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Blind Pig restaurant reopens

It’s been six months since the Blind Pig restaurant and bar closed its doors on the Square, but fans of the local establishment now have a place to return with its current venue in the Thompson House on North Lamar. (April 12, 2010, Page 6A)

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    Castle Hill expands restaurant

    Under new ownership, the Castle Hill Resort and Club will offer the same contemporary southern fine dining in its restaurant as well as opening its doors to its bed and breakfast guest rooms. It will continue to be a destination wedding spot, hosting large or quaint weddings for people all over the state. (April 12, 2010, Page 6A)

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      County, builder dispute ongoing

      The Lafayette County Supervisors were brought up to date at Monday’s meeting in regard to an ongoing dispute between the county and developer James E. Davis in regard to a T-shaped road inside the University Heights subdivision. (April 6, 2010, Page 1)

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        Movie Gallery closes permanently

        While Movie Gallery on University Avenue may have led some to believe they had closed in late December, they reopened after one week. However, this time, the closure may stick. With new signs throughout the store announcing that it will close and that merchandise is 20 to 50 percent off while still in stock, the final Movie Gallery in Oxford will close its doors. (April 5, 2010, Page 5A)

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          Oxford’s Walmart undergoes big changes

          Where’s the beef?
          And for that matter, where’s the peanut butter, the coffee, the gravy and the entire diaper section?
          Shoppers at the Oxford Walmart have been finding themselves asking those questions over the past few weeks and it’s probably the only thing they’ve been finding while the store undergoes a major renovation. (March 29, 2010, Page 6A)

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            Rate hike on horizon

            Flipping on your lights will cost you a few more cents next month.

            Electric bills are set to rise in April by about $3.80 a month for typical residential customers now that the Tennessee Valley Authority has approved a fuel-cost adjustment to cover fluctuating fuel and purchased-power costs.

            Despite the rise, customers will still pay less this April compared to April 2009, thanks to a continuous credit that’s been in place since October. (March 25, 2010, Page 1)

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              Pet stores coming to Oxford

              Two new pet stores are coming to Oxford this year. The first opening at the end of April focuses on healthy eating for your pets. The Memphis-based company, Hollywood Feed, has been around for over 50 years and is now beginning to branch out into new markets. The second is national chain PetSmart set to open at the end of the year. (March 22, 2010, Page 6)

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                Firearms dealer opens in Oxford

                Attorney Nathan Yow has recently opened Mississippi Auto Arms in the High Cotton building just off the Square. He’s specializing in tactical accessories, magazines, semi-automatic pistols, rifles, shotguns, suppressers and National Firearms Act items. (March 15, 2010, Page 6)

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                  New deli offers taste of New York

                  A little slice of New York just arrived to the Oxford Square thanks to David and Misti Skutnik. Fotino’s Deli, now located on South Lamar, is quickly becoming a popular lunch stop since it opened on February 15. (March 8, 2010, Page 5a)

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                    Job training helps young adults

                    The Arbor Education and Training Youth Services program helps 17- to 21-year-olds by providing a two-week intensive training for job search skills and academic remediation. When the training ends, the youth is placed in a 90-hour internship, paid through the program. A new group will begin on Wednesday in Water Valley at the Lawrence Turner Community Center.
                    For more information, contact Cotton at 234-3231 or by e-mail at noriecotton@arboret.com. More information on the program is also available at www.arboret.com.

                     (March 5, 2010, Page 2A)

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