Love resigns as fire chief

From Staff Reports

Richard Love has announced his upcoming resignation as the city of Eupora’s fire chief.

He informed the Eupora Board of Aldermen on Sept. 2 that he would be resigning effective Oct. 1, according to City Clerk Gail … Read more

EWHS shows off new school

Brand speaks to the crowd

By Russell Hood
The Webster Progress-Times

MABEN — The spirit of cooperation that led to the new facilities at East Webster High School was a common theme throughout its open house program.

Hundreds gathered Sunday afternoon for the school’s open … Read more

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Lyn Blaylock’s speech class at Eupora High School presented demonstration speeches last week.

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Eagles rise to occasion to fly past Winona

Eagles in an earlier game.

By Austin Bishop
The Webster Progress Times

Eupora faced its stiffest challenge of the season last Friday night, and rose to the occasion posting a 35-14 win Winona to move to 3-0 on the season.

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Lady Eagles move to 8-1 with win over Houston

2014 Slow Pitch Front row L to R (Gracie Burton, Clara Beth McDowell, Patience Bingham, Brianna Davidson, Marleigh Abbott, Sidney Bailey, Savannah Kilpatrick, Kylie Richardson, Haylee McCrory, Annslie Steadman, Christiana Boren) Back row L to R (Coach Kinsey Rico, Lauren White (manager), Haley Farley, Lindsey Boren, Brittany Cooper, Addison Mason, Delta Claire Newman, Courtney Hatcher, Emily Littlejohn, Jameelah Marshall, Hannah McDowell, Marlee Ray, Khylar Cain,  Head Coach Kaley Harris, and Coach John Harris).

By Austin Bishop
The Webster Progress Times

The Lady Eagles of Eupora High School used a 16-hit attack to take a 7-2 win over visiting Houston last Thursday to move to 8-1 on the season.

Eupora was set to visit … Read more