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Cops, book store nab thief

A book thief, who was caught in the act last year at Off Square Books, was sentenced to five years of probation last month during the January court term of the Lafayette County Circuit Court. Read about the sting operation between the Oxford Police Department and the owner and employees of Off Square Books, and other cases settled during the court term in today’s EAGLE. (February 1, 2012, Page 1)

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    Ward 6 candidates share views

    The three candidate vying for the Ward 6 alderman seat met for a question-and-answer session with citizens Tuesday night at the Lafayette County & Oxford Public Library for an hour. Read about their views on a variety of subjects in today’s EAGLE. (February 1, 2012, Page 1)

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      DDES expansion now complete

      The Della Davidson Elementary School eight classroom expansion due to overcrowding is now complete and students and teachers moved into the new spaces in January. (February 1, 2012, Page 1)

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        Mom: Pardon of son’s killer unfair

        Norma Tallant Cain still misses her son, Scott Tallant, who was killed in 1991 by a drunk driver. Her pain has been amplified recently with her son’s killer being pardoned by former governor Haley Barbour earlier this month. Read her story in today’s EAGLE. (January 31, 2012, Page 1)

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          High school bids nearly complete

          Bids for the new Oxford High School will now move forward with plans for the Oxford School Board of Trustees to determine the best choice in March. (January 31, 2012, Page 1)

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            Baptist Memorial Hospital unveils new surgery robot

            Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi unveiled Da Vinci, the new surgery robotic system, Thursday during a ceremony held at the hospital. City officials, local doctors and other health care practitioners came to see the futuristic machine first hand. (January 30, 2012, Page 1A)

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              Freedom of speech comes under FIRE

              Ole Miss is now one of 16 college campuses green lit by the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education for their free speech codes which were modified after the KKK visited campus two years ago. (January 30, 2012, Page 1, 2a)

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                Neighbor enters smoking house to bring woman to safety

                Tonia Adams was driving home Wednesday when she saw smoke come out her neighbor’s home on CR 206, off Highway 30. Adams was able to help the woman, 89, safely out of the house that was destroyed by a fire that started on her stove. (January 27, 2012, Page 1A)

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                  State road projects hit snag

                  City and county officials were not pleasantly surprised when they learned MDOT doesn’t plan on starting construction on the Old Taylor Road roundabouts until 2015. Read about the confusion and the status of other local road projects in today’s EAGLE. (January 27, 2012, Page 1A)

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                    Kiwanis, county gifts help save life of LHS athlete

                    In 2008, the Oxford Kiwanis Club made it a goal to eventually have at least one automated external defibrillator in every school in Oxford and Lafayette County. However, they had hoped no one would ever have to use them. (January 26, 2012, Page 1)

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