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Saturday, February 28, 2015

Alyssa Schnugg

Noah’s Law passes in state house

A bill to restrict the sale of caffeine pills from minors has passed the House of Representatives. The bill is named “Noah’s Law,” after 17-year-old Noah Smith who died late last year after taking caffeine pills. (February 5, 2015, Page 1A, 2A)

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    Oxford Square North to dress up building

    The owners of Oxford Square North were granted a revocable license by the Oxford Board of Aldermen on Tuesday to put windows and awning on the back of the building. (February 4, 2015, Page 1A)

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      Rezoning denied

      The Oxford Board of Aldermen denied a request to rezone the property where Oxford Wheel Estates mobile home park currently sits.

       (February 4, 2015, Page 1)

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        Whitaker named Teacher of the Year for OSD

        Paula Whitaker, a special education teacher at Oxford Elementary was recently named the Oxford School District’s Teacher of the Year.​

         (February 3, 2015, Page 1, 12)

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          Road work ahead

          Lafayette County Board of Supervisors approved the Road Department’s “battle plan” on road maintenance for the next four years.

           (February 3, 2015, Page 1, 12)

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            Water main break shuts down campus

            A water main break closed the University of Mississippi campus down until about noon Monday.

             (February 3, 2015, Page 1)

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              Website hopes to link students with gigs

              The Geeks n Gigs website is getting ready for launch and will give students a chance to earn a dime without sacrificing study time.

               (February 2, 2015, Page 1, 2)

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                Brown water may be costly to clear up

                The city of Oxford, much to the chagrin of many of its residents, has been battling brown water for decades, with documented occurrences dating back as far as 1942. (February 1, 2015, Page 1A)

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                  Knitters, young and old, enjoy fiber festival

                  Within one hour of opening the doors at the Powerhouse Community Arts Center, the annual Oxford Fiber Arts Festival was already beating its numbers from previous festivals.The festival, hosted by the Yoknapatwpha Arts Council and Knit1 Oxford, celebrated its fifth year this weekend. The popular event brings knitters, young and old, from across the region to the LOU community. (February 1, 2015, Page 1C)

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                    Bottletree Bakery celebrates 20 years

                    For 20 years, Cynthia Gerlach has been making Oxford just a little bit sweeter — one brioche at a time. Saturday marked the 20-year anniversary of Gerlach opening Bottletree Bakery. (February 1, 2015, Page 1A)

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