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OPINION: Loss of Original McAlister’s another fading piece of Oxford’s history

When I first learned of the new McAlister’s that was constructed on West Jackson Avenue, I was thrilled; however, that excitement has faded to disappointment.  ... Read more

OUR VIEW: Reeves using deceptive strategy for public vaccine rollout

When news of the COVID-19 vaccine’s upcoming availability to Mississippians over age 65 broke on Monday, many people rejoiced, seeing a light at the end ... Read more

OUR VIEW: Lynching victims innocent until proven guilty

The conversation surrounding lynching victims in Lafayette County has been ongoing for years, but this week advocates for a memorial plaque and county supervisors were ... Read more

Santa Claus is Still Coming to Town

By Kris Kringle | Guest Columnist   Ho, Ho, Ho from the Man in the Red Suit himself!  It’s come to my attention that boys and ... Read more

OUR VIEW: Waking up on Wednesday morning

It’s the day after election day, and if you’re reading this, the world hasn’t ended.  Your coffee is just as hot, your daily tasks are ... Read more

OPINION: The Faith of a Child

I’ve written before about my father’s battle with Stage IV melanoma, and a year-and-a-half in, things haven’t gotten much easier.  Treatment after treatment hasn’t provided ... Read more

OPINION: Sometimes, you get Spiders

It’s been awhile since you’ve heard from me, Eagle Readers. In the last three months, I’ve welcomed a beautiful baby girl, learned about the joys ... Read more

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

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

OUR VIEW: Oxford and Lafayette County must be counted in the 2020 Census

Oxford is accustomed to ranking near the top of the list in Mississippi as a great place to live, work and play. We post lovely ... Read more

OUR VIEW: Justice delayed is not justice denied

A year has passed since Oxford experienced one of its darkest summers to date with the brutal murders of Dominique Clayton and Ally Kostial. This ... Read more

OPINION: A Matter of Public Safety

A quick scroll through this summer’s pages of the Oxford Eagle might show a startling lack of felony criminal activity – however, that doesn’t mean ... Read more

Make change where it counts: the Ballot Box

The Lafayette County Board of Supervisors made a statement Monday night in voting for the Confederate monument to stay on the courthouse lawn.  Several supervisors ... Read more

OPINION: The Ole Miss Family knows no limits

“This is my hometown, not their town.”   “A lot of them aren’t from Oxford, they can go home! LEAVE!!”  “They need to stay quiet and ... Read more

A Concert with Dad

Like my father, I love music. If anyone were to look at my iTunes playlist, they would find a variety of music genres. It drives ... Read more

OPINION: Hate has no home here

The events of the last three weeks have served as a time of reflection and reform for people in the LOU Community and beyond.  As ... Read more

OUR VIEW: Can the statue be relocated now?

The vandalism of the confederate monument on the University of Mississippi campus was a bleak affair – one that could have been prevented, had the ... Read more

OPINION: Don’t be a Carla

I learned of a scam over the weekend that has plagued me for days. It’s apparently becoming increasingly common, but I’m here to tell you, it won’t ... Read more

OUR VIEW:The numbers don’t tell all – but they should

Throughout the course of the coronavirus pandemic, we have gotten a well-formed impression of the way the Mississippi State Department of Health has handled reporting ... Read more

OUR VIEW: Senior Memories Never Fade

The coronavirus has wreaked havoc on life as we know it in many ways, from losing loved ones to sacrificing experiences.  The social toll of ... Read more

Saluting our front-line heroes

In the face of a pandemic, there are a few people who never back down.   Our essential workers, ranging from the ER doctor working to ... Read more

COLUMN: Despite changes, our mission remains the same

In the weeks since the coronavirus pandemic has begun spreading across the U.S., a lot has changed.  Businesses deemed non-essential have been forced to close ... Read more

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