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Head Pastor Praises Community for Investing in Lafayette County

By Sage McNamara Hottytoddy.com intern dsmcnama@go.olemiss.edu Oxford, Mississippi is a community rich with literary and artistic roots, and it's a town that many come from around the...

Kiamie Continues Family Tradition After Football

Bailey Klink IMC Student Growing up in the shadows of Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, AJ Kiamie always dreamed of playing for the Ole Miss Rebels. In high school,...

Warming the Community Through Food and Friendship, Tarasque Returns its Service

By Cotter Wilson and Tim Sandkaulen Hottytoddy.com interns cbwilson@go.olemiss.edu; tsandkau@go.olemiss.edu For Tarasque Cucina owners John and Lauren Stokes, preparing simple but scrumptious food for the patrons of...

Creative Housewares Abundant at Katherine Beck on the Square

By Bethell Culpepper and Caroline Langcuster Hottytoddy.com interns beculpep@go.olemiss.edu; cslangcu@go.olemiss.edu Downtown Oxford is filled with eateries and stores that and are supported by loyal customers, and all...

Oxford’s Hills: A Tight-Knit Family with Football in Its Blood

By Jared Redding UM Student After helping Warren Central win the school’s first football state championship in 1988, offensive coordinator Johnny Hill was lured to Oxford...

G&M Pharmacy Creates Trusting Relationships with Community

By Hannah Claire Hamric and Hannah Fees Hottytoddy.com interns hchamric@go.olemiss.edu; hmfees@go.olemiss.edu In a town engineered by its hard-working small businesses, G&M Pharmacy—located on 2159 S Lamar Blvd—stands...

With Scorebook in Hand, Lacy became Oxford’s Biggest Fan

By Elgin Cato IMC Student In 1961, Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris were the stars of the New York Yankees. When they hit a home run,...

Fosters Thank Mississippi Mutts for Unconditional Puppy Love

By Glenn Kelaher and Meg Stamos Hottytoddy.com interns gakelahe@go.olemiss.edu; mstamos@go.olemiss.edu Mississippi Mutts is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to rescue, foster, transport, and adopt abandoned dogs...

John Welty Realty Adapts to Virtual Showings Amid Pandemic

By Drake Beck and Hamilton Hall Hottytoddy.com interns dabeck1@go.olemiss.edu; hihall@go.olemiss.edu Local businessman and realtor John Welty attributes his drive for helping others to be the key to...

University Sporting Goods – A Tradition on the Square

By Chelsea Harris  IMC Student Unlike your typical retail store, it isn’t just the latest trends and bringing in customers that has caused University Sporting Goods...
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