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LO schools can save $3.5 million a year if health care legislation passes in state

Joe St. Henry Special Writer for The Review Pending state legislation may help our school district save, rather than bleed, a lot of money. Lake Orion Community Schools administrators project the district could save up to $3....more >>

Inman headed for OHS Hall of Fame

Caryn Inman-Herrick, a 2003 Oxford High School graduate and three sport standout in basketball, volleyball and track and field, went on to star in two sports during her collegiate career at Madonna University, thus earning her a spot in the 2011 Class of the OHS Athletic Hall of Fame....more >>
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Born March 1st
1837: William Dean Howells, novelist.
1904: Glenn Miller, big band leader during the 1930s and '40s.
1914: Ralph Waldo Ellison, African-American author (Invisible Man).
1917: Robert Lowell, Jr., poet, won Pulitzer Prize in 1947 for Lord Weary's Castle.
1921: Richard Wilbur, Pulitzer Prize winning poet and translator.
March 1st
in history
1776: French minister Charles Gravier advises his Spanish counterpart to support the American rebels against the English.
1780: Pennsylvania becomes the first U.S. state to abolish slavery.
1803: Ohio becomes the 17th state to join the Union.
1808: In France, Napoleon creates an imperial nobility.
1815: Napoleon lands at Cannes, France, returning from exile on Elba, with a force of 1,500 men and marches on Paris.