ECOM recognizes Honor Roll students

Kailee Woodard, Kaden Pittman and Lenora Hughes were also recognized. Other students that received rewards were Adryanna Bell, Concordian Cork, Ashton Dumas, Zy Ford, Destin Gladney, Parron Hill, Lionel Mays, Elijah Shelton, Saniyah Shelton, Niqun Townsel and Corrina Windrick.

By Daniel Brunty
The Webster Progress-Times

The community-based organization Eupora Community Outreach Ministry recognized and rewarded students who are also members of local churches for making the A and A/B Honor Rolls for the first nine weeks at their … Read more

Shoeboxes from FCA

Officers with the Eupora High School Fellowship of Christian Athletes finish up the shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child. This is one of the service projects that the club participates in. … Read more

Long term care outing


Some residents from North Mississippi Medical Center-Eupora’s Long Term Care enjoyed an afternoon at the home of Reba Thompson making fried apple pies. Gathered are … Read more

Fall foliage



This maple tree behind First Baptist Church’s Family Life Center adds some vibrant fall color to downtown Eupora.… Read more

Community helpers visit Head Start Center

For the WPT

Sheriff Tim Mitchell and the Ambulance Service from North Mississippi Medical Center-Eupora visited the Eupora Head Start Center during “Community Helpers Week.”

The children were learning … Read more

Eagles fall 38-31 to Hollandale-Simmons in playoffs

Eupora’s Jalan Embry (9) and Al Dumas (13) corral Simmons’ Tokir Winters late in the fourth quarter of Friday’s game.

By Austin Bishop
The Webster Progress Times

When Jalen Embry hauled in a 19-yard touchdown pass from Trey Pittman in the fourth quarter to put homestanding Eupora up by two touchdowns, it looked liked the Eagles were about to advance … Read more

Halloween party


Residents at North Mississippi Medical Center-Eupora’s Long Term Care celebrated Halloween with a party and trick-or-treating with area children on Oct 31.… Read more

Friends of library


Friends of Webster County Library welcomed Joe Lee, author of “Director’s Cut,” to their November meeting at the Webster County Library. Lee discussed his newest book, a suspense novel based in a fictional town in north Mississippi. … Read more

C2C participants ready for work

Webster County Counseling to Careers participants include (front) Nicole Robinson, Janie Robinson, Quamisha Eichelberger, Vionica Johnson, (back) Coty Patterson, Randall Cunningham and Kaleb Yates. Keeyvontae Silas is also a program participant.

From Press Reports

Webster County students participating in the Counseling to Careers program have been attending classes focusing on work ethics for the past two months.

Classes stress the importance of good attendance, appropriate dress in the workplace, good attitude, … Read more

Calendar of Events – 11/19/2014

Quick Bites & More
Quick Bites & More are offered at the Webster County Extension Office on Thursdays, noon-1 p.m.

Please call 258-3971 if you would like to attend the Nov. 20 program, which is “Backyard Fruit Production.” Dr. Wayne … Read more