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Athletic booster Jim Reis files for school board seat

The Chairman of the Oxford Turf Committee is throwing his hat into the ring for the open school board seat in the upcoming November election. Jim Reis will be running for school board seat left by Doug Myer, who chose not to seek re-election....more >>
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OHS flagpole dedicated to veterans

Prior to the big Wildcats/Dragons football game Aug. 26, a brand new flagpole and American flag were dedicated to all the brave men and women in Oxford who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces....more >>
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Born April 20th
1745: Philippe Pinel, founder of psychiatry.
1807: Aloysius Bertrand (Gaspard de la Nuit), French poet.
1808: Louis-Napoleon (Napoleon III), emperor of France.
1850: Daniel Chester French, sculptor.
1889: Adolf Hitler, Facist dictator of Nazi Germany (1933-1945).
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1657: English Admiral Robert Blake fights his last battle when he destroys the Spanish fleet in Santa Cruz Bay.
1769: Ottawa Chief Pontiac is murdered by an Indian in Cahokia.
1770: Captain Cook discovers Australia.
1775: British troops begin the siege of Boston.
1792: France declares war on Austria, Prussia, and Sardinia.