Kansas City Missouri native Anna Thomas wanted to get involved in the community when she moved to Oxford to attend the University of Mississippi as a freshmen.
Mississippi has the nation’s most significant number of documented food insecure individuals. Statewide non-profit Extra Table and Lafayette County’s The Pantry are working to stop food insecurities in Mississippi.
Every lost dog from Oxford ends up in Taylor. That’s why the owners of a new coffee shop at 4 Town Square Lane in Taylor decided to name it Lost Dog Coffee. The business about 20 minutes outside of Oxford is in Plein Air, a small community with a chapel, event space and brunch restaurant. The building for the coffee shop was finished a few weeks ago just in time for the grand opening Saturday, Sept, 15, the weekend of the Alabama vs. Ole Miss game.
It’s Monday morning, and she’s up early trying to get her two children ready for school. After making sure her son and daughter are ready for the day, Sarah McLellan reflects on motherhood.
An Oxford woman is working to bring a program to Oxford and Lafayette County that helps provide advocates for abused and neglected children.
Hunter Ransom HottyToddy.com firstname.lastname@example.org It has been a dry October in Lafayette County. With the exception of a shower on Oct. 14, the lack of roll has affected local residents and businesses […]
Hannah Simmons The Oxford Eagle Oxford native Stephen Ross enjoys riding his bike every day to the parks in and around Lafayette County. If weather permits, he rides his bike to and […]
Dominique McGhee The Oxford Eagle Meghan Gallagher was assigned to the Yoknapatawpha Arts Council through her affiliation with AmeriCorps Volunteer In Service To America. The YAC, located in the Powerhouse on University […]