Friday, November 27, 2020

Government

Oxford Political Signs Get Views and Vandals

Political signs are decorating lawns and homes up and down the streets of Oxford, Mississippi. As in...

Antonow, Halcin Hoping for Election Commission District 4 Win

Hotty Toddy News will be running stories about local candidates in the upcoming Nov. 3 election throughout the rest...

Pearson, Carpenter Vie for Lafayette District 3 Election Commissioner

Hotty Toddy News will be running stories about local candidates in the upcoming Nov. 3 election throughout the rest...

Oxford Aldermen Will Not File Lawsuit on Confederate Monument Land Ownership

The Oxford Board of Aldermen voted – again – to not pursue a law suit with Lafayette County to determine who owns the land where the Confederate monument stands on the south side of the Courthouse in the Square.

Reeves Announces Additional COVID-19 Measures

Gov. Tate Reeves announced additional measures Monday to slow the spread of COVID-19. A new executive order places a...

Lafayette’s Baptist Fund Up $600K Since January

After a tumultuous 10 months, Lafayette County’s $20 million Baptist fund investment had made more than $600,000 thus far.

Supervisors Tell Property Owners on CR 5057 to Clean Up or Pay

The Lafayette County Board of Supervisors is giving two landowners 30 days to clean...

Restaurants Reminded to Comply with Mandates or Lose Outdoor Dining

The Oxford Board of Aldermen held a special meeting Monday to decide on guidelines on when to revoke the ability for restaurants to take part in outdoor dining if they've received citations for violating mandates in place for social distancing requirements.

Oxford Aldermen Reopen Avent Park Playground

When the Oxford Board of Aldermen reopened city playgrounds in August, they did not reopen the playground at Avent Park. However, there was nothing put in place to bar children from jumping on the equipment.

Most U.S. senators running in 2020 have agreed to debate. Cindy Hyde-Smith has not.

By Adam Ganucheau and Geoff PenderMississippi Today Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith is one of...

Must Read

Election 2020: Lafayette County Voting Results Update

The Lafayette County election update

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.

Two Lafayette Supervisors Switch to Republican Party

Two Lafayette County Supervisors announced Wednesday that they were switching to the Republican Party.

Supervisors Tell Property Owners on CR 5057 to Clean Up or Pay

The Lafayette County Board of Supervisors is giving two landowners 30 days to clean...