Maben Methodist visits with GLC

GLC-Eupora residents enjoy songs by the Maben UMC choir.

By Terry Harpole
For the WPT

What better time, for a visit with the residents, and workers at Golden LivingCenter-Eupora than the month of April.
At Golden Living, the month of April is being celebrated as Happy Volunteer Month.
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Sophomore Diamond Warriors Honored

(EC Photo) 

Sophomores on the 2014 East Central Community College baseball team received special recognition during the regular season home finale with Lawson State Community College held Friday, April 18, 2014, at the Clark/Gay Baseball Complex in Decatur. The honorees are

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Tree down



District 2 Supervisor Pat Cummings uses a trackhoe to remove a huge pin oak tree from Spring Creek Road after

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SHAPE field trip


These fifth- and sixth-grade Eupora SHAPE students recently went on a field trip to the U.S. Space Center in Huntsville, Ala., and Helen Keller’s birthplace in Tuscumbia, Ala. The students are (from left)

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Library Easter egg hunt


Children at Webster County Public Library enjoyed an Easter egg hunt at the library on April 16 after Ms. Joyce had read “Easter Egg Hunt” by

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Area schools named as Value Added Schools

Assembled for recognition of the Webster County School District’s Value Added Schools are [front] Randy Hodges, PREPS board member;  Eupora High School teachers Teresa Whitaker and Janice May; East Webster Elementary School teachers Karen Tabb and Sheila Kirkman; EHS teacher Kris Parsons; Dr. Richard Blackbourn, ex-officio PREPS board member and dean of the MSU College of Education; [back] EHS Principal Laci Knight; Superintendent of Education Jack Treloar; EWES Principal Jim Ray; Federal Programs Director James Mason and EHS teacher Michael Knight. East Webster High School was also recognized for outstanding performance.

From Press Reports

Local schools from the Webster County School District were recognized at the statewide conference of the Program of Research and Evaluation of Public Schools for being named as a Value Added School.
More than 1,000 Mississippi schools’ … Read more