Category: News

GLC outings

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Residents of Golden Living Center-Eupora enjoyed … Read more

Smith places at MDOT Roadeo

MDOT District 1 Maintenance Engineer Matt Dunn; Roadeo backhoe competition winners Hollis Hurt of Ripley (second), Randy Chrestman of Houston (first) and Cody Smith of Eupora (third); and MDOT District 1 Engineer Mark Holley

From Press Reports

The Mississippi Department of Transportation held the District 1 Equipment Operators Roadeo on April 23 in Tupelo.

This annual competition and training event is a great opportunity to see how MDOT employees maintain and enhance their daily … Read more

V’s graduating class

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V’s Peace, Love and Happy Faces graduation will be at 6 p.m. May 14 at Tomnolen Baptist Church. … Read more

State Bible drills

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Eupora First Baptist Church youth Micah Gray, Greer Blaylock, … Read more

Holmes sets dates for tryouts

From school reports

The Holmes Community College baseball team, with finished 22-20 overall and 13-15 in MACJC play, will hold tryouts for the 2015-16 season on two consecutive Friday’s in May at 10 a.m at Charlie Donald Field on the … Read more

Last call for your destination —before catastrophe

By Bro. J.B. Rowe

When I was in service to my country in World War II, I rode the Trailway Bus System to camp and back. I would hear the station master say, “Bus to Jackson leaving in three minutes! … Read more

Constable candidate faces trespassing charge

By Russell Hood
The Webster Progress-Times

A court appearance on a misdemeanor charge is pending for a candidate for constable in Webster County.

Michael “Andy” Morgan is awaiting an initial appearance on a misdemeanor charge of trespassing. Justice Court Clerk … Read more

Calendar of Events – 05/06/15

In-house absentee voting
Webster County Circuit Clerk Deborah Hood Neal announces that the circuit clerk’s office in Eupora will be open from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, May 9, for in-house absentee voting in the May 12 special congressional election.… Read more

Editorial Roundup – 05/06/15

Counties like state inmates
Mississippi’s new corrections commissioner says it makes no financial sense to pay counties to house and work state inmates when he has open beds at the 17 state-run Community Work Centers.

Therefore, come Aug. 1, Marshall … Read more

Vaughan’s Vocabulary – 05/06/15

Don Vaughan provides infrequently used words to strengthen your vocabulary.

Sometimes my weekly column is based on something that I have recently studied, and that is the case for this week. William Henry Harrison (1773-1841) is the Tippecanoe in the … Read more