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Hospital project inches forward

After 18 months of negotiations, the $300 million new facility is moving forward as the City of Oxford and Lafayette County officials are hammering out details of the memorandum of understanding and then the contract with Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi representatives. (February 16, 2011, Page 1)

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    Local firefighters given Valor Award for heroic efforts

    Several Oxford firefighters were awarded for their valor and heroic efforts during a deadly fire in January where two woman lost their lives. The award was given to the firefighters on Friday in Jackson at the annual Mississippi Firefighters Memorial Burn Association banquet. (February 16, 2011, Page 1)

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      New animal shelter opens today

      The Oxford-Lafayette County Humane Society is opening the doors to its new 4,000-square-foot shelter today after spending the past three days toting the animals to their new home. (February 15, 2011, Page 1)

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        Time to shake ‘em on down

        The 16th annual Double Decker Arts Festival is shaping up to be one to remember. Festival organizers are putting together an all-star lineup of both musical acts and art vendors. Recently is was announced that one of Mississippi’s own, the North Mississippi Allstars, will be headlining Saturday night’s music festival. A full lineup is expected to be announced within the next two weeks. (February 15, 2011, Page 1)

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          Film fans flock to festival

          The 10-minute community film, “The Hanging of Big Todd Wade,” helped the Oxford Film Festival almost double its number of attendees this year, according to organizers.

          Film Festival co-director Michelle Emanuel said two screenings were planned for the short film, however, they had to show the film an additional four times to accommodate the crowd that showed up to see the film. (February 14, 2011, Page 1A)

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            Mapping out the future

            Charged with redrawing district maps to reflect the population changes revealed by the 2010 Census, the Joint Legislative Reapportionment and Congressional Redistricting Committee told local residents Friday the committee is committed to creating districts that are fair, legal and representative during a public hearing aimed at gaining community input into the redistricting process. (February 14, 2011, Page 1A)

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              No free parking on Square?

              During a work session Friday, Mayor Pat Patterson and the Oxford Board of Aldermen heard a presentation by Ron Hipp, chairman of the Parking Garage Committee, during which he suggested the city consider charging motorists 50 cents an hour for “premium parking” around the Square.

              Other topics talked about Friday included forming an investment committee on how to invest the $30 million the city will receive from Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi buying out of its lease with the city of Oxford and Lafayette County. (February 14, 2011, Page 1A)

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                Bonds OK’d for school updates

                With no one filing a petition against the Oxford School District’s plans to sell $3 million in bonds to renovate Della Davidson Elementary School and the Oxford Middle School, the city school board voted unanimously on Thursday to sell the bonds for the projects. (February 11, 2011, Page 1A)

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                  Illegal dumpers caught on camera

                  Lafayette County Solid Waste Manager Bobby Jones said his department has caught six people illegally dumping on developed land in the county using hunting, motion-detection cameras in “hot spots” around the county where they’ve seen repeated dumping violations. (February 11, 2011, Page 1A)

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                    Weather-related closings, updates

                    Officials with the Oxford School District and Lafayette County School District have anounced that the city and county schools will be closed again Friday due to the still hazardous road conditions in some parts of the community. The University of Mississippi will be open Friday. The “Telling Trees”  oral history project previously set for 6 p.m. Friday at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church has been canceled and will be rescheduled. (February 10, 2011)

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