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Auto students turn scrap into art

Some people look at a pile of scrap metal and all they see is junk. Some people look at it and see the potential to create something unique. Oxford High School juniors Cody Blanchard and Tyler Oke fall into the latter category....more >>
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Coding Club teaches computer program to OES students

Behind every computer program, internet website, Smart Phone and tablet App and video game, there is a code. It's that code that tells those systems step-by-step what to do and how to function properly, but how is it created? That's what fifth-grade teacher Shannon Dodt is teaching students at Oxford Elementary in the after school "Coding Club....more >>
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Domo arigato, Mr. Roboto-teams

By Geoff Mince Special to Leader Seventeen robotics teams from across Michigan came together at Oxford High School over the President's Day weekend to test their latest robots and learn strategies from one another....more >>
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Born February 27th
1891: David Sarnoff, RCA board chairman and a pioneer of U.S. television
1897: Marian Anderson, singer.
1902: John Steinbeck, American novelist (The Grapes of Wrath, Of Mice and Men).
1904: James T. Farrel, author (Young Lonigan).
1910: Peter De Vries, writer, poetry editor (Poetry Magazine, The New Yorker).
February 27th
in history
1939: The Supreme Court outlaws sit-down strikes.
1942: British Commandos raid a German radar station at Bruneval on the French coast.
1953: F-84 Thunderjets raid North Korean base on Yalu River.
1962: South Vietnamese president Ngo Dinh Diem is unharmed as two planes bomb the presidential palace in Saigon.
1963: The Soviet Union says that 10,000 troops will remain in Cuba.