With the cooler temperatures this week, Oxford and Lafayette County residents realize that Ole Miss football is close. For many, including myself, it also means that hunting season is near and I can start getting items in preparation for opening day.
Columnist T.J. Ray shares some interesting food choices from around the world.
Managing Editor Rob Sigler goes road trippin’ through his old stomping grounds in the Mississippi Delta (August 6, 2015, Page 4)
Shopping is one of the factors that makes Oxford a unique place to visit. The city is home to many boutiques and stores that you’ll find nowhere else in the state, and some consider it a shopping destination. (July 28, 2015, Page 4)
I turned 50 … and soon will be 51 … last year and what I have noticed (besides the fact I now have hair growing on my ears) is that my patience has gotten better than it was 20 or 30 years ago while the patience of those around me has steadily gotten worse. (July 27, 2015, Page 4)
Oxford’s residents and frequent visitors usually only hear or read positive accolades about our Lafayette-Oxford-University community. Oxford is often viewed as the perfect place to live.
EAGLE City Editor Alyssa Schnugg adjusts to living alone for the first time. (July 23, 2015, Page 4A)
EAGLE Editor Stephanie Rebman expresses her experience fostering rescue animals and preparing them for new homes. (July 23, 2015, Page 4)
Managing Editor Rob Sigler asks: Is it just me, or does it seem the world has gotten more offensive? And I don’t mean “offensive” in the sense of Peyton Manning tossing touchdown passes. I mean “offensive” in that more and more folks are getting their feelings hurt — or at least claim their feelings are hurt. (July 16, 2015, Page 4)
There is no doubt in my mind that there were more than a few people who were upset when they picked up their EAGLE newspaper Tuesday, June 30, and saw a front-page article of the first same-sex marriage taking place in the Lafayette County courthouse. (July 13, 2015, Page 4)