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Oxford Community Market asks City for help in increased rent

The organizers of Oxford Community Market are getting help from the City of Oxford to help with financial relief due to an increase in rent ... Read more

6 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Oxford Film Festival announces plans for 2021

Coming off a year where the Oxford Film Festival pivoted to a virtual format due to the COVID-19 pandemic, organizers are planning to offer a ... Read more

6 months ago by Jake Thompson.

2021 Double Decker Arts Festival status in limbo

The Double Decker Arts Festival did not happen in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the status for the 2021 event is currently unknown. ... Read more

7 months ago by Jake Thompson.

2020 Oxford Christmas Parade canceled

The Christmas spirit in Oxford has taken a hit. Oxford’s annual Christmas Parade was canceled on Thursday in a joint announcement by the City of ... Read more

8 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Local artist selected for South Lamar roundabout art project

The roundabout at the South Lamar and Belk Boulevard intersection is getting an upgrade. Oxford artist Earl Dismuke’s bid to construct an art installation on the ... Read more

8 months ago by Jake Thompson.

GIVING BACK: Lafayette sixth grader donates soda can tabs to Ronald McDonald House

Lane Theobald has always done things for others, and this holiday season is no different. Theobald, 12, learned about Lily Baker, a first-grader at Lafayette ... Read more

8 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Win Tickets to the Lafayette County Rodeo Event – The Egg Bull

Register to win 4 tickets to the Lafayette County Rodeo Event this Friday, Nov. 27 at the Lafayette County Multipurpose Arena. Fun for the whole ... Read more

8 months ago by Staff Report.

City of Oxford to turn on Canopy of Lights a week early

The City of Oxford is getting into the holiday spirit a little earlier in 2020. During a video posted on the city’s official Facebook page, ... Read more

9 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Kroger celebrates Grand Reopening of Oxford store

The Oxford Kroger is officially reopened. During a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, the grocery store celebrated the completion of its 15-month renovation project that ... Read more

9 months ago by Jake Thompson.

“You Complete Me”  Postcard Project Connects People During Pandemic

By Wayne Andrews | Community Columnist The pandemic has impacted all of our lives in numerous ways.  How we work, how we play, and how ... Read more

10 months ago by Staff Report.

Theatre Oxford announces October show

Theatre Oxford is getting back onstage next month and earlier this week, announced which show will be performed. In celebration of the 100th anniversary of ... Read more

10 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Weekend kicks off “FinsUp Fanfare” at Lafayette County Arena

By Davis Coen Saturday morning begins SEC Football.  We all have missed it, but what goes along with football in the South is tailgating. Arguably ... Read more

10 months ago by Staff Report.

Musically adjusting to the times: A Q & A with Damein Wash

By Davis Coen | special to the Oxford Eagle Very few Oxford musicians work as hard at their craft as Damein Wash.  The devoted singer, ... Read more

11 months ago by WordPress.com VIP.

Thacker Mountain Radio Hour expanding into Tennessee for Fall season

The Thacker Mountain Radio Hour is expanding its footprint across the airwaves this fall. The live Oxford-based music and literature show announced it will now ... Read more

11 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Oxford Film Festival donates nearly $9,000 to Chucky Mullins Endowment

Despite not being able to hold the planned charity gala in connect with the world premiere of the Chucky Mullins film “It’s Time,” the Oxford ... Read more

11 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Art from The Heart: Kids Thank Front Line Workers

With front-line workers continuing to go above and beyond the call of duty amid the coronavirus pandemic, The Oxford Eagle is calling children in our ... Read more

11 months ago by Staff Report.

Remembering My First Grove Experience At Ole Miss

By Steve Stricker | Guest Columnist After a huge Coronavirus “alteration” to our Ole Miss 2020 football schedule, ten SEC games only, on August 20, ... Read more

11 months ago by Staff Report.

Labor Day—Summer’s Final Fling

By Bonnie Brown | Guest Columnist Each year the first Monday of September is designated as Labor Day. It’s a day to honor the American ... Read more

11 months ago by Staff Report.

Chef John Currence releases a tailgating cookbook

By Davis Coen Beloved local Chef John Currence released his third book last week, a cookbook titled “Tailgreat: How to Crush It at Tailgating,” in ... Read more

11 months ago by Staff Report.

City of Oxford and local artists present Shelter Show 2020

Local artists and the City of Oxford are coming together to bring some brightness to Oxford University Transit bus shelters throughout the city. On Tuesday, ... Read more

11 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Reflecting on Ole Miss’s 2020 Baseball Season That Was Upended  By COVID-19 

By Steve Stricker  | Guest Columnist Missing “normalcy,” i.e., life before March 18 and masks, I reflected on Ole Miss Baseball – 2019 and amazing not to be busted 2020 season….  June 26, 2019, Vanderbilt Baseball Commodores (59-12) coached by ... Read more

11 months ago by Staff Report.

Finding Family in Oxford and the University of Mississippi

Bonnie Brown | Guest Columnist  Hello!  I’m Bonnie Brown.  I was born in Ohio, actually southern Ohio—and really just across the river from Kentucky.  So, ... Read more

11 months ago by Staff Report.

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