Education

Ole Miss mascot still confuses some staff, students

By Colleen Sewell and Jayson Kern UM Journalism Students   Few things get an Ole Miss fan arguing ...

News

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 ...

Lifestyle

Sunday’s Good Sense: It’s all temporary

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‘Commission on the Future of Northeast Mississippi’ to host regional meeting

CREATE Foundation’s Commission on the Future of Northeast Mississippi will host its annual state-of-the-region meeting Wednesday, May 8, ...

News

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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Teachers’ workshop to focus on environment education

ABCs of Environmental Education offered June 4-7 A teachers’ workshop in Lafayette County this summer will help teachers ...

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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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Congressman Kelly hosting Military Academy Day

U.S. Congressman Trent Kelly (R-Miss.) will host Military Academy Day in Oxford on Saturday, April 27, from 10 ...

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Fruge is semifinalist for Presidential Scholar

The Mississippi Department of Education announced last week that Oxford High School senior Charles Fruge is one of ...

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Sales tax holiday coming earlier

If approved by Gov. Tate Reeves, Mississippi’s back-to-school sales tax holiday this summer will be three days long ...

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Congressman Kelly to host Military Academy Day in Oxford

U.S. Congressman Trent Kelly (R-Miss.) will host Military Academy Day 2024 in Oxford later this month. The event ...

Sports

Regents JV track & field win district honors

Regents School of Oxford’s JV Track and Field teams completed their regular season schedule on Friday, April 12, ...

Lifestyle

Sunday’s Good Sense: Better to regret what you did than what you didn’t

A map of Mississippi displays 25 counties in red, six in yellow.

Lifestyle

Formosan termite swarms threaten large part of state

By Bonnie Coblentz MSU Extension Service Invasive Formosan subterranean termites were first found in the state 40 years ...

News

UM undergraduate’s air quality initiative at Central wins award

Dylan Barker, an undergraduate researcher at the University of Mississippi, has been awarded the prestigious Stamps Impact Prize ...

Education

Lafayette Quiz Bowl teams score big at state championships

The LHS Quiz Bowl Varsity and Junior Varsity teams competed at the NAQT State Championships on April 6 ...

News

OHS’s ‘Unified Sports’ basketball team hits the road

Oxford High School’s Unified Sports basketball team has the unique opportunity to travel. This event will be a ...

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OMS Choir All Superior

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High school drone competition this week

More than 325 students from Batesville, Grenada, Meridian and Ridgeland High Schools – along with schools from 13 ...

Lifestyle

Sunday’s Good Sense: The art of healing

By Susan Mah Therapist The Art of Healing: A Therapist’s View #dogs #mentalhealth

Lifestyle

Holly Springs’s pilgrimage tour makes comeback April 12-14

The Holly Springs Pilgrimage Tour of Homes will take place in historic Holly Springs April 12-14. The tour ...

News

Donations to UW down, needs in Oxford remain high

By Cody Farris and Meredith Lejcar Ole Miss Journalism Students     There is a growing concern as ...

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