Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Oxford’s Olden Days: Oak Grove Uprooted and Moved, Becomes 7 Cs

This week’s column was to be the O. A. Shaw Home that sets high on the next ridge from downtown Oxford on the old...

SEC Power Rankings: Rebels Still Not Getting Any Respect

Even after the Seminoles lose their senior QB to injury, Vegas still has the Ole Miss Rebels as a 4.5 point underdog. Can you...

On Cooking Southern: Way South

Enchiladas and Pico for Cinco de Mayo By Laurie Triplette ldtriplette@aol.com SOUTHERNISM OF THE WEEK Put a lid on it. Better bottle up that behavior right now or...

Blog: Twinkie Makes Triumphant Return

By Sidna Brower Mitchell, HT.com blogger The Twinkie is back! Hallelujah! Now I no longer have to ration those Twinkies that I had been saving in...

Oxford’s Olden Days: The Civil War Hospital, War Purposes for University

Three different times during the Civil War the University of Mississippi campus buildings were used as a hospital for sick and injured soldiers. The...

Heaton: Game Days in the North and the South

People ask me all the time about football in the South. Here’s a list of how game day is different. Women's Accessories: North: Chap Stick...

The Howry-Hill-Sultan House

The Howry-Hill-Sultan house, better known as Fiddler's Folly, located at 520 North Lamar Boulevard, Oxford, Mississippi, was built in 1878. In 1875, Charles Howry,...

Adams: To Have a Great Beef Stew, It Takes Peas With a Good Attitude

Team building is an incredibly important topic. I hear from leaders all the time about how they want to make their company, their school,...

Mitchell: The Core of History Is Fact, Core of Heritage Is Emotion

Quick: Name a Mississippi public university named for a slave-owning Confederate general. If you said, “Alcorn,” you’re right. The Lorman school dates to 1871. It was...

Cofield on Oxford — The Second Time Around

They weren't buying many photographs during The Great Depression. The Cofields got by on vouchers from Ole Miss and the little cash business that...