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News

Driver crashes into Square store front

An image of this morning's wreck. (Courtesy: OPD)

An image of this morning’s wreck. (Courtesy: OPD) No one was injured this morning after a large, silver truck crashed into the front of JCG Apparel and Rooster’s Bar and Grill. Police say the driver suffered a “medical episode” which caused the wreck, but is not injured. The accident was reported just after 5:30 a.m. An image of this morning’s wreck. (Courtesy: OPD)   ...

Sports

Rebels down Texas A&M on senior night

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Senior Taylor Manuel goes up for a shot against Texas A&M center Khalif Hillman. Manuel finished the game with 10 points, 1 rebound and 3 assists. Rebels defeated the Aggies 62-49. Ole Miss handled Texas A&M on senior night to improve to 6-10 in SEC play and 17-12 overall. Three Rebels scored in double figures: seniors Shequila Joseph and Taylor Manuel had 11 and 10, respectively, while...

Lifestyles

Music round-up: Put these albums on your radar

"Drunk" by Thundercat. Photo courtesy Amazon.com.

  “Volcano” by Temples. Album cover courtesy Amazon.com Temples “Volcano” Released: March 3 Don’t you just want to throw up when someone proclaims your favorite young, British rockers “might be the next Beatles”? Yes, Temples is from England. Yes, it specializes in psych-rock. But is it the next Beatles? No, it’s not, and that’s exactly why you should start listening...

Lifestyles

Music round-up: Put these albums on your radar

"Drunk" by Thundercat. Photo courtesy Amazon.com.

  “Volcano” by Temples. Album cover courtesy Amazon.com Temples “Volcano” Released: March 3 Don’t you just want to throw up when someone proclaims your favorite young, British rockers “might be the next Beatles”? Yes, Temples is from England. Yes, it specializes in psych-rock. But is it the next Beatles? No, it’s not, and that’s exactly why you should start listening...

Opinion

The battlefield is in the voting booth, not the streets

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President Trump’s campaign slogan last year was “Make America Great Again!” To some, that phrase brings great pride. To others, it brings anguish. I believe we can all learn a lesson from this past year’s election. That lesson is that with the right tools in place and a powerful and effective message to support these tools, then, theoretically, we could make just about anything great again. We...