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Spending time with the Masters in Augusta

Columnist Steve Stricker enjoyed spending time with the Masters and his son while attending the famous golf competition recently. (April 19, 2013, Page 1B, 3B)

Letters to the Editor

Thomas J. Rosser writes to say that the Supreme Court should strike down Arizona SB 1070 because it supports discrimination. (April 23, 2012, Page 4A)

Learning traditions while making memories

Columnist Steve Stricker reminiscence about his first Ole Miss football game in 1989 when he and his three sons hoped into his 1971 MGB/GT and tailgated in The Grove for the first time. (October 14, 2011, Page 1B)

More than 200 area children attend WinShape Camp

WinShape Camps C3 (Camps Connecting Communities) made Oxford one of three stops in Mississippi as it opened up its day camp for more than 200 area children this week at the Oxford Community Center. (July 8, 2011, Page 1B)

Who will join Meridian in policing sagging?

The Meridian city council recently passed an amendment to the city’s indecent exposure laws that outlaw wearing pants more than three inches below the hip. Editor Don Whitten wonders how long it will be before other cities and towns across the state take on sagging pants and baggy britches. (April 25, 2011, Page 4A)

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)

Georgia church pays tribute to late Oxford man at ceremony

On Feb. 27, the Union Baptist Church of Buford, Ga. concluded its month-long celebration of Black History Month with a tribute to the late Leonard Thompson who died June 22, 2010 after going into anaphylactic shock from a wasp sting. (March 9, 2011, Page 2)

Flu returns to state

Experts are expecting — and hoping — for a much quieter and healthy flu season in 2011 after the H1N1 swine flu hit pandemic proportions earlier this year.

According to the Mississippi Department of Health, there has been 21 lab confirmed cases of the flu in Mississippi since November, however, there’s been no confirmed cases in Lafayette County as of this morning.

This season, the CDC is anticipating three strains of influenza: the H1N1 swine virus; influenza A H3N2 virus and the influenza B virus. (December 22, 2010, Page 1)

Two UM students bond from tragedy

Emma Credille and Jenny Urban share a close bond formed from personal tragedies that few others could ever understand.

In March, both girls lost their fathers to suicide.

Both girls are involved in the upcoming “Out of the Darkness” community walk, the signature fundraising event of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention which provides funding for research and local suicide prevention education programs. The walk is slated for Nov. 7 at the Lyceum Circle on the University of Mississippi campus.

 (September 9, 2010, Page 1)

Are you obeying all the new laws

With new laws taking effect in Mississippi and many other states on July 1, Editor Don Whitten wonders if readers know about all of them. He touches on several, including some from Mississippi that will be affecting many across the state. (July 5, 2010, Page 4)

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