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Saturday, May 23, 2015

William Faulkner

Former UM student shines with debut novel

Why do you choose to read a book? The cover, reviews, a connection to the area or Ole Miss? Editor Don Whitten takes a look at the debut novel of, M.O. Walsh, a former Ole Miss student in the school’s M.F.A. program. (March 19, 2015, Page 4)

Tom Freeland: Someone I am proud to call a friend

Staff Writer Alyssa Schnugg recalls her first and last meetings with local attorney Tom Freeland, who passed away last weekend. She remembers his help, his knowledge, his support and his wave and smile. (February 26, 2015, Page 4A)

Letters to the Editor

Jeff Justis and Philip Loria write about the recent column by Jonathan Scott, “A terrible truth that needs to be remembered,” with Justis supporting remembering the past and Loria calling the column and report a bit disingenuous. (February 19, 2015, Page 4A)

This week in Oxford history – Yesterday’s Papers

This week marks the anniversary of one of the worst ice storms in Oxford’s history as well as the week back in 1945 when the movie “To Have and Have Not” premiered in Oxford. The movie was notable because it featured a screenplay written by one of its own — William Faulkner. (February 11, 2015, Page 1A)

Clifton Bondurant ‘Bondy’ Webb: A contribution to generations

History columnist Jack Mayfield writes this week about C.B. Webb, and his contributions to the African-American community and to Oxford in general. (February 8, 2015, Page 2C)

This week in history – Yesterday’s Papers

During this week in Oxford’s history, a variety of issues were being brought before the community by The Oxford EAGLE. For instance, William Faulkner made the front page back in 1939 after earning rave reviews for his latest book, “The Wild Palms.” (February 4, 2015, Page 1)

Only in Oxford – College Hill Presbyterian Church

College Hill Presbyterian Church has a historic place in Lafayette County as one of the oldest churches in the county, and it’s the location of a piece of literary history because it’s where William Faulkner wed. (January 25, 2015, Page 1A)

This week in Oxford history

Developers of what would eventually become Oxford Commons got their initial rezoning request approved by the Oxford Planning Commission this week back in 2002. And 66 years ago, Oxford was buzzing with the news that a film crew from Hollywood might be coming to town to film some scenes for a movie version of William Faulkner’s latest novel, “Intruder in the Dust.” (January 14, 2015, Page 1)

This week in Oxford history

This was a big week for local writers. Back in 1950, the city of Oxford honored William Faulkner for being awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. Back in 1990, Larry Brown resigned from the Oxford Fire Department in order to focus full-time on his writing. (January 7, 2015, Page 1A)

This week in Oxford history

During this week in Oxford’s history, author William Faulkner returned from an eight-day hunting trip in the Delta back in 1940 and Ole Miss dismissed head football coach David Cutcliffe 10 years ago this week. (December 3, 2014, Page 1A)

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