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Oxford Walmart employees charged with embezzlement
OXFORD - Two Lafayette County men are behind bars, accused of stealing nearly $2,500 from their employer.
Two Oxford men arrested for felony embezzlement
Keltrick Harden, 26, and Kewan Owens, 22, both of Oxford, were arrested on July 12. The arrest came after loss prevention officers in the store filed a report on July 5 stating that Harden stole approximately $1,011.87 worth of merchandise and Owens stole approximately $1,445.04 worth of merchandise
Proposed ordinance aimed at security, underage drinking in Oxford is up for vote
This comes just a few months after a shot was fired inside of a performance arts theater, known asThe Lyric, during a party.
Oxford's Women on the Move: Nerves of Steele - HottyToddy.com
Alysia Burton Steele isn’t native to the South, but she’s making a name for herself in the state (and beyond) after publishing a book called“Delta Jewels”that details the lives of African American church women in the Delta. The Mississippi roots took hold soon after she moved to Oxford, so she and h
Residents Express Concern New Laws Affecting The Lyric Could Lead to Ethnic Profiling - HottyToddy.com
The ordinance amendment, once known as the Downtown District ordinance, requires all local restaurants serving alcohol to include additional security guards, cameras and the use of ID scanners to check for fake ID cards.
At MOST conference, high schoolers experience Ole Miss firsthand
OXFORD – On the University of Mississippi’s website, prospective students can take a video tour of campus. From behind a computer screen, they can browse course offerings, read about Oxford and look up different student organizations.Virtually, high schoolers can see a glimpse of what the school has
Casey Lauer Named UM Facilities Management Director - Ole Miss News
OXFORD, Miss. – Casey Lauer, an experienced engineer and facilities operations expert, has been named director of theFacilities Management Departmentat the University of Mississippi.
Gordon: Package Stores and The Black Market Tax - HottyToddy.com
Daddy liked to take a little snort from time to time, but Daddy lived in the era when taking a little snort or even buying a little snort was against the law thanks to the Mississippi Legislature. It outlawed the manufacture or sale of distilled spirits in the Magnolia State in 1907. But that little
UPDATE: Former Lafayette teacher arrested after waiving probable cause hearing
The district's superintendent later confirmed Wray has since resigned.RELATED:Teacher resigns after being charged with enticement of a childFollowing her arrest, her bond was set at $10,000.
Oxford Wants State Leaders to Pass Internet Taxes Back to City - HottyToddy.com
“Sales tax in Oxford increased anywhere from 5 to 9 percent every year for more than 10 years,” said Mayor Robyn Tannehill. “Last year, it increased 2 percent. I don’t think people are spending less. I think they’re buying more online.”
Friends still seeking justice 3 years after Southaven man died while 'hogtied' by police
Goode’s best friend, Andrew Kratzke, said it has been tough but still believes justice will come.
County annexes more land into Central Grading Fire District
Another portion of Lafayette County was approved for annexation into the Central Grading Fire District, following a public hearing during Monday’s meeting of the Lafayette County Board of Supervisors.The area, which surrounds the newly opened Lafayette County Fire Department Station 17, will extend
Crews searching for missing child in Pontotoc County
However, Jaggers confirms one of the children, a little girl, has been found.
Lyric Owner Asks for Community's Support Against Proposed Ordinance - HottyToddy.com
“No other business in Oxford would be required to go through a registration process,” said Lyric owner Bradly Bishop in a publicFacebook postasking for people to sign the petition. “If we want to show an Ole Miss football game, screen a film, host a fundraiser, a sorority formal, or the Southern Foo
'Donations' of Junk Not Appreciated by Oxford Resale Store - HottyToddy.com
Lisa Coleman, executive director of the Salvation Store, located a few blocks down from Holding Hands, said someone also dumped several bags of garbage off at Salvation Army over the weekend.
7 Instagrams Around Oxford: 46 Days until Kickoff - HottyToddy.com
Matt Luke has officially announced that sophomore defensive back D.D. Bowie has left the football program at Ole Miss. ————- According to Matt Luke Bowie is leaving for personal reasons and that they have supported him every step of the way. It is confirmed that he has signed papers with Northeast M
UM Again Named Among 'Great Colleges to Work For' - Ole Miss News
OXFORD, Miss. – For the 10th consecutive year, theUniversity of Mississippiwas named to the “Great Colleges to Work For” list compiled annually byThe Chronicle of Higher Education.
Moratorium Placed on Development in Punkin Water Association Area - HottyToddy.com
“If you have already received preliminary plat approval, this won’t affect you,” Busby said at the meeting.
Celebrating influential women: Event recognizes local leaders
Mud & Magnolias’ Influential Women 2018 luncheon was hosted Tuesday to recognize the female leaders of North Mississippi. From a selection of public nominations, 20 women were chosen as finalists. The overall 2018 Influential Woman of the Year is Meredith Martin. Aundrea Self of WCBI was the emcee,
Ole Miss Continues Minority Recruitment With Annual Conference - HottyToddy.com
Shawnboda Mead, director of theCenter for Inclusion and Cross-Cultural Engagement, said the annual conference serves as a leadership summit that provides resources and exposes seniors to higher education.