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County to launch public transit service

Lafayette County and the Retired Senior Volunteer Program have teamed up to offer county residents who are more than 65 years old or disabled, free transportation to grocery stores, doctor’s appointments, etc. The program begins Tuesday. Call 232-2377 to schedule a ride. (September 1, 2011, Page 1)

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    Taking small, but tasty, steps to adulthood

    One of the steps to adulthood involves learning to prepare food for meals. News Editor Jonathan Scott and his family are working with his elder daughter to help her make the transition to cooking her own meals and filling out her own menu – while she’s miles away at college. (September 1, 2011, Page 4)

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      Letters to the Editor

      Al Povall writes to say that bar owners should incur the major portion of the cost of hiring addition policemen to help deal with unruly crowds during peak business hours and when the bars close. (September 1, 2011, Page 4)

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        Little storm cleanup aid for farmers

        Four months after tornadoes and high winds wrecked havoc in parts of Lafayette County, farmers and foresters are still left without much help in their cleanup efforts due to a lack of available funds. (August 31, 2011, Page 1A)

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          Judge seals response to Scruggs’ motion

          A federal judge issued an order Tuesday granting a motion filed by the government to seal its response to a motion filed by Richard “Dickie” Scruggs who is seeking to have his conviction and sentence overturned in the judicial bribery case known in the legal world as Scruggs II. (August 31, 2011, Page 3A)

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            City tweaks grant guidelines

            Filmmakers planning to film in Lafayette County and conferences planning to use the Oxford Conference Center are now eligible for the community grant in 2012 through the Oxford Tourism Council. (August 31, 2011, Page 1A)

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              Pondering the need for more local policemen

              Four more police officers, costing some $160,000 a year, were approved by city leaders to help patrol and control all that goes on in Oxford, but particularly in the Square area at night. Was it the right decision? Who should pay? Editor Don Whitten takes a look at the issue, nothing that there are at least two sides to the story. (August 31, 2011, Page 4A)

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                Letters to the Editor

                Jessica Perkins writes on behalf of the More Than A Meal program to thank the local churches, students, businesses and others in the community for helping make the Tuesday event possible. (August 31, 2011, Page 4A)

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                  Police pursue litterbugs

                  Five people were issued notices to appear in court for leaving trash in their yards by Oxford police officers. (August 30, 2011, Page 3)

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                    New high school design approved

                    With an increase in special education space, cooperative education and technical skills plus making room for a culinary arts class, the new high school design was approved with options to make changes during the bid process on Monday by the Oxford School board. (August 30, 2011, Page 1)

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