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3rd Annual Daytona 500 Fundraiser

Date: Sunday, February 21, 2016
Let’s get the engines running for O.A.T.S. Watch The Great American Race and enjoy delicious food

3rd Annual Daytona 500 Fundraiser

Date: Sunday, February 21, 2016
Let’s get the engines running for O.A.T.S. Watch The Great American Race and enjoy delicious food

3rd Annual Daytona 500 Fundraiser

Date: Sunday, February 21, 2016
Let’s get the engines running for O.A.T.S. Watch The Great American Race and enjoy delicious food

3rd Annual Daytona 500 Fundraiser

Date: Sunday, February 21, 2016
Let’s get the engines running for O.A.T.S. Watch The Great American Race and enjoy delicious food

Celebrate Recovery

Occurring Each Monday Beginning Monday, February 15, 2016 Through Monday, December 26, 2016.
Celebrate Recovery offers a biblical approach to recovery, using a 12 step approach in a safe, confidential

Recent Letters

Denied

After reading the article in the December 16, 2015 Oxford Leader about Officials rejection / denial ...more»
Ron Renaud | Dec 22

Letters to the Editor

Most agree that the holiday season is to be a time of joy and celebration, a time to enjoy family and ...more»
Mike Fetzer | Dec 20
Dear Editor, I want to thank the friendly staff at Independence Township DPW. Every year, for the Clarkston ...more»
Steve Hyde | Nov 21

Recent Deaths

Barbara Joyce Rockwell

2016-01-15
Barbara Joyce Rockwell (Daniels), age 78 of Oxford, passed away at her home on January 15, 2016 of natural causes. Barb was ...more»

Shirley J. Munroe

2016-02-07
Shirley J. Munroe went home to be with her Lord and Savior February 7, 2016 at the age of 90. She was reunited in Heaven with ...more»

Dorothy Ann MOULTRUP (Winter)

2016-02-06
MOULTRUP (Winter), Dorothy Ann "Dodie"; born November 12, 1941; age 74; of Clarkston, Michigan was taken home on February 6, ...more»

Grapplers conquer OAA Red tournament

Hands hoisted the glass trophy into the air as the Wolves celebrated their victory as the OAA Red tournament champion. "It’s a good thing for the program," said Freddie DeRamus, head coach....more»

McGeachy is their man

Randy McGeachy served as the temporary postmaster of the Oxford Post Office for less than a year, but in that short time, he made a huge impression on the employees. "He makes this office run smoothly," ...more»

Snowstorm freezes Brandon family on I-75

The Cox family made a rest stop on their drive down to Disney World. A 14-and-a-half hour stop in the middle of the expressway, with no restaurants or restrooms in sight, but plenty of snow, ice, and ...more»

Winter Fest brought ‘poopy’ competition

By Meg Peters Review Co-Editor It’s hard to say what was more exciting at the 2016 Outhouse Races, the gregarious announcer introducing each team, or the actual race itself. Urassis Dragon a Potty ...more»
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Born February 11th
1855: Josephine Marshall Jewell Dodge, American educator, pioneer in the concept of day nurseries for children.
1898: Leo Szilard, physicist, instrumental in the Manhattan Project.
1907: William J. Levitt, U.S. businessman and community builder who led the postwar housing revolutions with his Levittowns.
1908: Phillipe Dunne, screenwriter and director (How Green Was My Valley).
1912: Roy Fuller, poet and novelist.
February 11th
in history
1809: Robert Fulton patents the steamboat.
1815: News of the Treaty of Ghent, ending the War of 1812, finally reaches the United States.
1858: 14-year-old Bernadette Soubirous, a French miller's daughter, claims to have seen an apparition of the Virgin Mary at Lourdes.
1903: Congress passes the Expedition Act, giving antitrust cases priority in the courts.
1904: President Theodore Roosevelt proclaims strict neutrality for the United States in the Russo-Japanese War.

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