Events

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 ...

Events

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 ...

Events

Easter in Oxford: Observing the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus

Holy Week is coming to an end and Easter is just around the corner. Local churches and Christian ...

Columns

Take time to count Easter blessings

Our weather changes somewhat abruptly from day to day, and keeps us on our toes figuring out what ...

Columnists

Spring break offers microcosm of life

My column last Saturday was more than just a fun exercise in creative writing for me about a ...

Education

Lafayette County Master Gardeners announce second series of gardening lectures

Lafayette County Master Gardeners announce the second in its series of spring gardening lectures.  On Thursday, April 7, ...

Columns

We don’t have to walk alone

The brisk March wind whistles through the eves on the house and the chimes on the back porch ...

News

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 ...

Events

2022 Youth Explosion teaches local youth about mental health, safety

Local youth from around Oxford gathered at the Stone Center on Saturday morning for the Youth Explosion ’22, ...

Events

Crafting a legacy: Greg Harkins on his legacy and his craft

Most people want to leave a lasting impression on others or even the world about them. They want ...

Columns

A healing Spring Break

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

Columns

Spring signals return to garden and its bounty

Now that it’s spring, we want to get out and dig in the dirt, plant some flowers, and ...

News

Malco Theatres pledge Box Office Proceeds to Ukrainian Relief Effort

Starting Friday, Mar. 18, many leading U.S. movie exhibitors like Malco Theatres will begin to play Oles Sanin’s ...

News

Artists begin work on large mural to honor Chickasaw maiden Princess Hoka

Work has started on Oxford’s latest large-scale outdoor mural. Anna Murphy has begun the painting of an approximately ...

Business

Spring Three Blind Wines coming April 12

The Yoknapatawpha Arts Council announces the addition of a Spring Edition of its annual event, Three Blind Wines. ...

Business

Oxford Film Festival announces filmmaker appearances, new family film presentation

The 2022 Oxford Film Festival (In-Person on March 23-27, Virtual on Mar. 27-Apr. 3) announced the attendance of ...

Education

The Next Generation: LCRP discuss race, activism with Georgetown students

One small group of Georgetown University students sat before the Lafayette County Remembrance Project committee to discuss the ...

Columns

In spring, this man’s fancy turns to cars

According to Alfred, Lord Tennyson, “Locksley Hall,” “In the Spring a young man’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts ...

Columns

Spring break is on the horizon

Spring is on the horizon.  How do I know this?  Well, here comes daylight saving time, a sure ...

Business

OHS senior Zoe Rubenstein crowned as Miss Hospitality

Oxford has found its newest and brightest Miss Hospitality for 2022 in Oxford High School senior Zoe Rubenstein. ...

Events

How about some bitters, bites and fun ways to learn? 

The Yoknapatawpha Arts Council is excited to announce that it will be partnering with two of Oxford’s finest ...

Columnists

There’s much to appreciate in Mississippi life

I really enjoy bringing things back to life. There is so much pleasure in my gardener heart when ...

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