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Thursday, April 24, 2014

Oxford

Square Books Jr. ready for birthday bash

Guess who’s turning 10 this month? It’s the “baby” of the Square Books family, Square Books Jr. The popular children’s book store will be throwing a birthday party Saturday to celebrate with local readers and customers. (June 6, 2013, Page 8)

Voters keep Oxford on path to prosperity

News Editor Jonathan Scott takes a look at our thriving community – one of the fastest growing in the state – and writes about the blessing and curses of growth and who’s in charge of the change that’s inevitable. (June 6, 2013, Page 4)

Get out and vote

With city elections just days away, Staff Writer Melanie Addington stressed the importance of being involved as she urges all voters to take part in next Tuesday’s election. (May 30, 2013, Page 4)

Letters to the Editor

Maralyn Howell Bullion writes about Monday’s Memorial Day program and encourages everyone to make time for the event next year. (May 29, 2013, Page 4)

Letters to the Editor

Katie Morrison writes to thank all of the vendors and citizens who came out to opening day of the Oxford City Market this week, and encourages everyone to visit again next Tuesday. (May 17, 2013, Page 4A)

Leaving the world better than you found it

Dr. Will Dabbs writes a guest column about the Oxford Medical Ministries Clinic and all that if offers the community’s working uninsured. (May 15, 2013, Page 4)

Low primary turnout embarrassing

Editor Don Whitten writes about the low turnout at last week’s primary election for city government, noting that it only took a 100 votes or so to re-elect two aldermen. It’s not about who wins, but rather the turnout in a community that steadily growing. (May 13, 2013, Page 4A)

Letters to the Editor

Julie Schoerke writes to say how much she and others who attended last week’s Oxford Creative Nonfiction Conference enjoyed Oxford and its hospitality. (May 10, 2013, Page 4A)

Hailman gives inside look at federal cases

Is true crime something you like to read about? How about true crime that’s local? Editor Don Whitten writes about longtime federal prosecutor and local attorney John Hailman’s recent book, “From Midnight to Guntown,” and how it offers the ins and outs of federal cases that will seem very familiar to many. (May 8, 2013, Page 4A)

To be cold or not to be cold?

Lots of things have changed in Oxford during the last 40 years. One that hasn’t, however, is allowing retail stores to sell cold beer, and that’s something the alderman and mayoral candidates seemed to be in agreement about Tuesday night. Staff writer Melanie Addington takes a look at the issue of selling cold beer and wonders how long it will take city leaders to back up their words and change the law. (May 2, 2013, Page 4)

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