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Church Directory, Oxford and Lafayette County

Thanks to our sponsors for helping support the 2024 updated Church Directory: Baglan Electric, Abbeville Bank, McKenzie Little, ...

Ice carving Saturday, Dec 16

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Lighted Christmas tree ice sculpture on display

Vernon Barker and Scott Gelarme of Culinary Ice Creations sculpted a large Christmas tree out of two 300 ...

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Chipotle’s second location, construction update

Construction on Chipotle Mexican Grill is well underway at Sisk and Commonwealth Blvd in Oxford Commons. Crews continue ...


Oxford showcased as model heartland city at summit

Oxford was showcased as a secret sauce community at the 2023 Heartland Summit, an event dedicated to fostering ...

Oxford Commons Residents Debate PUD Changes Amidst Traffic and Safety Concerns at Board of Aldermen Nov. 7 Meeting


Oxford Commons debate highlights safety concerns

Oxford’s Board of Aldermen convened on Nov. 7 to a packed room of residents eager to voice their ...

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What’s happening in Oxford this weekend – Oct 12 – 15

Thursday, Oct. 12 – Saturday, Oct. 14 – 12th Annual Blues Festival Lafayette County Arena at 70 F.D. ...

Oxford Commons Residents Debate PUD Changes Amidst Traffic and Safety Concerns at Board of Aldermen Nov. 7 Meeting


Controversy surrounds Oxford Commons development proposal

On Oct. 9, the Oxford Planning Commission rejected proposed modifications to the Oxford Commons Planned Unit Development (PUD) ...


Oxford’s first microbrewery, Circle and Square Brewing Company, now open

Circle and Square Brewing Company opened Sept. 1  and is the first microbrewery in the city. The business ...


Oxford Community Unites to Honor Fallen Heroes on Memorial Day

By Jimmy Durham Oxford residents came together this year in a heartfelt and solemn Memorial Day ceremony, sponsored ...


Best of Oxford votes coming in

Voting for the favorite businesses, services and professionals in the Best of Oxford 2023 is underway, and the ...


Forever thankful for mean parents

By Les Ferguson, Jr. My parents were mean. I know I’m not the only person who has ever ...


Cofield’s Corner: Some heady Oxford days happened in 1949 and 1950

By John Cofield Some heady Oxford days happened in 1949 and ’50. Intruder in the Dust was being ...


Gallery: Yoknapatawpha Arts Council hosts second line to honor Ronzo


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 ...


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 ...

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Pocket Park Progress: City estimated to have new park by the fall

Demolition of the RSVP area is almost complete and the city will open bids for the pocket park ...


Oxford City Pool memberships to return with price increases

The weather is still a bit chilly out, but Oxonians can expect it to heat up as we ...


Here In Spirit: Artist Anna Murphy unveils mural of Princess Hoka

If you park in the City of Oxford’s Parking Garage on Jefferson Avenue, from now on you will ...


Fresh and Local: OXCM celebrates spring with community-wide event

Sunnier skies and safer times mark the return of Oxford Community Market’s annual celebration of spring at the ...

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Commission approves COA for St. John’s future rectory for priests

Plans for St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church’s new rectory have finally received the Historic Preservation Commission’s stamp ...


A healing Spring Break

Ole Miss’ Spring Break stirred thoughts of a much-needed therapeutic respite of mine a few years ago. After ...

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Lent begins with Ash Wednesday services

The season of penance and preparation Christians celebrate prior to Easter begins today with Ash Wednesday. Mardi Gras ...

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