Mia Pogue of Amazing Grace in downtown Eupora said what she loves most about her job has nothing to do with clothes and accessories.
“I love the interaction with all of my customers and especially conversating and meeting new people daily,” Pogue said. “I have always wanted my own store, filled with the latest fashion and help others feel amazing!” Continue reading
Overall, Wanda Thomas said she feels The Old Stone Station has been a success, but it is still growing and evolving.
“It’s still in the building process, however, in both merchandise and in building my customer base,” Thomas said. “I still get a kick out of the expression on people’s faces when they enter the store for the first time and say, ‘I had no idea you had all this!’ Once they visit the store, they usually come back as a regular customer. I try to have something for everyone, thus, my store’s motto is ‘everything you love.’” Continue reading
It’s an occasion where chocolate makes everything better.
The sixth Annual Community Trunk-or-Treat event is set for 6-7 p.m. Oct. 31 in downtown Eupora. Trunks full of candy will be lined up along the “high side” of downtown Eupora for children to trick or treat in a safe, family friendly environment. The event will be held in the Family Life Center of First Baptist Church of Eupora in the event of rain.
Members from each church as well as several businesses, churches and organizations throughout the community will have their vehicles decorated for a “family-friendly” Halloween event. First United Methodist Church of Eupora and Eupora’s First Baptist Church will provide hot dogs and sodas for children attending. Major sponsors for the event include North Mississippi Medical Center, Bank of Kilmichael, Sonic Drive In, Golden Living Center and the City of Eupora. Continue reading
Rev. Ron McDougald said Ghuna Kumar is the “most bold and yet caring Christian” he has ever met “in terms of sharing the gospel and living it out.”
“Several years ago, I watched as he witnessed to a young waitress in an empty restaurant because he observed her nose piercing and used that as a way to open the door to talk about slavery in India and whose slave she might be,” McDougald said. “He led her to Christ that very night!” Continue reading
See some of these photos in the August 6, 2014 edition of The Webster Progress Times at http://websterprogresstimes.com/2014/08/06/highway-named-for-fallen-police-officer/