MBS blood drive upcoming

From Press Reports


The road of life is often rocky and filled with unforeseen obstacles — like traumatic injuries, life-threatening injuries and major surgeries.

Blood donors help pave the way to recovery for patients by making sure blood is … Read more

Stotts addresses Mathiston Razmus Circle

From Church Reports


“Everything I learned came from Mr. Privette and Jimmie Lee Whitt,” laughed David Stotts, referring to two of his instructors at Wood Junior College.

Stotts, a 1972 graduate of Wood, now serves as the Mississippi Conference … Read more

EPD Report

The Eupora Police Department investigated these charges/incidents during June:

Speeding, 21; suspended driver’s license, one; disregard for traffic device (stop sign), one; expired tag, one; no insurance, four; DUI-1st (0.21 percent BAC), one; disorderly conduct, two; curfew violation, one; junk … Read more

Main Street program recommended for city

By Russell Hood

The Webster Progress-Times


A consultant, following a six-month study, has recommended that the city of Eupora establish a Main Street program.

Dianne Dyar presented her findings to the Eupora Board of Aldermen on July 1. The … Read more

Mulching easy way to conserve water in garden

By Lelia Kelly and David Nagel
Extension Horticulture Specialists
Distributed by Lisa Stewart, Webster County Director

This time of year, unless we have had adequate rain, the big chore in the garden is keeping things watered. One of the easiest … Read more

Mayor, aldermen take oaths of office

Loper, Burchfield, Gary, Shaw, Rumore, Gibson and Gibbs.

By Russell Hood

The Webster Progress-Times


Mayor Dan Burchfield and Eupora Board of Aldermen members were sworn into office Monday afternoon at the Community Center.

Aldermen taking the oath of office were Jerry Gary, at-large; Junior Shaw, Ward 1; … Read more

PN graduates


Webster County residents Kinsey Henderson, Chad Tedder and Donna Callahan graduated from the Practical Nursing Program at the Grenada Center of Holmes Community College on June 27.

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Mathiston Officials taking oath of office


On July 2, 2013 the Mathiston Elected Officials were sworn in by Judge Jerry Jones.

Pictured from left to right are: Chief Roger Miller, Alderman Lavelle McAlpin, Alderman Earl Frost, Mayor Jimmy Carden, Alderman Jeff Haney, Alderman Matthew Carden, Alderman … Read more

NMMC-Eupora welcomes students

Henderson and Sanders

From Press Reports


North Mississippi Medical Center-Eupora welcomed Holmes Community College student Kinsey Henderson and East Mississippi Community College student Terasa Sanders as they finish out their course of study by completing a preceptorship.

Students are required to work … Read more

Thunderstorm leaves wind damage

Cheryl Wells surveys damage at the home of her mother-in-law, Allene Wells of 3427 MS Hwy. 9. A large oak tree was uprooted, grazing her house, and at least two others trees in her yard were broken. She was not home at the time.

From Staff, Press Reports


A severe thunderstorm caused wind damage and power outages north of Eupora Friday evening. No injuries were reported.

The Eupora Fire Department responded to a tree on a residence with downed power lines on Mississippi … Read more