By Austin Bishop
Webster Progress TImes
Two of East Webster’s last four slow-pitch softball wins have come in dramatic fashion, as the Lady Wolverines headed into Tuesday’s home match-up with Bruce with a 13-0 record.
The Lady Wolverines nipped Houston … Read more
A ribbon cutting was held Sept. 11 for Larry C’s at its new location in Eupora, 2801 Roane Ave. Participating are Evelyn Weeks, Kenny Holland, … Read more
By Librarian Mary Boutwell
Maben Public Library
Storytime started out good Friday at the Maben Public Library. We had eight children to attend.
We read a story about Chrysanthemum, a little mouse who started school. She was picked on because … Read more
EHS Alumni Association tent
The Eupora High School Alumni Association invites graduates of Eupora High to visit the alumni tent at the EHS Homecoming on Sept. 18 at Wofford Field.
Weight Watchers is starting a new class beginning … Read more
From school reports
STARKVILLE — No. 14 LSU (1-0, 1-0 SEC) beat No. 25 Mississippi State (1-1, 0-1) 21-19 on Saturday night in Starkville to open the 2015 Southeastern Conference season.
MSU’s senior quarterback Dak Prescott completed 34-of-52 passes for … Read more
Don Vaughan provides infrequently used words to strengthen your vocabulary.
I encourage you to visit the website titled Reader’s Digest: Word Power. This web page provides vocabulary-building words from its “Word Power” column, audio pronunciations and techniques to help you … Read more
From Webster County Justice Court
The Webster County Justice Court is offering a place to stay and a meal to anyone that has unpaid fines.… Read more
By Gwen Sisson
It is the stuff life is made of, and for 125 years, the friends and families of First Baptist Church of Eupora have celebrated weddings and funerals, baby dedications, anniversary and birthday celebrations.
All of the special … Read more
By Russell Hood
The Webster Progress-Times
The Eupora Board of Aldermen adopted the new city budget during its Sept. 8 meeting.
The budget for the fiscal year ending Sept. 30, 2016, was adopted with no discussion other than City Clerk … Read more
By Lelia Kelly and David Nagel
Extension Horticulture Specialists
Sow seeds of most perennial wildflowers, especially spring and early summer bloomers, in the fall from September through November.
They are naturally adapted to and benefit from fall rains and cold … Read more