Category: News

Eupora adds 2 new emergency vehicles

From Press and Staff Reports Both the Eupora Police Department and the Eupora Department have acquired new emergency vehicles in a continued effort to better their abilities to serve the citizens. The Eupora PD has acquired a 2015 Ford Interceptor…

4-County to begin pole inspections

From Press Reports Inspection and treatment of wooden 4-County Electric Power Association poles has begun in the Weir area. The six-week inspection of the approximately 5,300 poles will be performed by contract workers with Osmose. These workers inspect and treat…

High expectations abound for East Webster Wolverines

By Austin Bishop Webster Progress Times Everywhere they have looked since practice began on Aug. 3, the Wolverines of East Webster High School have found a target. “I have been putting targets everywhere,” said EW head coach Doug Wilson. “It’s…

Accelerated Reading

Eupora Elementary students have started another great year of reading with the

Panthers look for improvement along offensive, defensive lines

By Austin Bishop Choctaw Plaindealer There is no doubt where the French Camp Academy Panthers need the most help heading into the 2015 season. “Our biggest points of concern are the offensive and defensive lines,” said FCA head coach Nathan…

Chargers plan to spread around offensive wealth in 2015

By Austin Bishop Choctaw Plaindealer The Chargers of Choctaw County High School lost 16 seniors, including all-everything offensive machine Ja’Marcus Bradley off last year’s team, but veteran CCHS head football coach Adam Dillinger says his team will still have plenty…

ECCC Football ready for breakout season in 2015

After two years of laying the foundation for a successful football program, East Central Community College Head Coach Ken Karcher is optimistic his Warriors will be in a position to win more games in the 2015 season as preseason practices…

ECOM working in the community

From the Eupora Community Outreach Ministry Eupora Community Outreach Ministry has hosted two programs this summer with the youth in the community. The first one was a Bible drill in which the youth studied and were asked different scriptures to…

Library Friends host “Soil”

Jamie Kornegay, owner of Turnrow Book Co. in Greenwood, was the guest speaker at the Aug. 10 meeting of Friends of Webster Library. His first

Winston’s Graham excited about first season leading Patriots

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal It’s been a long time since veteran head football coach Junior Graham has found himself in this position. “I’m going into the season blind,” said Graham, who is in his first year as head…