Library speaker


Merle Temple , author of “A Ghostly Shade of Pale,” was the guest speaker for Friends of Webster Library on Oct. 13. He spoke to the group about his new book and his philosophy of writing good fiction that everyone … Read more

‘Pride of Eupora’ qualifies for state competition


From School Reports

The Pride of Eupora Marching Band competed in the Mississippi High School Activities Association State Marching Festival for Region II in Grenada on Oct. 11.

This competition serves as a qualifying event for the MHSAA State Marching … Read more

Fire truck visit


Eupora Elementary School thanks the members of the Eupora Fire Department for visiting the kindergarten classes on Oct. 10.… Read more

Love of music brings Herring back to Eupora


By Gwen Sisson

Music has always played an important role in John Herring’s life.

Growing up, he was always around music and musicians. He grew up in junior high and high school band at Clinton High School and youth choir … Read more

Trunk or treat



First Baptist Church of Eupora’s Children’s Director Anita Russell collects some of the candy that will be used as “backup” for this year’s Trunk or Treat, set for 6-7 p.m. Oct. 31 in downtown Eupora. … Read more

Angel Tree


Webster County registration for the Angel Tree program will be Oct. 29 and 30 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Webster County DHS office, 53 Government Ave., Eupora. … Read more

‘Light Up Rotary’


Eupora Rotary Club President David Dabbs welcomes District Gov. Paul Bucurel of Meridian to the club’s Oct. 14 meeting. … Read more

Attend Luncheon


Residents from North Mississippi Medical Center-Eupora Long-Term Care attend a lunch at the home of Joy Lewis. … Read more

Tree honors Crenshaws


Bruce Walters of Green Thumb Landscape planted this shumard oak in front of the Eupora Police Department on Oct. 14. The tree is in memory of EPD Officer … Read more