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This week in Oxford history

This was a big week for local writers. Back in 1950, the city of Oxford honored William Faulkner for being awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. Back in 1990, Larry Brown resigned from the Oxford Fire Department in order to focus full-time on his writing. (January 7, 2015, Page 1A)

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    Sewing, quilting seem to be making a comeback

    With two rocking chairs outside the store, the Sit N Rock Quilt and Sewing Shop in Oxford at 1502 W. Jackson Ave. invites customers to come inside and buy crafting and sewing supplies, or just sit a spell. It’s where The Dart landed last week. (January 5, 2015)

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      Only in Oxford – Hilgard Cut

      Professor Eugene Hilgard made a big impression on Oxford and Ole Miss back in the mid-1800s. Hilgard’s influence in the community stretches from a small section of the rail line separating the University of Mississippi and Oxford to the tradition of erecting a Christmas tree during the holidays. (January 4, 2015, Page 1A)

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        Joys of gardening passed to the next generation

        Master Gardener Colleen McChessney’s love for gardening was passed down from her grandparents and recently enjoyed helping several youths in the Lafayette County Master Gardener Junior program as they explore their own love of gardening. (January 4, 2015, Page 3C)

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          Why I love retirement

          Columnist Joanne Wilkinson is enjoying retirement and the days of TGIF being behind her. (January 4, 2015, Page 2C)

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            1962 University High School wins conference championships

            Historical columnist Jack Mayfield says good bye to his old friend, Eddie Bonds who was part of the University High  baseball team that went 9-2 in the  spring of 1962. (January 4, 2015, Page 2C)

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              Hot off the press: Students write, design The Regents’ Roar

              In a day and age when the Internet poses a threat to newspapers because young readers have grown up with technology, a team of four local students at Regents’ School of Oxford decided to skip the web and start their own school newspaper – printed on real paper.  (January 2, 2015, Page 1)

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                Young folks help others: Under-30 age group no slouches at volunteering

                Tired of hearing people grouse about a tuned-out apathetic younger generation? Well, here’s a comeback: Today’s young Americans are more serious about giving back than their parents were. (December 30, 2014)

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                  Only in Oxford – Theora Hamblett and her home

                  Theora Hamblett of Oxford was a unique artist, and her home is one-of-a-kind as well. (December 28, 2014, Page 1A)

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                    Christmas Store distributed 1,200 gifts this season

                    The B.B. gun he received when he was 7, and the computer he got in the eighth-grade in the mid-1980s are the two most memorable Christmas gifts Jonathan Mattox received as a child. (December 26, 2014)

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