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BMX track at mTrade Park to be removed to make way for water treatment plant

The unused BMX trail at mTrade park will soon be removed and turned into a water treatment plant. ...

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Memorial service set for couple who perished in Abbeville fire

A memorial service will be held Sunday for the Abbeville couple who died earlier this week when their ...

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Feb. 22 law enforcement activity reports

Oxford and Lafayette County crime reports from Feb. 21.  

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Ole Miss falls in home opener against Arkansas State

By Jeff Roberson Ole Miss Athletics Ole Miss hosted Arkansas State for its 2024 baseball home opener Wednesday, ...

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Oxford Conference Center brings in $850K in revenue in 2023

The Oxford Conference Center had a good year in 2023 and 2024 is looking bright as well. On ...

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OHS tennis beats Grenada in home match

By Bruce Newman Contributor Oxford defeated Grenada 6-1 in a home tennis match Monday. The Chargers’ Kaitlyn Urbanek ...

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Former Booneville basketball coach sentenced for child exploitation

A former Booneville High School assistant basketball coach was sentenced Wednesday to serve 10 years in prison following ...

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Feb. 21 law enforcement activity reports

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Grisham Fellows find UM family during visit

Laurel, Newton high school students meet faculty, staff, students; explore options for college By Edwin Smith University of ...

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2024 free parking dates approved

During their meeting on Tuesday evening, the Oxford Board of Aldermen approved the days when there will be ...

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Lafayette County supervisors consider special event permits

The Lafayette County Board of Supervisors is considering a new special event permit for events held in the ...

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Oxford unable to pursue legislation for Cedar Oaks

The city of Oxford will not pursue the change in Local and Private legislation considered at last night’s ...

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Saxophonist Kirk Whalum set to perform at Gertrude Ford Center on Tuesday

Grammy-winning saxophonist Kirk Whalum is coming to the University of Mississippi next week as part of Black History ...

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Mayor breaks tie vote to approve resolution to explore Cedar Oaks options

UPDATE from Oxford Mayor Robyn Tannehill: At 8 a.m. Wednesday, the city clerk received an email from Shane ...

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Some things can’t be explained, or can they?

By Steve Stricker Columnist Lent, March 2022, ongoing restoration by a team of 50 scientists of the Church ...

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Black History Month: Brave Marine died fighting to the end

By Gene Hays MSgt, USMC (Ret) Vietnam War – U.S. Marine Corps – Medal of Honor – Miguel ...

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Bill would establish wild turkey stamp

By Hunter Cloud The Daily Leader Rep. Bill Kinkade introduced legislation Monday to establish the wild turkey stamp ...

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Some things never change

By Jan Penton Miller My Papaw, the late William Carroll Palmer, Sr. could strike up a conversation with anyone. ...

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PERS casts a long shadow for lawmakers

By Sid Salter Columnist Mississippi Lt. Gov. Delbert Hosemann recently identified the long-term financial stability of the Mississippi’s ...

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No cure for regret at memorial service

By Harold Brummett  Denmark Star Route I have heard it said someone cannot miss what they have not ...