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Maben Public Library displaying dolls

DOTTIE DEWBERRY
This is one of the dolls on display at the Maben Public Library.

By Dottie Dewberry
For the WPT

Years ago Juanita Sandiford, mother to Suretha Brooks, started collecting dolls.
Suretha inherited her love of doll collecting from her mother. Most of her dolls came from antique shops; a few of them are … Read more

Art Park sculpture

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Mike Hodges with North Mississippi Medical Center-Eupora’s Facility Operation created this structure for the BLY Fine Arts Center’s Art Park downtown as… Read more

‘It Could Have Been Worse’

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From Press Reports

On April 23, Ms. Joyce read “It Could Have Been Worse” by A.H. Benjamin and Tim Warnes, a story about a mouse who was having a bad day, but realized it… Read more

Hospital celebrates National Nurses Week

NMMC-Eupora nurses include (front row) Abbey Johnson, RN; Kelley Massey, RN, NP; Glenda Chandler, RN; (second row) Katy Frost, RN; Evelyn Easley, RN; Sandra Barry, CLPN; (third row) Ashley Fondren, RN; Kristie Lanthrip, LPN; and Liz Rico RN; (back row) William Georgia, CLPN.

From Press Reports

National Nurses Week is celebrated every year starting on May 6 and ending May 12, which is Florence Nightingale’s birthday. This week is a period of time to recognize the most trusted profession, and the good people … Read more

Lenten lunch

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GWEN SISSON

The Rev. Raleigh Richter of Lebanon UMC and Bellefontaine UMC spoke at the April 16 Lenten Lunch about repentance. The service concluded the Lenten Lunch series at Eupora’s First United Methodist Church. Richter said… Read more

Ice cream in a bag

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From Press Reports

The Eupora Head Start Center invited the parents to the center to make ice cream in a bag. They celebrated… Read more

Some Louisville patients evacuated to Eupora

Some of the damage to Winston Medical Center

From Press Reports

The University of Mississippi Medical Center reports medical responders in Louisville had taken 37 patients to various hospitals as of 8 a.m. Tuesday.
This followed the severe weather and tornadoes that moved through the state Monday. The … Read more