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Former Ole Miss Linebacker Opens New Fitness Gym in Oxford - HottyToddy.com
Shed Fitness — a new fitness gym — opened its doors Saturday, Oct. 13, to the Oxford community. Although its focus is getting people stronger and leaner at a high pace, the owners also want to grow a fitness community.
Oxford man arrested for possession of a stolen firearm
The Oxford Police Department made an arrest last week for possession of a stolen firearm.On Oct. 11 OPD arrested Jeremy Lovelace, 31, of Oxford, after receiving information regarding Lovelace being a suspect in a burglary.Lovelace was located at his last known address and a gun was discovered that L
Auburn vs. Ole Miss: Game time, TV channel, where to stream online
Here's what you need to know to follow the game in your living room, at the bar, in the car or online.
Oxford offers plenty of Ole Miss tailgating and game-watching options for fans
Ole Missis a school as steeped in tradition as you'd expect. Oxford, Mississippi, is the idyllic college town, which means one thing: Ole Miss gamedays get rowdy. The tailgates in Oxford are among the best in the SEC, and the Rebels -- no matter how the team is doing -- always have ample team suppor
Oxford to Work With Property Owner to Reduce Vehicle Tows - HottyToddy.com
The parking spaces are located off Tyler Avenue behind Soulshine Pizza along a private drive. The property is owned by Mike Bridges. While the drive is clearly marked, several of the spots are not marked private. A few signs are located on the building, but they are across the alley from the parking
$15,000 reward offered for information on furniture plant arsonist - WCBI TV | Your News Leader
“This affects a lot of people, with Christmas coming up, Thanksgiving, holidays, this hurts a lot of people, not only people working here, but economy, people, where they shop and do other things, this hurts everyone,” said Pontotoc County Sheriff Leo Mask.
Oxford hosts Columbus with hopes of a playoff berth
Oxford suffered their first loss in region play last week, but the sky is not falling.Sitting at 3-1 and tied for second with Tupelo in the region standings still has the Chargers (6-2) in control of everything they want to accomplish. The first goal could be checked off tonight with a win over Colu
Pontotoc County deer tests positive for Chronic Wasting Disease
The Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks says this is the second animal in the state testing positive for the disease, which is fatal to white-tailed deer.
Oxford Belk location to celebrate company’s 130th anniversary
Oxford’s Belk Department Store has been selected for special distinction.Out of the chain’s 300 stores, the Oxford location is one of a dozen selected to host a 130thAnniversary party.Oxford will host the event on Friday at the storefront in the Galleria Shopping Center on West Jackson Avenue from 1
Coroner: Big Creek man killed in wreck
COFFEEVILLE, Miss. (WTVA) - A Big Creek man died in a Thursday night wreck in Yalobusha County.The wreck happened on County Road 147 near Coffeeville sometime before 11:30 p.m.Yalobusha County Coroner Ronnie Stark identified the deceased as Kerry Laird, 44.The coroner says this was a single-vehicle
Conference on the Front Porch hosting second annual event next week
Once again, Taylor will take center stage as the Conference on the Front Porch begins Oct. 25 and 26.For the third year, the conference will gather individuals together from as far away as California and Canada to celebrate the significance of the front porch in the American South.“We have a saying
Shots fired outside Tupelo store - WCBI TV | Your News Leader
TUPELO (WCBI) – Tupelo Police are looking for two cars involved in a Wednesday night argument which ended with shots being fired. The occupants of a blue Dodge Stratus and a white Chevy Tahoe were arguing in the parking lot of the North Gloster Wal-Mart when the Tahoe driver pulled a gun and fired
Mississippi deputies broke protocol investigating reported sexual assault, body camera video shows
TATE CO., Miss. - Two Tate County deputies are still on the job after the sheriff admitted they broke protocol - and have the body camera footage to prove it. The deputies ordered a teenager to stop recording them inside his home, and that is just one of the mistakes caught on camera. Sheriff Brad
Oxford Electric changing name to Oxford Utilities
Oxford Electric will soon be known under a new name.The City of Oxford Board of Aldermen approved the utility company’s name change during their regular meeting on Tuesday, allowing for Oxford Electric to transition to its new company name, Oxford Utilities.The change comes after Oxford Electric and
UM Organizing World's Largest Rock-Paper-Scissors Tournament - Ole Miss News
OXFORD, Miss. – “Rock, paper, scissors, shoot!” Those words will be uttered by a projected 3,000 people Oct. 25 in the Grove as a number of student organizations at theUniversity of Mississippitry to break the world record for the largest rock-paper-scissors tournament.
Oxford Man Charged for Possessing a Reported Stolen Firearm - HottyToddy.com
According to reports, on Oct. 11, officers received information that a Jeremy Lovelace, 31, of Oxford, was a suspect in a burglary.
Burglary investigation leads to stolen gun
When police ran the serial number, it was discovered the gun had been reported stolen. Jeremy Lovelace, 31, of Oxford, was arrested and charged with possession of a stolen firearm. He was carried to the Lafayette County Detention Center where he is being held on a $5,000 bond.
Ole Miss donor's name being removed after racist comment
The School of Journalism and New Media was founded with the help of a $5.3 million donation from Ed Meek. After he posted photos and comments on his personal Facebook page last week, the backlash has led him to request that his name be stricken from the program.Chaning GreenJACKSON, Miss. (AP) — A d
Memphis ranks 1st for road rage, guns
MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) - Shots were fired on the interstate Wednesday morning.Memphis Police Department reported shots were fired in the area of I-240 and I-40 before 7 a.m.It is believe the shots were fired as part of a road rage incident.No injuries were reported.The suspect was last seen in a black se
Former Southaven alderman sentenced for transportation of child porn
Hale was also ordered to serve five years of supervised release following prison, as well as pay $3,500 in restitution to a victim of the crime.