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Everything is OK

Columnist Jim McCauley likes to hear everything is OK during his doctor appointments, but he’s not fond of what he has to go through first before hearing those words. (July 25, 2014, Page 1B)

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    Fun with Faulkner

    An exhibit of paintings by local artist Jason Heavner, also known as J-Man, focuses on writer William Faulkner. The series of paintings are profound, a bit profane and a lot of fun. (July 25, 2014, Page 1B)

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      Ruth Ball pays back her community by helping others

      This week’s Everyday Hero is NAACP Oxford Chapter president Ruth Ball. She is organizing the first Back-to-School Carnival that will give school supplies to local children in need. (July 25, 2014, Page 1A)

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        Untold story: High school football player who died after 1961 homecoming game injury remembered at 50th class reunion

        In November of 1961, students of the predominantly black Oxford Training School, that would be renamed Central High School in 1962, paraded around Oxford square with floats to the beat of a marching band showing their school pride and purple and gold colors. (more…) (July 23, 2014, Page 1)

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          Yesterday’s Papers takes a look at July 21, 1949

          The Oxford area was worried about the spread of polio and whether the community had a reliable source of power during this week 65 years ago. (July 23, 2014, Page 1)

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            Tidwell helps JA provide educational essentials to community

            This week’s Educational Excellence pick is Amy Tidwell. She is part of the Oxford Junior Auxiliary and will be overseeing the annual Stuff the Bus event to benefit children in Lafayette and Oxford School Districts. (July 22, 2014, Page 1)

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              The Dart – Oxford man, 81, has owned pet turtle since Kennedy administration

              In an ever-changing world where few things are permanent and long-lasting, it’s hard to imagine owning anything for 51 years. Most marriage don’t even last that long. But Oxford resident Tony Harris, 81, has a pet turtle that he plucked from the grass in 1963. (July 22, 2014, Page 1)

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                For Jarretts, helping others is a matter of the heart

                A year after John Jarrett retired and moved to Oxford with his wife, Mary, he was diagnosed with a heart condition.

                “When I was working, I got exhausted, sweated profusely and had a shortness of breath,” he said.

                He was diagnosed with blocked arteries. That led to a triple bypass surgery.

                During recovery Jarrett was told about Mended Hearts, an organization that offers hope to heart disease patients, their families and caregivers. Today, there are more than 300 chapters nationwide offering programs, support group meetings and educational forums that help people understand there’s life after a heart disease diagnosis. (July 18, 2014, Page 1)

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                  Early recollections of Oxford by the Rev. E.A. Smith

                  Historian Jack Mayfield revisits columns from another EAGLE writer, the Rev. E.A. Smith, who wrote several columns for the paper about Oxford’s history in 1910. (July 18, 2014, Page 2B)

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                    Voted No. 1, now let’s live up to it

                    Columnist Joanne Wilkinson is asking for everyone’s help to keep Oxford looking clean. (July 18, 2014, Page 1B)

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