- Laney Mays to attend Governor’s School
- Dexter Lee wins Crouther Scholarship
- Felicity Flesher wins scholarships
- Six FFA members compete in state competition
- Free math workshops to be offerd at NWCC
- Bullying meeting in August
- Tailgate fundraiser set for Boys and Girls Club
- Locals make MSU honor rolls
- NWCC scholarships announced
- OHS honor roll
The Oxford Pathways Commission is putting together an application to bid for the Safe Routes to School national conference that would bring 600 attendees from across the country to Oxford in August 2011. (June 22, 2010, Page 2)
Powerhouse, 14th and University Ave. ”Where I Begin” fundraiser for Oxford Film Freak’s independent film and announcement
of Oxford’s new Film Fund. Live music, free food and Cathead Vodka.
Cash bar also available. Suggested donation $5. Raffle prizes also
available. E-mail email@example.com for more information. (June 22, 2010)
The University of Mississippi College of Liberal Arts has teamed up with Americorps to be a host site for a newposition designed to fight poverty in north Mississippi.
UM is accepting applications for the Volunteer In Service to America — or VISTA — employee now. THis is a one-year, full-time position that includes free housing, a meal stipend, health benefits and an education grant which can be used for graduate education or to repay student loans. (June 21, 2010, Page 1)
Finding that special gift for that special someone may be easier now with the opening of Miss Punkin’s. Located on Highway 334, owner Emily Burton moved back of Oxford after owning a store in Olive Branch for two years. (June 21, 2010, Page 5)
The University of Mississippi College of Liberal Arts has teamed up with Americorps to be a host site for a new position designed to fight poverty in North Mississippi.
Currently taking applications, the Volunteer In Service To America — or VISTA — employee will be a one-year full time position that includes a living allowance, health benefits and an education grant which can be used for graduate education or to repay student loans. (June 21, 2010, Page 1)
A tree has its own memories — its own stories. If it could share its story, the magnolia tree in front of the U.S. Federal Building on Jackson Avenue could help solve a mystery of when it was planted. (June 18, 2010, Page 1B)
Staff writer Melanie Addington says we need to take positives out of the recent story about 16-year-old Abby Sunderland’s attempt to sail around the world rather than heap criticism on her and her parents. It’s hope for the future that makes Sunderland’s story one to read, Addington writes. (June 17, 2010, Page 4)