EES students win Eagle Bucks

$100 winners

From School Reports

A number of students in each grade at Eupora Elementary School were second-semester Eagle Buck winners.
Each classroom teacher gave $25 worth of prizes. EES thanks

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Crenshaw among fallen officers remembered

Cpl. Keith Crenshaw of Eupora was among fallen officers remembered at this year’s law enforcement memorial for Mississippi officers who lost their lives in the line of duty. Eupora Police Department representatives paying respects at the May 13 ceremony in Jackson are Officer Derek May, Cpl. Mitch Jackson, Chief Gregg Hunter, Administrative Assistant Milinda Norwood, Sgt. Donald Card and Cpl. Lawrence Caradine.

From Press and Staff Reports

The Mississippi Association of Chiefs of Police and the Mississippi Attorney General’s Office hosted the fourth annual Mississippi Fallen Law Enforcement Officers’ Candlelight Vigil on May 13 at the memorial wall across from the state … Read more

Eupora athlete chosen to compete in State Games

By Austin Bishop
The Webster-Progress Times

Rising senior Trey Pittman of Eupora High School will be one of 18 baseball players from District 4 to take part in the State Games of Mississippi all-star tournament that begins in Meridian later … Read more

Delegates, clergy busy at UMC Conference

From Liberty UMC

Greetings from Liberty United Methodist Church under the pastoral leadership of the Rev. Rochelle Ashford-Minor.
Last week was a busy week for the clergy and lay delegates of the Mississippi Conference of the United Methodist Church. The … Read more

911 calls

June 2

7:58 a.m., alarm, Oak Tree Lane; Eupora Fire Department responds.
12:56 p.m., alarm,

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Vaughan’s vocabulary

Don Vaughan provides infrequently used words to strengthen your vocabulary.

What is a noun for a slender, graceful woman or girl (this word is in the title of a Nathaniel Hawthorn story)? James Joyce in Ulysses uses a two-syllable word … Read more