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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 March 6th
1831: Philip Henry Sheridan, Union Army general.
1885: Ring Lardner, writer (You Know Me, Al).
1899: Richard Leo Simon, publisher, partner of Max Schuster.
1908: Lou Costello, American comedian, partner of Bud Abbott.
1928: Gabriel Garcia-Marquez, Columbian-born novelist (One Hundred Years of Solitude, Love in the Time of Cholera).
March 6th
in history
1943: British RAF fliers bomb Essen and the Krupp arms works in the Ruhr, Germany.
1945: Cologne, Germany, falls to General Courtney Hodges' First Army.
1947: Winston Churchill opposes the withdrawal of troops from India.
1948: During talks in Berlin, the Western powers agree to internationalize the Ruhr region.
1953: Upon Josef Stalin's death, Georgi Malenkov is named Soviet premier.