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Lafayette County

Communicare Sees Infusion of Federal Grants

Crime

Kinne’s attorney requests psychiatric evaluation in capital murder case

Business

Area venues hosting Ole Miss watch parties due to limited capacity at stadiums

Lifestyle

Weekend kicks off “FinsUp Fanfare” at Lafayette County Arena

Business

Board of Aldermen approve more outdoor dining licenses

Crime

Local law enforcement agencies speak out against Initiative 65

Business

McCormick’s set to open at the Ole Miss Inn this weekend

News

First Regional Library Connects the Lafayette Community

Elections

Absentee voting begins in Lafayette County amid COVID-19

News

City of Oxford renews contract with Mississippi Critterz

News

Mississippi Senate honors Oxford Eagle Scout with resolution

Business

EDF partners with TVA To Help Bring 100 Remote Jobs To Lafayette Residents

Business

Outdoor dining areas around Downtown Square approved

Lafayette County

Supervisors claim Confederate statue is property of Lafayette County

Crime

Oxford Police Department has responded to 11 overdose calls this year

News

Board of Aldermen relax some retail and restaurant COVID-19 restrictions

Events

Halloween will still happen in Oxford, but with COVID-19 guidelines

News

Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi’s cardiovascular rehab program receives certification

News

NOTEBOOK: Moore ready to turn the page on Egg Bowl ending

Education

University of Mississippi named among Top 100 public universities

Education

Oxford and Lafayette County School Districts report low COVID-19 numbers

Education

Dr. Deborah Birx meets with University and Oxford officials on COVID-19 response

Business

Lamar Yard bringing Texas BBQ and good times to Oxford

News

Oxford High students host 4th annual tennis tournament for Memory Makers