profile Edition! We now have a subscription service for our website. If you are a current print subscriber, please email us at bookkeeping@winstoncountyjournal.com with your name, email address and mailing address, and you can access this content as part…

Head Start to remain in for-sale building

By Russell Hood The Webster Progress-Times Although the property that houses Eupora Head Start is for sale, the center will remain in that leased location. Tenhet Real Estate is advertising the property for sale at the bottom of Page

Family Fun Day

PHOTOS BY LAUREN SMITH Children scramble for eggs and slide down an inflatable jumper during Saturday’s Family Fun Day at Gary Park. The egg hunt and other children’s activities,

Local doughnut shop nears 1-year anniversary

By Gwen Sisson For Steve and Ann Trice, it’s all about love, family – and as they say, “who doesn’t love doughnuts!” On May 1, Sugarland Donuts and More in Eupora will celebrate its first year in business, and the…

Writer Gore Vidal had ties to Webster County

By Michael Lind The Smart Set Recently, while packing for a move, I came across a letter that Gore Vidal sent me from his home in Ravello, Italy, in the late 1990s. Vidal, a slight acquaintance, had provided me with…

‘Spring Grab Bag’ drawing held

From School Reports Members of the Eupora High School Student Council recently sold $1 chances for their annual “Spring Grab Bag” fund-raiser.