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Passing of the Queen stirs fond memories

By Steve Stricker Thursday, September 8 (Blessed Virgin Mary’s Birthday) after the 8:30 a.m. Mass, and after deciding ...

Events

You are what you eat: physician and chefs partner for anatomy inspired cuisine event

Jonathan Reisman is a physician and author from Philadelphia, PA, who teams with local chefs around the country ...

Crime

OPD Crime Report for Aug. 31

14 Tickets 7 Accidents ARRESTS 1 DUI 1st, Careless Driving, Expired Tag REPORTS 1 Alarm 1 Animal Complaint ...

Events

Gallery: Yoknapatawpha Arts Council hosts second line to honor Ronzo

Business

Pokémoto’s Hawaiian poke brings chef-inspired island flavor to Oxford

Local entrepreneur group CWD Enterprises, LLC announced the expansion of Pokémoto, a Hawaiian poke bowl restaurant concept, to ...

Columns

Take precautions for these Dog Days of summer

These Dog Days of summer cause outdoor lovers as well as pet lovers to take a few extra ...

Events

More Than a Market: Senior citizens receive free vouchers for fresh goods

For the first time ever, the Oxford Community Market hosted Senior Day for local seniors to sign up ...

Food

Kids keep busy during the summer with a flower and lemonade stand

Oxford is home to many local small businesses, owned and managed by familiar faces in the community. Over ...

Columns

Let the Church live loud

This morning as I sat quietly with the Lord contemplating all the things happening in the world and ...

Events

Plant It Forward: Oxford Garden Club works hard for the community

The Oxford Garden Club is planting its best foot forward and making itself known in the community through ...

Garden/Outdoors

Help swallow-tailed kites come home to Mississippi

Swallow-tailed kites are among Mississippi’s most striking birds with their contrasting black and white feathers and long V-shaped ...

Events

Sunday at The Grove: The Summer Sunset Series begins

The Summer Sunset Series kicked off on Sunday, June 5 with the 50th-anniversary celebration of the Yoknapatawpha Arts ...

News

St. John’s new pastor Mark Shoffner is making Oxford his new home

St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church’s new pastor is making Oxford his home and is looking forward to ...

Business

Sleepy Cactus puts a spin on tacos with its Tex-Mex-issippi cuisine

Formally known as Oxford Canteen, breakfast taco restaurant Sleepy Cactus officially opened its doors last weekend, providing the ...

Columns

A little perspective can change everything

As I scrolled through social media during the past week image after image of families celebrating special days ...

Events

Annual Landscaping Camp shows gardening enthusiasts the beauty of Oxford

The Oxford-Lafayette County Economic Development Foundation rolled out the green carpet once again for its 5th Annual Landscaping ...

Food

Inflation will make your Memorial Day BBQ more costly

The upcoming Memorial Day BBQ will be a lot harder on consumer wallets this year. Barbecue staples like ...

Events

Old Time Piano Playing Contest kicks off with Tunes Up Party

The Old Time Piano Playing Contest and Festival started the four-day event on a good note Thursday evening ...

Columns

The last car I’d ever want to own

This past Thursday after 8:30 a.m. Mass, walked into Don & Dale’s Barber shop for long-time friend Don ...

Letters to the Editor

Here’s to the pets who keep us on our toes

I’m certain many of you can relate when I tell you that our little dog, Carly, rules the ...

Events

Oxford chef wins in 2022 Mississippi Best Deviled Egg competition

The Mississippi Egg Marketing Board and the Mississippi Hospitality & Restaurant Association are pleased to announce the winners ...

Columnists

With a little effort we can still look our best

Nothing like an upcoming event to put things into perspective! It has been too easy to let those ...

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