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OMS students learn about CSI through UM outreach

Oxford Middle School Launch students had real-life experiences with crime scene investigation Wednesday when they participated in the University of Mississippi’s Visit Day for Forensic Chemistry. (April 12, 2015)

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    OMS students learn about leadership through elective class

    Jill Knox, a teacher at Oxford Middle School, provides seventh and eighth-grade students a way not only to grow as leaders, but also to cultivate a love of serving the community. (April 12, 2015, Page 1C)

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      Garden a great place for father-son bonding

      Publisher Tim Phillips writes about his memories of gardening with his father, former EAGLE Publisher Jesse P. Phillips and all that it means to him. (April 12, 2015, Page 4A)

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        Double decker buses an Oxford tradition

        The double decker buses Oxford and its community members use for so many things are getting a little old and cranky, and it might be time to replace one of them. We think it would be a good idea for groups in the LOU community who need fundraising projects to consider raising money to help purchase the next double decker bus to keep the tradition going. (April 12, 2015, Page 4A)

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          Women in business learn from others

          A group of women listened to the stories of local business Women Thursday during ​​the Oxford-Lafayette County Chamber of Commerce Women in Businesses panel discussion.​ (April 10, 2015, Page 8A)

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            Leisure Lifestyles volunteer returns a favor granted by faith

            Cora ​Booker volunteers at Oxford Park Commission’s Leisure Lifestyle program for adults 40 and up almost five days a week
            and believes volunteering is her gift back to God.

             (April 10, 2015, Page 1A)

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              OUT buses getting cramped

              As ridership on the Oxford University Transit continues to grow, elbow room on the buses is starting to shrink. (April 10, 2015, Page 1A, 3A)

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                OHS students use talents to learn, teach black history

                Six Oxford High School students used their talents and musical career aspirations to find a fun and creative way to teach others about black history by creating a Black History Month rap. (April 10, 2015, Page 1B)

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                  Neighborhood Code will help protect charm, character of Oxford

                  We commend city leaders for being proactive with protecting what makes Oxford special by working to implement a Neighborhood Code that would address quality of life issues such as litter in yards, furniture on roofs, cars parked in yards, et cetera. (April 10, 2015, Page 4A)

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                    A man’s home is his castle — until …

                    Local columnist T.J. Ray writes about the freedom one feels after paying off a car or, even more, your house, and then wonders how those in that situation feel when eminent domain or the ruling of a preservation committee all but tells them their home is not really theirs alone. (April 10, 2015, Page 4A)

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