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A United States District Court jury awarded a former university employee $218,000 in damages as a result of deprivation of his due process rights when applying for tenure in 2014, according to court documents. The jury awarded Michael Wigginton Jr., a former professor in the legal studies department, $18,000...

In the midst of LGBT History Month, one of the only openly queer and feminist bookstores in north Mississippi opened in Water Valley. Violet Valley Bookstore sits...

On Saturday night, Oxford Fire Department was alerted of a fire at the E.F. Yerby Conference Center, located on campus at the corner of Grove Loop and...

With Halloween approaching, members of the Oxford-Lafayette community can expect to be greeted by children trick-or-treating in their neighborhoods. However,...

No injuries were reported after the driver of a silver Honda drove through the side entrance of Newk’s Eatery around 5:45 p.m. Thursday. Tyler Parker,...

During those cherished Saturdays in the Grove, the city of Oxford takes in significantly more people than it does on the average non-game weekend. Increased...

In the enclosed walls of a dark closet space, a mother hid a cell phone for her daughter, Brittany Cook, to call 911 when her father came home in a drunken...

The Ole Miss chapter of the Collegiate Recovery Community, an organization for students who are in recovery from alcohol and drug use, held the second...

Photo courtesy: Robyn Tannehill “Always run toward the fire.” This is the motto Mayor Robyn Tannehill follows in her career and family life, she...

On Wednesday, Oct. 25, the Overby Center for Southern Journalism and Politics featured the premiere and discussion of a new documentary film titled “Flag...