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OMS choirs salute vets

As they do every year, the talented Oxford Middle School choirs saluted our veterans with their Americana Concert held Nov. 11 at the OHS Performing Arts Center. Local veterans were honored with patriotic music, video clips, heartfelt words of gratitude and the promise that we shall never forget the sacrifices they made to keep America a free and secure nation....more >>

Surprise search yields no drugs at Oxford High

Good news for Oxford High and parents no illegal drugs were found on school property last week following an unannounced search of the premises. OHS in conjunction with the Oakland County Sheriff's Department conducted a random drug search on Nov....more >>
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Former Lion talks about fitness

It's not everyday that high school students get the opportunity to listen to a former pro-bowl player from the National Football League. That is exactly what 350 students at Oxford High School got to due on Tuesday, Nov....more >>

Students' 'inniative' destroyed

New soccer nets at Clear Lake Elem. vandalized

Vandalism sucks, especially when school property is targeted. Just ask Clear Lake Elementary Principal Suzanne Hannatt. On November 8, she discovered both of the school's brand new soccer nets were vandalized....more >>
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Born September 4th
1905: Mary Renault (Mary Challans), author who wrote about her wartime experiences in The Last of the Wine and The King Must Die.
1908: Richard Wright, novelist best known for Native Son.
1918: Paul Harvy, radio commentator.
1920: Craig Claiborne, food critic and cookbook author.
1920: Maggie Higgins, the first woman to win the Pulitzer Prize (1951) for international reporting, for her work in Korean war zones.
September 4th
in history
1943: Allied troops capture Lae-Salamaua, in New Guinea. When Fred Avey joined Pappy Boyington's flock, he found himself among a pack of wolves in Black Sheep's clothing.
1944: British troops liberate Antwerp, Belgium.
1945: The American flag is raised on Wake Island after surrender ceremonies there.
1951: The first transcontinental television broadcast in America is carried by 94 stations.
1957: Arkansas governor Orval Faubus calls out the National Guard to bar African-American students from entering a Little Rock high school.