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Thursday, April 24, 2014

Lucy Schultze

Letterpress in the age of laser jet printing

A startup printing firm takes root in Water Valley. Read about newly opened Ridge & Furrow Letterpress in today’s Oxford Living. (January 20, 2012, Page 1B)

Adoption makes family life richer

The Williams family of Water Valley get around town in a 27-seat bus. A year ago, Robin and Craig Williams added four to their family when they adopted a set of siblings from the Jackson area. They now have four biological children, five adopted children and every year, they sponsor two exchange students. (November 24, 2011, Page 1B)

Festive arrangements set the stage at Grove

When it comes to looking good for game day there’s more to it then just deciding what to wear. At University Florist, owner Judy Conner offers tips on making game-day flower arrangements. (September 9, 2011, Page 1B)

Pair of pioneer cabins form unique abode

Patricia Brown Young died in 2007, but her middle daughter has seen to it that one of her favorite pet projects will endure for coming generations. Debra Young takes EAGLE readers into her mother’s restored log cabin, named “Simple Gifts.” (August 26, 2011, Page 1B)

Local homeowners seek shelter from storms

In a season that’s seen a series of deadly storms pass through the Southeast and witnessed devastation in cities like Tuscaloosa, Ala., and Joplin, Mo., Oxford-area residents are keen to find a way to add a shelter in or near their homes. (June 3, 2011, Page 1B)

Front Porch Dance set for the Powerhouse

OXFORD TOWN – A Jackson-based troupe of artists called Front Porch Dance is leading a journey through music and dance this weekend, with a special performance called “thislocation” Saturday night at the Powerhouse Community Arts Center. The group’s Oxford performance is sponsored by the Yoknapatawpha Arts Council and the Mississippi Arts Commission. Doors open at 6:30 and the performance begins at 7:30. Page 8 in this week’s issue of Oxfor Town has photos and complete details about the upcoming performance. (March 24, 2011, Page 5)

Indignities of infancy await the humble King

Things went relatively well when Senior Staff Writer Lucy Schultze’s 6-month-old son played the baby Jesus in the children’s Christmas program recently at College Hill Presbyterian Church. Schultze looks back at that event and then to the real story of Jesus’ birth years and years ago. (December 21, 2010, Page 4)

Tuning into the bed-and-breakfast crowd

George McConnell, one of Oxford’s best-known musicians, is into a different rhythm these days as he’s involved in music, family and working at The 512 bed-and-breakfast. Lucy Schultze visits with McConnell to discuss his involvement with the local bed-and-breakfast and how if affects the rest of his interests. (September 30, 2010, Page 3)

Crisp collars, pressed seams – and memories laundered to last

Leon Tatum looks back on years and years of pressing clothes for local residents, University faculty and staff and thousands and thousands of students in this week’s A Conversation With.” Tatum and family members started Rainbow Cleaners downtown and eventually moved it to its current location on West Jackson, (September 16, 2010, Page 4)

Oxford in spring: A hand-me-down economy

Have you ever noticed all that “stuff” out by the street or road that looks like trash? Have you ever noticed how some of it disappears before the sanitation workers pick it up. Welcome to hand-me-down Oxford, Senior Staff Writer Lucy Schultze says as she relates experiences of her own with roadside treasures. (May 6, 2010, Page 4)

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