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Oxford Confederate statue can be moved, but not off public property

OXFORD, Miss. — To many, the Confederate statue outside the Lafayette County Courthouse may look harmless, but Oxford resident Effie Burt says it still evokes painful memories of her own family’s encounters with racism. 297 more words

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Sabian Dice Today: 9-26-2017 Oxford MS

Our symbol for Tuesday September 26, 2017 is Aquarius 01 degree or an old
adobe mission. Today though we are set in Oxford, a bit north of the capitol and home to Ole Miss University. 217 more words

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Get to know... ME

For my first blog post, i am going to start off with just a generic get to know me.

My name is Blakeley, a lot of people call me Blake or B. 369 more words

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Looking at Mississippi from an Ireland reporter's eyes

August 10, 2017. It is the final morning of a wonderful vacation in Ireland. Up early, I reflect on the kind and welcoming people of Ireland we have met. 758 more words

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How the Irish Times sees Mississippi

August 10, 2017. It is the final morning of a wonderful vacation in Ireland. Up early, I reflect on the kind and welcoming people of Ireland we have met. 758 more words

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You Is Kind. You Is Smart. You Is Important.

I’m writing this a couple of days late, but better late than never. I recently returned from the Southern Writers/Southern Writing Conference at the University of Mississippi (endearingly referred to as “Ole Miss”) in Oxford. 3,454 more words

Writer's Houses -- William Faulkner

From my notebook, 1 April 2017 (Oxford, Mississippi)

Sitting on the Adirondack chair on William Faulkner’s “patio” at Rowan Oak.

I walked from Oxford town square, past the Makers’ Market with people selling crochet butterflies and canvas wall-hangings.

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