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January fire that claimed two lives ruled accidental

The fire that claimed the lives of two Oxford women in January has been ruled accidental, according to Oxford Fire Chief Mike Hill. The fire appeared to have been caused by a gas heater in the home. (April 12, 2011, Page 1A)

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    Youngsters enjoy yarn bombing

    Members of the Barksdale Boys & Girls Club of Oxford made their clubhouse a little more colorful Monday after an afternoon of yarn bombing. (April 12, 2011, Page 1A)

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      City OKs Katrina-cottage project

      The Colbert Jones property, once thought to be a contender for the new $300 million Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi instead moved forward with a nine-acre tract to be a residential subdivision for Katrina-cottage housing. (April 12, 2011, Page 1A)

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        Students enjoy high-tech story time

        Oxford School District students are working together through the use of Skype to help eighth graders teach first graders the love of reading. (April 12, 2011, Page 6A)

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          Education briefs

          • OHS Honor Roll
          • Hamid named to Natl Achievement
          • Oxford students serve as pages
          • Borne lecture canceled
          • Mullen, Ying make dean’s list
          • Oxford students inducted into Alpha Kappa Mu
          • Lollipops on display
          • Chamber Jr. Leadership program graduates
          • UM to dedicate Khayat Law Center Friday

           (April 12, 2011, Page 6A)

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            Masters at their craft

            Assistant News Editor Jeff Eubanks, an avid sports fans who just recently took up golf, committed to following the 2011 Masters from start to finish, and he came away with an even better appreciation for the game of golf and for those who play it at the highest level. (April 12, 2011, Page 4A)

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              Oxford’s first female police officer dies at 80

              Martha Quay Barton Hudson, 80, died Friday at Baptist Memorial Hospital. She was Oxford’s first unofficial female police officer who worked on the Square doing traffic control when Oxford Elementary was located where the U.S. Federal Building now stands. (April 11, 2011, Page 2A)

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                Waste day a successful event

                On Saturday, the Three Rivers Solid Waste Management Authority, along with the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality and the city of Oxford, held the annual Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day at the Oxford Conference Center. (April 11, 2011, Page 1A)

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                  Closing time for Downtown Grill

                  The Downtown Grill closed its doors on Saturday after 22 years in business. Oxford residents and co-owner Patty Lewis shared their memories of the grill. Boure will soon move its North Lamar location to the site. (April 11, 2011, Page 1A)

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                    Teaching saving tougher for parents these days

                    There are things parents teach, or attempt to teach, their children. One involves money – earning it, saving it, spending it, giving it to the needy, et cetera. Teaching saving, Editor Don Whitten writes, is getting tougher and tougher, especially with savings producing little to no return that would provide motivation and incentive. (April 11, 2011, Page 4A)

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