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Jail docket

Sept. 22

George Ashford III, DOB 11-20-81, WM; Starkville PD: profanity or drunkenness in a public place.

Sept. 26

Amanda J. Hill, DOB 07-27-80, WF; SO7: possession of meth and bond surrendered by Larry Edwards (hold for Choctaw County).

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Baseball team selling tickets for fundraiser

The Eupora baseball team is preselling rotisserie chicken dinner plates for Oct. 4. The dinner includes half of a rotisserie chicken, slaw and baked beans.

The cost of the dinner is $10 and can be picked up on Oct. 4 … Read more

Forum will address human trafficking

From Press Reports

 

The Civic League of Mathiston will be hosting a public forum on the subject of human trafficking titled “In Our Backyard” at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 8, in Bennett Auditorium on the former Wood College campus.… Read more

Alumni baseball game upcoming at EHS field

The Eupora baseball program will be having an alumni baseball on Oct. 19 at 11 a.m. at the high school baseball field.

All former Eupora High School players are invited to register for this event. The cost to register is … Read more

Eupora looking to take advantage of open date

By Austin Bishop

The Webster Progress Times

 

One thing you can count on for sure — Junior Graham has a plan for this week.

The veteran Eupora High School head football coach plans to fully take advantage of the … Read more

Story hour about ‘house with a star’

Khloei Earley, Kali Huffman and Jacob Woodard sport their paper glasses

By Dottie Dewberry

For the WPT

 

MABEN — As fall approaches, leaves are turning colors, fruits are gathered in along with the pumpkins, squash, potatoes and gourds. On Sept. 20, Ms. Mary chose to read to the children the … Read more

Playground remembers past, celebrates future

EFUMC children, trustees and others take part in the ribbon cutting for “Little Saints Playground.”

For The WPT

 

The children of Eupora First United Methodist Church have another reason to celebrate with the renovation to their playground space.

Last November at the annual All Saint Celebration, the Rev. Trey Harper announced a plan to … Read more