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Jail Docket – 05/06/15

April 27
Billy Medders, DOB 02-07-71, WM; Eupora 5: suspended DL.
April 28
Christopher Halsdorf, DOB 01-09-81, WM; Webster 4: grand larceny and failure to obey court order.… Read more

Legals – 05/06/15

TRUSTEE’S NOTICE OF SALE
WHEREAS Cynthia Lutzenberger executed a Deed of Trust to Tower Loan of Mississippi, LLC, d/b/a Tower Loan of Eupora as beneficiary, with John E. Tucker as Trustee, which Deed of Trust is dated November 6, 2012 … Read more

Relay for Life success

Cancer survivors take the Survivor Lap.

CAROL TURNER

Relay for Life of Webster County was Saturday at First Baptist Church of Eupora’s Family Life Center. The location of the annual event was changed from the hospital walking track because of the threat of rain. “Let the … Read more

MDEQ recognizes enHance member Plymouth Tube

Plymouth Tube’s Bob Zelinka, Eupora Mill operations manager, and Billy Holland, wastewater lead, accept MDEQ’s “enHance Associate” award in Jackson.

From Press Reports

Plymouth Tube Co. of Eupora was proud to receive its “enHance Associate” award from the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality on April 16.

The company was one of two new members accepted into MDEQ’s enHance program for … Read more

Sales tax collections reported

From Staff Reports

Sales tax revenue numbers that reflect February sales are in from the Mississippi Department of Revenue for area municipalities.

The city of Eupora’s sales tax allocation is $38,222, which is up 16 percent from the same month … Read more

City negotiates for Roseburg building

By Russell Hood
The Webster Progress-Times

Eupora leaders have taken the first step toward the possible donation of the Roseburg building to the city.

The Board of Aldermen, during a special-called meeting April 21, voted to hire Calvert-Spradling to prepare … Read more

Sumners Foundation reaches major milestone

By Amanda Sexton Ferguson
Editor and Publisher
The Winona Times

WINONA – The E.H. Sumners Foundation has topped $100 million in tuition payouts for students in Webster, Choctaw, Montgomery, Attala and Carroll counties, according to John Sumner, attorney for the … Read more