Palace Chrysler-Jeep
School News

Additional names to OMS honor roll

Two students, sixth-grader Izaak Ossege and seventh-grader Nicholas Peel, were accidently left off of the Oxford Middle School Honor Roll. Congratuations on all of your hard work and best of luck the rest of the school year....more >>

Protecting our youth starts at home

By Joe St. Henry Review Editor While it may be impossible for young people to admit it, Michele Novak thinks many kids, including plenty in our community, really do look up to adults as role models....more >>

Three bonds, one vote, $20 million proposed by school administration

Clarkston Community Schools administration recommended the Board of Education approve a $20 million bond for the May 2012 election at their Dec. 12 meeting. The board will now review and finalize the bond list presented to them, which cut $3 million from a list presented Nov....more >>
(click for larger version)

Christmas at the O.K. Corral

Clear Lake Elementary's second-graders celebrated a western-style Yuletide with their "Christmas at the O.K. Corral" concert held Dec. 8 at the high school's Fine Arts Center. The townspeople of Snowy Gulch are preparing to celebrate Christmas with their annual festival at the O....more >>

Additions to OMS honor roll

Two students, sixth-grader Izaak Ossege and seventh-grader Nicholas Peel, were accidently left off the Oxford Middle School honor roll, which was printed in the Nov. 30 edition of the Oxford Leader....more >>
(click for larger version)

Crushing cans for college credits

A group of Oxford High School students last week celebrated the end of their college-level course by crushing aluminum soda cans with strange contraptions. It sounds weird, but that's how future engineers roll....more >>
(click for larger version)

Busy as elves in Leonard!

Leonard Elementary looked more like Santa's workshop than a school Friday night. Tons of little ones filled the gymnasium as they painted and decorated all sorts of holiday gift items ranging from birdhouses to Christmas ornaments....more >>
Clarkston Cleaning
The Oxford Leader
SPI Subscriptions
10 - 10 - 15
Site Search

Born October 10th
1900: Helen Hayes, American actress.
1901: Alberto Giacometti, sculptor and painter.
1920: Thelonius Monk, jazz pianist and composer.
1924: James Clavell, novelist (Shogun, Noble House).
1930: Harold Pinter, British playwright (The Homecoming, Betrayal).
October 10th
in history
1863: The first telegraph line to Denver is completed.
1877: Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer is buried at West Point in New York.Tom Custer Died Alongside Brother George.
1911: Revolution in China begins with a bomb explosion and the discovery of revolutionary headquarters in Hankow. The revolutionary movement spread rapidly through west and southern China, forcing the abdication of the last Ch'ing emperor, six-year-old Henry Pu-Yi. By October 26, the Chinese Republic will be proclaimed, and on December 4, Premier Yuan Shih-K'ai will sign a truce with rebel general Li Yuan-hung.
1911: The Panama Canal opens.
1933: At Rio de Janeiro, nations of the Western Hemisphere sign a non-aggression and conciliation treaty. President Roosevelt adopts a good neighbor policy toward Latin America and announces a policy of nonintervention in Latin American affairs at the December 7th International American Conference at Montevideo, Uruguay.