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Snowfall highlights first quarter of 2011

Lots of projects – Olin Corp.’s Centerfire plant, the new Oxford High School and talks about the sale of the hospital – got rolling in the first quarter of 2011, but there was one ball that really got rolling as more than a foot of snow fell in two separate storms the first two months of the year. Take a look back at January, February and March’s events in the Lafayette-Oxford-University community. (December 27, 2011, Page 1)

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    Medicare cutbacks may be painful

    At least one local physician has opted out of Medicare and medical officials are concerned more will follow if Congress doesn’t use a  ”quick fix” to lower cuts on reimbursement payments. (December 15, 2011, Page 1)

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      Better bids sought for silver

      The Lafayette County Board of Supervisors and Oxford Board of Aldermen turned down all but one bid Monday on 42 bars of silver that were discovered this past summer in a safety deposit box. (December 6, 2011, Page 1)

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        City, county to take bids on silver bars Monday

        The Oxford Board of Aldermen and the Lafayette County Board of Supervisors hope to find the highest bidder on 40-plus bars of silver on Monday when verbal and written bids will be taken in a public forum at 1 p.m. at the Lafayette County Chancery Building. (December 2, 2011, Page 1A)

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          County to be debt free

          The Lafayette County Board of Supervisors have used $10 million of the $30 million gained from the sale of Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi to pay off all outstanding bonds for the county. (October 19, 2011, Page 1)

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            Fund establised for toddler’s family

            A fund has been set up to help the family of a 14-month-old girl who was killed Saturday when she was run over in her driveway. The Wyatte Baptist Church in Senatobia has set up the fund. Donations may be made sent to: The Rylee Farrow Fund, c/o Wyatte Baptist Church, 30721 Highway 4 East, Senatobia MS 38668. (October 18, 2011, Page 2)

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              Trust fund group reviews inquiries

              With requests for proposals due Oct. 21, the Oxford Reserve and Trust Fund Committee met on Tuesday to discuss questions from investment firms regarding the RFP request. (October 12, 2011, Page 6)

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                Silver bars from hospital sale to be sold

                During a special meeting Monday, the Lafayette County Board of Supervisors voted to declare the 40 bars of silver given to the city of Oxford and the county by Baptist Memorial Hospital officials as surplus property, allowing the silver to be sold and that money going into the county’s general fund. (September 27, 2011, Page 1)

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                  Baptist buys hospital

                  After two long years of negotiations, Baptist Memorial Health Care Corp purchased the South Lamar and Belk boulevard building of its BMH North Mississippi hospital for $60 million and an additional $5.6 million from its Health Trust Fund. The city and county will jointly share the profits. The hospital will move forward with building a new $250 million facility in Oxford. (August 18, 2011, Page 1A)

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                    Forgotten stash of silver discovered

                    Local officials have discovered 4,200 ounces of silver nitrate, or $200,000 worth of silver, in a lock box tucked away since 1989 from the former x-ray machines at the county hospital. (August 17, 2011, Page 1)

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