Category: News

Birth

Tony and Amanda Williamson of Mathiston announce the birth of a son, Keegan Elijah. Eli was born Nov. 8, 2016, at 9:38 p.m. at OCH Regional Medical Center. He weighed 8 pounds and 7.2 ounces, and was 20 inches long.…

Super Summer

Alana Hunter, Greer Blaylock and Chloe Westmoreland of First Baptist Church of Eupora attended Super Summer at Mississippi College in Clinton, July 17-21. The discipleship/evangelism leadership conference is designed to provide qualitative spiritual growth and help develop student leadership in…

“Camp Out” VBS

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Bark lice are harmless to trees

By Lisa Stewart Extension County Director Webster County Because YOU asked “I keep seeing groups of these insects (pictured) on the trunk of our crape myrtle trees. Are these things damaging my tree?” According to Dr. Blake Layton, no, bark lice…

Area youth elected AQHYA director

From Press Reports Bailey Carwile of Kilmichael has been elected as a 2017-18 American Quarter Horse Youth Association regional director. AQHYA national officers and regional directors play a major role in the youth association by planning events, participating in community…

Celebrate Independence Day

The residents of North Mississippi Medical Center Eupora’s Long-Term Care facility enjoyed an Independence Day celebration with festive Fourth of July snacks.

For a Good Cause

PHOTO BY PAIGE PERRIGIN Joeleigh Copley and her cousins, Zoey and Coby Claire Perrigin, sell lemonade for a good cause. Their lemonade stand was set up Thursday morning in front of Deweese Title Loan in Eupora. All proceeds went to…

Rehabilitation goal of Drug Court

By Russell Hood The Webster Progress-Times Rehabilitation of nonviolent drug offenders and helping people who want to help themselves is the goal of the district drug court, according to Circuit Judge George Mitchell. “It is a very good program,” he…

McMillian pleads guilty to manslaughter

By Russell Hood The Webster Progress-Times   A Eupora man awaits sentencing after pleading guilty to manslaughter in the shooting death of his brother nearly two years ago. Larry McMillian was scheduled to go on trial for first-degree murder on…

Downtown Event

RUSSELL HOOD/STAFF Meliesa Brown peruses hand-carved fully functional woodenware made by Dean and Dan Hall of The Crooked Handle Spoon. Manning the table are Sue and Dean Hall. T he Halls were set up inside BSA Interiors of 58 N.…