Category: News

Dabbs Family Pharmacy

Participating in the Aug. 14 ribbon cutting for Dabbs Family Pharmacy of Eupora are

Brisk sales at Maben Farmers’ Market

By Jane Collins Maben Farmers’ Market Saturday morning started off cool enough that the hot fried peach and apple pies tasted especially good to the folks who came early to the Maben Farmers’ Market. However, before the morning selling was…

Cain Clinic

Participating in the Aug. 14 ribbon cutting for Cain Clinic at its new location in Eupora are Mayor Dan Burchfield; Lisa Fulgham and Stan Blaylock of the Bank of Kilmichael; Chloe Burson, CFNP Hannah Pittman, Corey Murphy, RN and Office…

Church has busy day at motorcycle rally

By Terry Harpole STURGIS — Sturgis Baptist Church had a busy but enjoyable day Saturday. The church, pastored by the Rev Russell Mord, who is in his 14th year as pastor, has every year since his pastorate taken a big…

Wise-Reed Funeral Home

Grand opening and ribbon cutting for the new and remodeled Wise-Reed Funeral Home of Eupora was April 14.

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…