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Neighborhood unites to save duck

Residents of the Wellsgate neighborhood banned together to help free a duck named Lovie from being trapped in ice along the lake’s edge. Lovie was one of three birds dropped off as ducklings last Easter who have made their home in the neighborhood. (January 19, 2010, Page 16)

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    Community remembers King

    PHOTO SLIDESHOW — More than 300 people gathered Monday night for the 15th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day vigil, hosted by Omega Psi Phi Fraternity at Second M.B. Church. Pastor Andrew Robinson called upon people of different ethnicities to treat each other as brothers and sisters. Those honored with the annual “Keeping the Dream Alive” awards were Camille Garrett-King, David Garrett and Marlon Bell. (January 19, 2010, Page 1)

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      This week in Education

      BRIEFS — University Museum’s early-release day program to teach first- through 12th-graders about world holidays; the Oxford School District is one of 25 mini-grant recipients from the National Center for Safe Routes to Schools; Science Saturdays continue at University Museum; locals named to Delta State honor roll. (January 19, 2010, Page 8)

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        Local student wins school-level round in National Geographic Bee

        Emma Herbst, a fourth-grade student at Della Davidson Elementary School, won the second-level competition of the National Geographic Bee and a chance at a $25,000 college scholarship. (January 19, 2010, Page 8)

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          Honor rolls

          Local students appear on honor rolls for Oxford University School, Northwest Mississippi Community College and the University of Mississippi. (January 19, 2010, Page 6-7)

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            Reality Fair, CHOICES program teach responsibility

            Students from Oxford Middle and High schools as well as Lafayette Middle School took part in programs this week aimed at helping them realize the importance of good grades in its impact on future career choices. (January 19, 2010, Page 6)

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              LMS receives new technology

              Some 240 students at Lafayette Middle School are getting to use special clickers to answer questions in class, while teachers are using wireless notepads to see whether students are getting the answers right. The new devices are part of a $4,000 grant from the Lafayette Endowment for Education. (January 19, 2010, Page 7)

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                Park in progress

                Western Hills neighbors joined with members of the Amos Network Saturday to continue work on a new neighborhood park. The idea has been around for some 25 years, but the partnership between the two groups is finally bringing it to fruition. (January 18, 2010, Page 1)

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                  Beauty spa opens

                  BUSINESS FEATURE — The Beauty Call Skin Spa recently opened at 1525 University Ave. Brandi Hardin owns the venture with her mother. Services are offered for men and women. (January 18, 2010, Page 5)

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                    Four-day school week an option to consider

                    Maybe it’s time to consider another option to help out with funding problems for school districts across Mississippi. How about going to school four days a week. Read more about how that would save money in gas, bus driver pay, maintenance, et cetera. (January 18, 2010, Page 4)

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