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EPD report – 11/12/2014

The Eupora Police Department investigated these charges during October:

Speeding, six; expired tag, three; no tag, one; no driver’s license, four; suspended driver’s license, five; improper equipment (headlight/taillight), two; no proof of liability insurance, nine; switched tag, one; careless driving, … Read more

Graham attends regional 4-H conference

From Press Reports

Have you ever had the opportunity to grow Blue Ribbon Goodness 4-H style?

Rose Coffey Graham of the Controllers Generation II 4-H Club had this great experience. She attended the 4-H Volunteer Conference of Southern States at … Read more

Vaughan’s Vocabulary – 11/12/14

Don Vaughan provides infrequently used words to strengthen your vocabulary.

The word that I have in mind and the name of an Irish dramatic author and actor begin with the same four letters. The name is pronounced “BOO-se-ko.” The word … Read more

911 Calls – 11/12/2014

Nov. 3
9:07 a.m., medical, Robinson Road; Tomnolen FD, EMS respond.
5:56 p.m., keys locked in car, South Street; Mathiston Police Department responds.
6:17 p.m., medical, Draine Road; EMS, Eupora Fire Department respond.
11:18 p.m., B&E, Waterworks Road; Eupora PD … Read more

Boy Scout citrus, apple sale underway

From Troop 30
Boy Scouts

Troop 30 Boy Scouts has started its fall citrus sale that will last through the month of November.

Delivery of the citrus is scheduled for about Dec. 8 or 10. Don’t miss out on this … Read more

Time Capsules – 11/12/2014

Compiled by Laura Lucius from WPT files

75 Years Ago: Nov. 16, 1939

Telephone System Enlarged Here
J.W. Redus of West Point, group manager for the Southern Bell Telephone Co., announced yesterday that work will start immediately on the installation … Read more

Auditor’s Office releases WCSD audit

From Press & Staff Reports

The Office of the State Auditor has released the Webster County School District annual financial audit for the year ending June 30, 2013.

“These audits are designed to identify and correct any financial and compliance … Read more

City to enforce blight law ‘to fullest extent’

By Russell Hood
The Webster Progress-Times

Mayor Dan Burchfield gave a blight improvement update to the Eupora Board of Aldermen on Nov. 3.

Seven properties in all have been identified as being in violation of the city’s blight prevention ordinance. … Read more

Juvenile faces 2 charges

From Staff Reports

The Eupora Police Department has charged a juvenile in connection with two crimes that occurred last week.

The 17-year-old male has been charged with petit larceny in the theft of a purse from First Baptist Church’s Family … Read more