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OMS Equestrian Team clinches Div. B title

Oxford Middle School's equestrian team recently galloped home with the gold from the Armada Fairgrounds. After two days of tough competition (May 16-17), the six-member team won the Division B championship....more >>

Little-leaguer to compete in USA World Series

As child athletes often dream of what it will be like to 'play under the big lights' and be featured on television screens nationwide as college or pro players, 11-year-old Oxford resident, Alexis Cardona is getting her chance a little bit early....more >>
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OHS senior athletes honored

By Trevor Keiser Leader Staff Writer This year's senior sports awards ceremony had a total of 164 senior letter winners (94 boys and 70 girls). The event was held May 3 at the Oxford Performing Arts Center....more >>
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Born May 28th
1916: Walker Percy, writer (The Moviegoer, Love in the Ruins).
1918: Herb Shriner, radio humorist.
1919: May Swenson, poet.
1932: Stephen Birmingham, novelist and biographer.
1936: Fred Chappell, poet and novelist.
May 28th
in history
1859: The French army launches a flanking attack on the Austrian army in Northern France.
1863: The 54th Massachusetts, a regiment of African-American recruits, leaves Boston, headed for Hilton Head, South Carolina.
1871: The Paris commune is suppressed by troops from Versailles.
1900: Britain annexes the Orange Free State in South Africa.
1940: Belgium surrenders to Germany.