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Would you take the last doughnut?

Editor Don Whitten faced a dilemma: take the last doughnut in the box or not. What would you have done, knowing that unwritten rule about taking the last doughnut, last piece of chicken, last piece of cake, et cetera? See Whitten’s thoughts and actions in today’s column. (March 12, 2015, Page 4)

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    Noah’s Law too important not to pass

    Noah’s Law, named after 17-year-old Noah Smith of Water Valley who died after taking caffeine pills, is still alive in the Mississippi Legislature. We urge lawmakers to pass this bill, which would limit sales of caffeine pills and powders to those 18 and old, to save lives. (March 12, 2015, Page 4)

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      Students’ racial slurs, actions, damaging to schools, communities

      We know, from experience, the damaging effects of ridiculous actions by students like the incident that’s hurting the University of Oklahoma, and we urge all to put an end to those actions. (March 11, 2015, Page 4)

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        Letters to the Editor

        B.J. Davis writes to urge all to learn more about NMRC and other facilities and programs available during Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month, while Dr. Sandor Feldman writes to say that Mississippi’s vaccination laws help save lives. (March 11, 2015, Page 4)

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          Noah’s Law still has a chance

          Local representatives are trying to keep a bill that would require people buying caffeine pills prove they are over 18 years old alive.

           (March 11, 2015, Page 1, 12)

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            HPC doesn’t go for demolition request

            While no vote was taken, it was obvious the Oxford Historic Preservation Commission was not in favor of demolition an 1890s home on South Lamar during their meeting Tuesday. (March 11, 2015, Page 1, 12)

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              City planners nix Old Taylor Road rezoning

              Yet another developer seeking to rezone property on Old Taylor Road from County Estates to Multi-Family residential was denied Monday by the Oxford Planning Commission.

               (March 10, 2015, Page 1, 12)

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                Rewards still up for grabs in unsolved murders

                The Lafayette County Sheriff’s Department wants to remind the community there is still reward money available for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for three Lafayette County murders. (March 10, 2015, Page 3)

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                  I Never Stole Again

                  Local columnist Jimmy Reed recalls yet another lesson taught by his mentor Jaybird — this time about stealing after a night in a watermelon patch that didn’t belong to those eating the melons. (March 10, 2015, Page 4)

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                    Cracks, potholes follow back-to-back winter storms

                    The power of expanding ice is starting to show around the community after back-to-back winter storms. Let’s hope the damage doesn’t get much worse before city, county and state crews can, after two hard weeks of work on icy roads, start patching the problem areas. (March 10, 2015, Page 4)

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