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Oxford brewery helps ‘change’ Ole Miss NIL opportunities

By Ian Sparks and Cody Farris UM journalism students   NIL – short for the NCAA’s Name, Image, ...

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Old Two Stick building to be demolished

The Oxford Courthouse Square Historic Preservation Commission approved a request Monday from First Presbyterian Church to demolish a ...

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April restaurant inspections released

The Mississippi Department of Health conducted 70 food service inspections in Lafayette County between April 1 and April ...

Lifestyle

This year’s Double Decker broke attendance records

People came from across the country – representing 35 states and totaling 50,300 attendees for Saturday alone – ...

Lifestyle

Seafood Queen: Sola chef first woman to win state seafood competition

Chef Erika Lipe, owner of Sola Oxford, was named the winner of the Mississippi Seafood Cookoff in Gulfport ...

Lifestyle

Workshop will highlight MDA free resources

Event also features networking opportunities From YAC The Mississippi Development Authority (MDA) is driving up from Jackson for ...

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Baptist North Mississippi redesignated as ‘Baby-Friendly Hospital’

Baby-Friendly USA, the accrediting body and national authority for the U.S. Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative, has re-designated Baptist Memorial ...

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Aldermen extend alcohol sales for Cinco de Mayo

Residents and visitors to Oxford this Sunday will be able to buy alcohol later than normally allowed on ...

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Property Transfers

Property transfers between April 22-26, 2024, as recorded with the Lafayette County Chancery Clerk: Ben and Marybeth Brinkerhoff ...

Lifestyle

If you grow too fast, the moment won’t last

By Harold Brummett Denmark Star Route The Oxford Chamber of Commerce sent out an interesting email. “33 million ...

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Sheriff’s department expansion ready to break ground

Site-plan prep has started on the future new Lafayette County Sheriff’s Department building that will be added to ...

Arts

Another successful Double Decker in the books

Mayor says best ever; OPD reports moderate arrests The 27th annual Double Decker Arts Festival has won many ...

Health

Hemp bill loophole puts THC on shelves

Low-level marijuana sold in county stores A loophole in a 2018 bill has allowed actual marijuana to be sold ...

Lifestyle

Lady Landowners to host seminar, luncheon

Local ladies are invited to attend the free Lady Landowners seminar and luncheon next week. The event will ...

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Rhea Tannehill elected to serve as president-elect designee of the Mississippi Bar

Attorney J. Rhea Tannehill Jr., of Oxford, has been elected to serve as president-elect designee of the Mississippi ...

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Oxford Boys & Girls’ Nicholas Porter receives state award

Nicholas Porter with the L.O.U. Barksdale Boys & Girls Club of Oxford was recently awarded the Mississippi Part-Time ...

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Baptist North Mississippi offers new procedure to reduce stroke risk

Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi recently started offering a new procedure to help reduce stroke risk in people with ...

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Chicory Market grand opening Friday

On Friday, May 3, Chicory Market will host a grand opening and ribbon cutting in its new Mid-Town ...

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Second Chipotle to open Tuesday in Oxford

The Chipotle Mexican Grill is opening its second location in Oxford on Tuesday. The new restaurant will feature the brand’s ...

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Business school recognizes students for leadership achievements

By Stella Connell UM School of Business Administration The University of Mississippi School of Business Administration recognized its ...

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Innovate Mississippi’s CoBuilders program returns to Oxford

Aspiring business owners will have a chance to win start-up funds and get their ideas noticed by investors ...

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United Way taking applications for grants

Lafayette County has been awarded $16,357 in federal funding through the Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program ...

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