Workers at the Center for Domestic preparedness in December 2015 incinerated thousands of gallons of water flushed from bays where deadly warfare agents were used knowing the equipment’s monitor wasn’t working correctly, according to the agency.
JACKSONVILLE — Oxford’s Eugene Leonard has a list of goals in the notes on his phone. He reads them every night before he goes to bed. It includes goals such as lead, be the best he can be and keep his grades up.
FRUITHURST — As a former teacher who spent 11 years in the classroom, I always assigned homework to my students, no matter the grade level. As an administrator, I have always expected my teachers to assign homework, no matter the grade level.
Anna Catherine Alderman has wanted to be a cheerleader for as long as she can remember. She began cheering competitively while in first grade and has continued along that path through her high school years. "I really enjoy the energy that surrounds the competition venues," she said.
Oxford’s downtown, even with its charm, may not seem unique to those who never lived here. But artist Jerry Marks believes it is unique. He sees the big picture of the town once called Lick Skillet. To share his thoughts, he has painted a big picture — 48 inches wide by 36 inches high, in fa…
Today is National Peking Duck Day, for the benefit of those who might be remotely interested in such news. Peking duck, coated in a sweet spicy sauce, is one of those foods that defies wine pairing, as are a lot of Pacific Rim dishes.
(Editor’s note: Since Donald Trump’s victory in last year’s election, many Christians became convinced he was chosen by God to be president even though he hardly fits their mold of a virtuous leader. In our "Hand of God" series, we take a closer look at the widespread belief that God interve…