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Governor signs law designed to help victims

A domestic violence-related bill  was signed into law recently by Gov. Haley Barbour that will make it a misdemeanor  criminal offense for someone to prevent a victim from seeking emergency medical or law enforcement assistance. (March 1, 2011, Page 1)

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    Murder trial to be moved

    Due to a high amount of publicity, a Lafayette County Circuit Court Judge has ordered the murder trial of Caleb Corrothers to be moved to another county. Corrothers is charged with killing Frank and Taylor Clark in July 2009. (March 1, 2011, Page 1)

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      Oxford LEEDs the way

      The new Oxford High School will be built to LEED standards to promote a more green lifestyle. The school will be the first in the state in K-12 education to move forward with the green construction. (March 1, 2011, Page 1)

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        Taste of Oxford to raise funds to benefit St. Jude hospital

        A fundraiser for St. Jude will be held at the Library Bar and Grill on Wednesday at 7 p.m. For a $50 ticket, attendees can enjoy a sampling of food from around Oxford, live music and an auction. For information, visit (March 1, 2011, Page 3)

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          Education briefs

          • OHS Parade of beauties set Saturday
          • LHS band boosters to meet
          • Walking Wednesdays return
          • Literacy Carnival set Wednesday
          • LMS yearbooks on sale
          • Children’s concert set Monday
          • Toles selected for Who’s Who at USM
          • Student Soloists Concert set Monday
          • LMS hosts CSI night
          • Projects sought for UM Big Event
          • LES sets kindergarten registration
          • Oxford High School History Club takes home 11 awards
          • Naron named to represent WV School District in Miss. Teacher of the year program
          • Women’s history month program set Wednesday
          • OMS releases honor roll

           (March 1, 2011, Page 6, 7)

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            Frugality Is Fun

            In this materialistic, card-swipe age, frugality and thrift are often ignored. Local columnist Jimmy Reed points to his upbringing and his Mama’s mindset as he writes that America’s sub-motto should be: Frugality is fun. (March 1, 2011, Page 4)

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              The failed U.S. Postal Service

              Guest columnist Paul L. Westerfield takes on the U.S. Postal service, noting that it seems more self-serving than providing a reasonably-priced and productive service. He cites junk mail, unions and overpaid leaders as problems that need to be solved. (March 1, 2011, Page 4)

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                More help for the homeless

                Homeless Task Force met on Sunday to discuss continued goals and projects already in place and plan for future projects aimed at helping reduce the amount of homeless and displaced persons in Lafayette County. (February 28, 2011, Page 1)

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                  Meals made for hungry kids

                  More than 700 volunteers from around Oxford and the University of Mississippi helped prepare 142,000 meals that will be shipped off to Kenya this summer as part of the Feed the Hunger Pack-A-Thon that took place this weekend in the old Walmart building, located next to the Malco Theater. (February 28, 2011, Page 1)

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                    Carol closes doors after 38 years

                    Carol’s Thrift Shop closes this Friday after a half off clearance sale after 38 years in business. (February 28, 2011, Page 3)

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