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This week in Oxford’s history — Yesterday’s Papers

Ten years ago, the local community gathered for a public hearing on whether the area needed a public transit system, while 80 years ago local education leaders scrambled to keep their county schools open after they ran out of money and had to close the schools. (February 18, 2015, Page 1A)

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    Annual Oxford Garden Club event set Thursday

    Residents will be able to beautify their yards after the Oxford Garden’s Club annual benefit at 10 a.m. Thursday. The event serves as a fundraiser for a community project that will benefit everyone. (February 18, 2015, Page 2A)

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      Only in Oxford – Ventress Hall

      Ventress Hall on the campus of the University of Mississippi is one of UM’s most uniquely designed buildings. While it serves as the home of the College of Liberal Arts, it also contains some historic graffiti. (February 15, 2015, Page 1A)

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        Rev. Wayne Johnson — a pastor for the community

        Historical columnist Jack Mayfield continues his Black History Month series this week by writing about the Rev. Wayne Johnson, who was active in the Oxford community. (February 15, 2015, Page 2C)

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          Southern gardening’s magnum opus

          Anna Hall, local gardener, reviews the newly published book,” The New Southern Living Garden Book.” (February 15, 2015, Page 2C, 3C)

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            The world needs creative thinkers

            Columnist Milly West challenges everyone to see out creative answers to education and health issues plaguing Mississippi. (February 15, 2015, Page 3C)

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              Imam teaches community about Islam

              Dr. Mohamed ElSammani Hamid, imam of the mosque in Hickory Flat, gave a local group information about Islam and Muslims Wednesday in a presentation at the Oxford-University Club. (February 15, 2015, Page 5C)

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                Community joins together to help others

                Community members gathered at Oxford-University United Methodist Church on Thursday for a popular local fundraiser: Empty Bowls. The benefit for the local food pantry featured nearly two dozen soups for patrons to choose from as well as 700 handmade bowls. (February 15, 2015, Page 1C)

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                  Community Garden meeting set Monday

                  For those who have wanted to grow their own fruits and vegetables but haven’t had the space to do so, the members of the Community Garden Association may be able to offer a solution at its annual membership meeting at 5 p.m. Monday. (February 13, 2015)

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                    This week in Oxford history – Yesterday’s Papers

                    This week marks the anniversary of one of the worst ice storms in Oxford’s history as well as the week back in 1945 when the movie “To Have and Have Not” premiered in Oxford. The movie was notable because it featured a screenplay written by one of its own — William Faulkner. (February 11, 2015, Page 1A)

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