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JUMP SAM JUMP: How a life-altering decision allowed Sam Kendricks to conquer the world

Editor’s Note: This was the cover story for the 2020 edition of the Profile Magazine Every child growing up has that one dream; aspirations to ... Read more

3 days ago by Jake Thompson.

SALTER: Social Security clock is still ticking

Understanding the impact of Social Security on Mississippi’s economy and on our people is a heavy lift. Let’s start with the basics. Nationwide in 2019, ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Oxford Eagle Contributors.

Thacker Mountain Radio Hour to welcome back audience with Grove show

The Thacker Mountain Radio Hour is welcoming back an audience for the first time with the show in the Grove on Sunday. The show will ... Read more

1 month ago by Jake Thompson.

‘Never too old to fall in love’

By Neely Mullen Like many newlyweds, Loretta Ray can pinpoint the moment she knew she would marry her husband, James Ray. “The third or fourth ... Read more

1 month ago by Staff Report.

JA invites kids to a Square Safari

By Hayden Wiggs The Junior Auxiliary of Oxford is hosting its second annual Safari Around the Oxford Square this summer from Friday, June 4, to ... Read more

1 month ago by Staff Report.

Oxford artist’s work on show in Hamptons

Mississippi native Emily Brown’s artwork is being featured in the J. Mackey Gallery opening group exhibition, “The Deep End of Peace” on now through July 5 in ... Read more

1 month ago by Staff Report.

HAMMING IT UP: Francis Bacon is the Pig of Price Street

Francis Bacon, the pig of Price Street, went from a movie set prop in Los Angeles to the most talked about addition to Oxford in ... Read more

2 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Oxford Food Trail

It is no secret that Oxford is on the map for the richness of its food scene that includes award winning restaurants, celebrated chefs and a diversity of food than ... Read more

2 months ago by Rebecca Alexander.

Summer Sunset Series returning to The Grove

After a year away due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Summer Sunset Series is returning to its original home next month. The annual community event, ... Read more

2 months ago by Jake Thompson.

First Regional Library announces summer reading program

First Regional Library’s annual Summer Reading Program starts June 1, 2021. Read more

2 months ago by Staff Report.

Oxford Film Festival announces leadership for 2022

The Oxford Film Festival has found its leader for 2022. Last week, festival organizers announced Jim Brunzell III as the interim Executive Director for the ... Read more

3 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Pop Up Oxford Spring Edition begins this week

With sporting events filling up the calendar and the absence of the Double Decker Arts Festival for a second straight spring, Visit Oxford decided to ... Read more

3 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Planning Commission approves Isom Place to become event venue

Isom Place, one of Oxford’s oldest homes, will soon be able to host weddings and other events. During Monday’s meeting, the Oxford Planning Commission approved ... Read more

3 months ago by Jake Thompson.

“Greetings from Oxford” mural to be completed this month

Oxford’s second mural will be completed later this month, featuring iconic scenes from Oxford as well as references to cultural and historical imagery. The artwork, ... Read more

4 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Oxford Film Festival names 2021 winners

The Oxford Film Festival concluded its first in-person event in two years on Sunday with their traditional awards ceremony. Unlike the previous 17 years, where ... Read more

4 months ago by Jake Thompson.

The Pantry names L.A. Davis 2020 Volunteer of the Year

Last year was a trying time for The Pantry of Oxford and Lafayette County, but L.A. Davis was a constant presence who made sure residents ... Read more

4 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Oxford Film Festival set for in-person return this week

For the first time in two years, the Oxford Film Festival will be screening movies for live audience.  Next week, OFF returns with an in-person ... Read more

4 months ago by Jake Thompson.

FROM THE KITCHEN TO THE FRONT PORCH: Remembering Angelo Mistilis

Angelo Mistilis would sit on the front porch of his house on North 14th Street and talk to anyone who came by, but now, that ... Read more

5 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Best of Oxford 2021 Nominations Now Open

Each year, thousands of votes are cast in the Best of Oxford contest as Oxonians weigh in on their favorite businesses, restaurants, services and places. ... Read more

5 months ago by Rebecca Alexander.

Double Decker Arts Festival canceled for 2021 due to COVID-19

For a second straight year, the Double Decker Arts Festival will not take place. The decision was announced by Visit Oxford on Tuesday, following the ... Read more

5 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Supermarket Sweep: Regents School of Oxford holds fundraiser to benefit Interfaith Compassion Ministries

Trey Tatum scouted Larson’s CashSaver on Friday, but when running around the grocery store on Saturday, he still felt a little bit of panic. For ... Read more

5 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Oxford Community Market asks City for help in increased rent

The organizers of Oxford Community Market are getting help from the City of Oxford to help with financial relief due to an increase in rent ... Read more

6 months ago by Jake Thompson.

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