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Honor rolls and education briefs

  • Lafayette Upper Elementary School and Lafayette High School released their first nine weeks honor rolls.
  • Della Davidson to host book fair
  • OMS choir fall concert set Nov. 11
  • OUS to honor veterans
  • LHS AFJROTC to offer turkey sales
  • OHS to stage “She Stoops to Conquer”
  • Red Cross teaches third-graders to be prepared with Pillowcase project
  • Wilson joins Phi Theta Kappa
  • UM Museum explores Greek drama
  • Sorority donates to breast cancer
  • GED testing set at NWCC
  • Brown scholarship recipient announced

 (November 2, 2010, Page 6, 7)

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    Residents debate Oxford’s future

    How to build a sustainable Oxford is the topic of discussion underway now with the Sustainability Conference Monday through Wednesday. Issues and areas of concern were explored at the conference’s opening town hall meeting Monday evening at the Lyric Theater and members of the Sustainability Design Assessment Team oversaw the process. (November 2, 2010, Page 1)

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      Conroy returns for book signing

      Best-selling author Pat Conroy returns to Oxford on Wednesday to sign copies of his new book, “My Reading Life.” The signing will be at 5 p.m. at Off Square Books. (November 2, 2010, Page 3)

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        Conroy’s latest work gives valuable insight

        It’s been said that you can get a quick fix on someone by seeing what he or she reads. Editor Don Whitten points out that’s not always easy to do, but is with one of the South’s favorite authors, Pat Conroy, whose latest book, “My Reading Life,” takes readers on a trip through his library and education to see how and why Conroy writes as he does. Conroy will be in town Wednesday to sign copies of the new book at 5 p.m. at Off Square Books. (November 2, 2010, Page 4)

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          Keeping It Simple

          Championship basketball coach John Wooden’s book “Wooden on Leadership” reminds local columnist Jimmy Reed about how his father used to teach the same basic lesson for life – that taking care of the small things and keeping it simple help take care of the big things. (November 2, 2010, Page 4)

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            Polls open at 7 a.m.

            Midterm elections generally don’t bring high percentages of voters out to the polls.

            “Typically in the past it’s been fairly low,” said Lafayette County Circuit Clerk Mary Alice Busby.

            But this year, Busby expects the turnout to be higher.“We’re had a much large amount of absentee voters for this election,” she said.

            All 18 voter precincts will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday. The deadline to register to vote has passed and Busby said there are no last minute registrations.

            There are 24,235 people registered to vote in Lafayette County. (November 1, 2010, Page 1A)

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              Jobless rate inches up

              Lafayette County’s unemployment rate inched up from 7 percent in August to 7.1 percent in September. (November 1, 2010, Page 6A)

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                Scarecrows take over Wellsgate

                The Wellsgate Owners Association sponsored a scarecrow contest which wielded three winners on Sunday. The Ol’ Man River by 7-year-old Catherine Creekmore won $100 for first place; Shelby Proudfoote (of the shire) by Sam Davis won $50 for second place and Panty Thief by Janie and Joe Byrd won $25 for third place. (November 1, 2010, Page 1A)

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                  Going slow on alcohol sales

                  Even though the Mayor’s Alcohol Task Force recommended the city expand alcohol sales to Sunday the board itself appears to be taking a more cautious approach to the issue. The board discussed the issue on Friday along with a new fire truck and expanding Jackson Avenue near City Hall to allow for two-way traffic. The board could add Sunday sales to the agenda for Tuesday but has yet to do so. (November 1, 2010, Page 1A)

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                    School plans – great; timing – not so good

                    Timing is important, sometimes even more important than you’d think. The timing in last week’s announcement by Oxford School District officials about their $54 million long-range capital improvement plans may have come a bit too close to the recent passage of a $30 million bond issue. Editor Don Whitten wonders if waiting, two months – or even two weeks – might have been better. (November 1, 2010, Page 4A)

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