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On Friday three Blues panel discussions will be held at the University Museum. The panels are a part of the fourth annual Oxford Blues Festival, running from June 18-20. These panels are free to the general public. T. DeWayne Moore, University of Mississippi doctoral candidate of history and a musician, organized...

United for Libraries has named The Lafayette County & Oxford Public Library a literary landmark in honor of Oxford’s own Larry Brown. Larry Brown...

Signs have been placed all over town announcing the 4th Annual Oxford Blues Festival, taking place this weekend. The festival kicks off tonight at 8 p.m....

An investigation continues after a strange package was found in the Oxford Mall parking lot Sunday evening. Deputy Chief Kevin Stark of the Oxford Police...

As The University of Mississippi continues to increase its student body, a greater need for off-campus student housing has developed. Housing projects...

As George Zimmerman was ruled not guilty on Saturday people across Oxford and the nation responded. Many, including University of Mississipi student Meredith...

OXFORD, Miss. (AP) — The family of a Mississippi football player who died following a workout in 2010 has reached a settlement in a wrongful death lawsuit...

WASHINGTON (AP) — The defeat of a student loan bill in the Senate on Wednesday clears the way for fresh negotiations to restore lower rates, but lawmakers...

As part of the first phase of The University of Mississippi’s new parking plan, approximately 100 reserved parking spots for faculty and staff have been...

In a release Wednesday, The University of Mississippi announced the 6-foot-2 senior from Hurst, Texas, is suspended because of a “violation of team rules,”...