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ICM could get county help

The Lafayette County Board of Supervisors discussed several topics at their regular meeting on Monday at the Lafayette County Chancery Building that included getting help for Interfaith Compassion Ministry through legislation; receiving a bus stretcher conversion kits to help transport several people at one time during a catastrophic event, and an update on the Winchester Centerfire plant. (March 8, 2011, Page 5)

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    Lafayette works to improve test scores

    With state testing on the horizon, Lafayette School District is working hard to improve test scores now that they are under academic watch. (March 8, 2011, Page 1)

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      Clay named OSD administrator of the year

      Jeff Clay, Oxford Elementary Principal, was recently honored as the administrator of the year for the Oxford School District. (March 8, 2011, Page 6)

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        Education briefs

        • DDE honor roll
        • OUS Fundraising Auction set Mar. 26
        • Locals named to UM honor roll
        • Ravine becomes training center
        • Conner named to president’s list
        • Freeman named to dean’s list
        • FFA to host career event
        • Coleman named teacher of the year
        • UM professor named to federal committee
        • Law school wins moot court
        • Ortiz receives international recognition
        • Locals honored at Rust college
        • White to attend Governor’s School
        • Cotelo named Barksdale award winner
        • OSD orchestra concert tonight
        • OES names February’s Shining Stars
        • BES Spring Book Fair this week
        • Pittman elected class favorite
        • Snow days scheduled
        • Regents helps pack meals
        • College Board honors Webber-Colbert

         (March 8, 2011, Page 6)

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          Three of this, three of that – lots of threes

          Remember the saying that “good things come in threes”? Start thinking about that just a bit and you can really see a list start to grow of things with three members, three parts, three words, et cetera. Editor Don Whitten makes out his list, from TV networks to musical groups to sports connections, and then wonders if readers might have a few more to add. (March 7, 2011, Page 4A)

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            Letters to the Editor

            Mickey and Mary Smith write to recognize the city employees who help keep Oxford beautiful, while North Mississippi Regional Center Director Sandy A. Rogers writes to express the concern NMRC has about the possible relocation of the local hospital to a site west of Oxford. (March 7, 2011, Page 4A)

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              Smelly situation stinks up Brittany Woods

              Officials believe illegal dumping into a waste water treatment plant in front of the Brittany Woods subdivision might have caused the horrible spell plaguing residents in the last week or two. (March 7, 2011, Page 1A)

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                Leaders balk at Hwy. 6 site

                Members of the Oxford Board of Aldermen and Lafayette County Board of Supervisors have expressed concerns about one of the proposed sites for Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi’s new proposed hospital. (March 7, 2011, Page 1A)

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                  Where should the hospital go?

                  Since Baptist Memorial Hospital care Corp. announced its plans to build a new $300 million facility in Oxford, rumors about proposed locations have popped up all over town. The Oxford EAGLE takes a look at the some of the possible sites. (March 7, 2011, Page 1A)

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                    Angel Ranch changes direction

                    Since Feb. 1, Angel Ranch has been providing long-term care to six females, 14 to 21 years old, who were the victims of domestic violence. This marks a change in the type of person the nonprofit agency has been providing its services. Since it began in 2006, Angel Ranch had been serving younger children by providing an emergency shelter for children who were victims of child abuse and neglect. (March 4, 2011, Page 1A)

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