The detectives asked the retired professor about her presence at and feelings about the pageant.
Lucille Ruffin-Moore is committed to protecting William Faulkner's legacy
The detectives questioned Wendy about her activities at the YCCC during the pageant.
Wendy has devoted her life to the protection of animals.
The coroner's office provided a preliminary report on Barbara Dubois's autopsy. Additional analyses are ongoing.
Thompson Investigations was hired to assess Wendy Kullman's potential risk to the pageant and festival.
The detectives talked to one of the pageant judges about what he witnessed.
Frank planned to be a photojournalist but found his niche in fashion photography.
The detectives talked to the YCCC night custodian about the night Barbara was killed.
YCSD investigators looked up Norm Resol's history of criminal activity in Mississippi.
Norm hasn't always led the most upstanding life.
The detectives talked to the YCCC lounge bartender about the night of the gala.
Bob is training for a management position at the YCCC.
The detectives asked Barbara's former sponsor about his business relationship with her and the pageant.
Sam is a self-made man with business savvy, a warm heart, and a quick temper.
The detectives talked to Barbara's friend about what she witnessed at the pageant.
Mary turned her childhood hobby into a way to support her family.
The detectives spoke with the pageant's primary sponsor about her involvement in the event.
Most of Allie's achievements in life can be attributed to sheer determination.
The detectives talked to a man Barbara dated in college about their relationship.
Denny's mother made sure his path in life has been smooth and untroubled.
The detectives asked Barbara's pageant coach about their history and his appearance at the pageant.
Marty's life has long been a combination of mystery and peculiarity.
CSU prepared a diagram showing the rooms occupied by persons of interest to the investigation.
CSU recovered an apparent draft of a speech Barbara Dubois was planning to give.
CSU submitted this inventory of evidence collected from hotel rooms of pageant-associated persons.
The detectives asked Walbert about the pageant's role in the Yoknapatawpha County Literature Festival.
A lifelong Oxonian, Walbert is well-traveled, well-educated, and well-respected.
The Crime Beat column reports: vandals lash out at the pageant and its primary sponsor.
What cause was Barbara Dubois passionate about?
The detectives talked to Susan about the morning she discovered her daughter was missing.
The one bright spot in Susan's life of loss was her daughter, Barbara.
CSU submitted this preliminary inventory of evidence collected from the crime scene at the YCCC.
Bill Lamar allowed CSU to collect biological samples from him for comparison.
The detectives talked to the YCCC Events Manager about what she witnessed at the YCCC.
Yvonne Boyd is the Events Manager at the YCCC.
The detectives talked to Bill about his discovery of the body.
Bill was born and raised in Oxford but prefers living in Europe.
The local news released their full interview with Barbara.
Born and raised in Yoknapatawpha County, Barbara started participating in pageants as a child.
The Crime Beat column reports: Tragedy hit the Yoknapatawpha County Literature Festival pageant.
YCSD Emergency Services received a 911 call from the Yoknapatawpha County Conference Center.
The local news reports live from the convention center about stunning developments at the pageant.
Today in Yoknapatawpha County… Literature Festival Queen to be chosen tomorrow from three finalists.
Today in Yoknapatawpha County… a loyal OWP reader alleges cosmetics company needlessly tests on animals.
Today in Yoknapatawpha County… a local cosmetics company sponsors pageant to stimulate business.
Today in Yoknapatawpha County… a loyal OWP reader decries pageant as a blight on Oxford.
Today in Yoknapatawpha County… the beauty pageant business is alive and well.
Kelly Moran's husband, Russell, discovered her body in their home when he returned from work. Investigators noted signs of foul play at the scene.
Farmer John Reagle was arrested at a local bar after brandishing what he claimed was his ex-girlfriend's hand.
Newspaper managing editor Monica Drum was found shot to death in her office after the security guard heard gunshots around 3:00 a.m.
The body of 19-year-old Jasmine Ledbetter was found wrapped in plastic and left in the woods off Highway 7 south of town.
Pastor Martinson was found bludgeoned to death at his church on Easter Sunday.
Personal assistant Lee found her boss, literary agent Victor Jennings, dead in a pool of blood in his kitchen.
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