Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Business

Cannon Re-Elected to Serve as Mississippi National Auto Dealer’s Association Director

Oxford automobile dealer Michael Joe Cannon has been re-elected to serve another three-year term as the Mississippi National Auto Dealer's Association Director.

Chamber Presents Online Networking Program Featuring Local Professionals

The Oxford-Lafayette County Chamber of Commerce is introducing a new program to provide local businesses the opportunity to share insights and knowledge on a wide variety of topics, all online and open to the public.

Baptist Fund Sees Gain in First Quarter of Fiscal Year

The over $30 million investment from the sale of Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi rallied in the first quarter of this fiscal year to see an 8.6% gain over last quarter.

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New Restaurant La Cosinita Sabor Latino Brings Honduran Food to Oxford

The menu consists of food the sisters grew up making in Honduras. There are staple dishes that are served every day along with rotating platters that vary. One of the most popular things on the menu is the Honduran soup that is served every weekend.

Recycle Mississippi Offers Curbside Recycling in City and County

When COVID-19 hit and forced the city of Oxford to discontinue their curbside recycling services, the three owners of Recycle Mississippi sprang into action and offered to bring their service to Oxford residents.

Future of Former Smitty’s Building Still Uncertain

Two weeks before Oxford's restaurants and retails shops began shutting their doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic, residents watched as the building that housed several popular eateries was demolished due to structural damage.

Mask Mandate Is Extended for Oxford; Capacity Is Raised for Businesses

The Board of Aldermen voted in a special meeting Thursday afternoon to keep masks mandatory in all indoor spaces such as restaurants, banks, bars and stores in the city of Oxford.