Brantley Park community center sought

By Russell Hood
The Webster Progress-Times
A large contingent of people attended last week’s meeting of the Eupora Board of Aldermen in support of building a community center at Toby Brantley Park.

Robert Gibbs (Ward 4) and Junior Shaw (Ward … Read more

City buying new fire truck

From Staff Reports

City leaders have authorized the purchase of a new truck for the Eupora Fire Department.

Marc Flanagan of Pro-Fire Equipment, a fire truck and fire equipment retailer, brought a fire truck from Pierce Manufacturing to Eupora on … Read more

Celebrating Easter

Jackie McMullan’s PreK students

Eupora Elementary School prekindergarten and kindergarten students had fun celebrating Easter with an egg hunt and picnic.… Read more

Pennies for Patients


Eupora Elementary School raised over $1,800 for Pennies for Patients during the month of February. All money raised will go toward the Mississippi/Louisiana chapter of the … Read more

Local songwriter earns CDAF spot

Arey Wilson

From Press & Staff Reports

Starkville’s Cotton District Arts Festival revamped its annual songwriter competition this year, putting more emphasis on the writer than the song.

Andrew Rendon and Keatzi Gunmoney, co-chairs of the competition, created a showcase element for … Read more

Fun at Storytime


Storytime at Webster County Library on April 8 was filled with laughter. After a time of visiting with friends, … Read more

Lady Eagles lock up second place in region

Hannah McDowell makes the catch at 3rd.

By Austin Bishop
Webster Progress Times

The Eupora High School fast-pitch softball team assured itself of at least second place in Region 4-2A play with a convincing 17-1 win over Calhoun City on Thursday.

The win pushed EHS to 4-1 … Read more