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2 face burglary, narcotics charges

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From Press & Staff Reports

An investigation into a trespassing call led to the arrest of two people on burglary and narcotics charges, according to the Webster County Sheriff’s Department.… Read more

Area author pens interactive Christian book

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From Press & Staff Reports

“Contemplative Drawing and the Gifts of Mercy,” a spiritual arts book by Sister Alies Therese, has been released nationwide. She makes use of artistic, powerful illustrations to enhance one’s journey with Christ.

Sister Alies served … Read more

Signing event

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Eupora High School senior Lamarcus Caradine (second from r.) signed with … Read more

Maben Farmers’ Market set to open

William Shaw serves a customer at last year’s market.

By Jane Collins
Maben Farmers’ Market

Plans are being made to open the Maben Farmers’ Market on Saturday, May 7.

Note the changes this season. The location will be W.O. … Read more

Telecommunicators Week

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April 10-16 is National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week. “Our 911 dispatchers in Webster County train very hard to provide everyone with professional assistance,… Read more

Local student in EMMC original play

“Eggplant” cast members [front row] Jordan Anderson (Steens), Sarah Marlin (Columbus), Tiffany Peevy (Columbus), Shanna Lehr (Caledonia), Madison Pouliot (Memphis, Tenn.), [back row] Moesha Clayborn (Steens), Zachary Chestnutt (Columbus), student director Rex Ames (Starkville), Ryan Jeffries (Ackerman), playwright Don R. Vaughan (Eupora), Stephen Malone (Columbus) and Hayden Steadman (Mathiston)

The East Mississippi Community College Golden Triangle campus Theatre Department presents the debut performance of “Eggplant,” a play written by former “Dark Shadows and “Gunsmoke” actress Kathleen Cody and Don Rodney Vaughan of Eupora, a local professor, playwright and radio … Read more

Eagles have big week on baseball diamond

Tanner Knight on the mound for Eupora

By Austin Bishop
Webster Progress Times

Eupora High School is hoping to keep a three-game winning streak alive as the Eagles took an 8-11 record into Tuesday when Winona was scheduled to visit.… Read more