Category: News

Eupora Head Start Center reopens

By Amanda Sexton Ferguson The Winona Times WINONA — Two area Head Start centers, including Eupora’s, were to resume classes today, according to a spokesman from the Office of Head Start in Washington. Eupora and Lexington Head Start centers were…

VA Center team coming to Eupora

From Press Reports The G.V. “Sonny” Montgomery VA Medical Center’s Rural Health Outreach Team will set up a mobile health clinic Jan. 28 in Eupora.

Fire claims life of Eupora man

By Russell Hood The Webster Progress-Times Family members described Charles E. Gary as someone who was always smiling and never met a stranger. The 64-year-old Eupora man died of injuries sustained in a fire at his mobile home at 60…

Note burning

Walthall Baptist Church held a note-burning serving for

Spencer to sing at Soul’s Haven Church

From Press Reports Kevin Spencer will be singing at Soul’s Haven Church at 6 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 17. A love offering will be received. Refreshments will be served in the fellowship hall immediately following the singing. Pastor James Caffey and…

Lady Eagles win two behind big week from Morton

By Austin Bishop Webster Progress-Times Jabrieya Morton came close to notching a coveted triple-double twice last week as the Eupora High School girls basketball team picked up a pair of wins to improve to 5-8 on the season. Morton had…

Local GED graduates set new goals

From Press Reports At the age of 46, Eupora resident Tammy Ranae Miley is ready to begin a new chapter in her life. She was among 18 Launch Pad adult basic education students who received their GED diplomas Dec. 15…

Christmas parties

Christmas parties were held at the Webster County 911 Center on Dec. 18

Attends 4-H conference

The Controllers Generation II 4-H Club co-leader Jameka Coffey Harkins (l.) attended a workshop at the 4-H Multi-State Conference in Arkansas in November. Rose Coffey Graham and Christine Kelly also attended the workshop.