Marshall Henderson

  Love him or hate him, like it or not, Marshall Henderson EXPLODED Ole Miss basketball onto the national stage this season. It started, more...

On Cooking Southern: Poppyseeds, Peas, Pasta, and More

By Laurie Triplette ldtriplette@aol.com SOUTHERNISM OF THE WEEK Pokey:  (1) An adjective in Southern slang, referring to being slow and lagging behind. The way we all feel...

OXFORD, Back in the Day…

Sadly, most generations have a "where were you" moment. Pearl Harbor, Kennedy in Dallas, Reagan shot or 911. I was almost ten years old...

On Cooking Southern: Spinach and Sausage Gnocchi and Bruschetta

Keep it lighter with a Mediterranean twist By Laurie Triplette ldtriplette@aol.com SOUTHERNISM OF THE WEEK Carry on: To express oneself in an exaggerated manner, just shy of a...

Tracing History

With the arrival of this spring weather, our publication, Delta Magazine, decided to get out and enjoy some of it. We accomplished this by...

The Construction of the First Lafayette County Courthouse

After accepting the donation of fifty acres in the geographical center of the new Lafayette County, the Board of Police (the forerunner of the...

On Cooking Southern: Hot Cross Buns

X marks hitting the spot on Good Friday By Laurie Triplette ldtriplette@aol.com SOUTHERNISM OF THE WEEK Rise and Shine: Get on up out of that bed, sleepyhead, and...

The Formation and Naming of Oxford

Early settlers and land speculators started coming in this area of north Mississippi after the Chickasaw Cession of 1832. An act of the Mississippi...

The Theora Hamblett House

Standing a few blocks off the Square, at 619 Van Buren Avenue, is the house best known as the home of Miss Theora Hamblett,...

On Cooking Southern: Holy Week Recipes

High and mighty dishes bring savory sweetness By Laurie Triplette ldtriplette@aol.com SOUTHERNISM OF THE WEEK High and Mighty: Someone who’s acting like they’re better than everyone else, whether...