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OHS presents 'Ella Enchanted'

No matter how old a person is, deep down, everyone loves a good fairy tale. It's a classic formula. Take one beautiful damsel, add a fairy godmother, mix in an evil, power-hungry mastermind along some ogres and giants, then dust it all with a touch of magic....more >>
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Clear Lakers sending X-mas trees to troops

The fourth-graders at Clear Lake Elementary are playing Santa Claus this year to America's troops and their families. Each of the three classrooms is donating $30 to purchase a total of three Christmas trees as part of the "Trees for Troops" program....more >>

LOFT program sells plenty of pies to help students learn independence

Voting wasn't the only American tradition that was happening on Tuesday, Nov. 2. Good old fashioned homemade apple pies were being made by the Oxford LOFT program at Christ the King Church as part of a fund-raiser for the program over the course of Nov....more >>
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Born July 2nd
1900: Tyrone Guthrie, English theater director.
1908: Thurgood Marshall, first African-American Supreme Court Justice.
1916: Barry Gray, radio talk show host.
1918: Robert Sarnoff, president of NBC.
1926: Medgar Evers, American civil rights activist.
July 2nd
in history
1776: The Continental Congress resolves that the American colonies are, and of right ought to be, free and independent States.
1822: Denmark Vesey is executed in Charleston, South Carolina, for planning a massive slave revolt.
1858: Czar Alexander II frees the serfs working on imperial lands.
1863: The Union left flank holds at Little Round Top during the Battle of Gettysburg.
1881: Charles J. Guiteau fatally wounds President James A. Garfield in Washington, D.C.