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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Alyssa Schnugg

PureRyde’s sign ordered to come down

A local business will have to take down its sign after the Oxford Board of Aldermen denied the company’s appeal from a previous decision from the Courthouse Square Historic Preservation Commission that ruled PureRyde’s sign was not appropriate for the downtown district. (September 23, 2014, Page 3)

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    No dees, please

    Residents object to proposed gas station near Cross Creek subdivision. (September 23, 2014, Page 3)

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      Ensure they are ABLE

      New effort by Lafayette County Literacy Council helps adults improve reading skills, whether for gaining a high school diploma or being able to read to their children. (September 22, 2014, Page 1, 2)

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        Technology makes staying in touch easier these days

        Oxford resident Marianna Ochs met her long-time pen pal, Pauline Dick from New Zealand for the first time in more than 50 years of writing back and forth to each other. (September 21, 2014, Page 1C, 3C)

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          Oxford revamps Humane Society agreement

          The city of Oxford has revamped its agreement with the Oxford Lafayette Humane Society as to how much money the city will provide the shelter that also provides animal control services for the city. (September 19, 2014, Page 3)

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            Old homes in good shape

            The Historic Properties Commission reports a successful first year of overseeing Oxford’s historic homes and museums. (September 19, 2014, Page 1, 2)

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              OTC announces grant recipients

              The Oxford Tourism Council approved several grants to local events that bring visitors to Oxford during slow periods and a new marketing plan from Visit Oxford as its regular meeting Wednesday. (September 19, 2014, Page 1, 2)

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                CVS bomb threat part of national scam

                The bomb threat made to the Oxford CVS store Wednesday was one of many that have been made across the nation in an attempt to fraudulently gain money from the pharmacy. (September 18, 2014, Page 2)

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                  TVA sets price hike

                  The Tennessee Valley Authority announced a 1.5 increase for power customers when it approved its FY 2015 budget in August. (September 18, 2014, Page 2)

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                    Bomb threat at CVS

                    Emergency responders were dispatched to the Oxford CVS on West Jackson Avenue at about 1:30 p.m. after a bomb threat was called into the pharmacy. The store has been evacuated and according to officials, no bombs or any immediate threats have been found.


                    Officers  secured the area and evacuated the building as well as the surrounding areas. The University Police Department was contacted to utilize their Explosive Detection K-9 to search the building and nearby vehicles.By 2:35 p.m. the command team determined the area to be safe and cleared the scene. Read the EAGLE Thursday for the complete story. (September 17, 2014)

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