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Roaring for the Lions

Students from Bailey Lake Elementary showed NFL Detroit Lion support by wearing Lions shirts, Friday, Jan. 6. The Lions played their first playoff game since 1999 but were defeated by the New Orlean Saints on Jan....more >>
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Hypnotist coming to OHS stage

Relax and focus on the swinging gold watch. You're getting very, very sleepy. Now, start clucking like a chicken. Okay, so maybe that lead didn't hypnotize you, but it did get you read this story about Michael Brody, a master stage hypnotist and master clinical hypnotherapist who's bringing his unique act to the Oxford High School Fine Arts Center Friday, Jan....more >>
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Concert to feature tribal sounds

Got a bad case of the post-holiday season blues? Not looking forward to two or three months of cold weather, snow and gray skies? (Okay, maybe not now, but it's coming.) Then head over to the Oxford High School Fine Arts Center on Thursday, Jan....more >>
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OHS dance team places 6th at regional competition

This past weekend, the Oxford High School Dance Team made history by becoming the first OHS dance team to attend a competitive dance competition. The team took home 6th place in UDA's Southern Michigan Dance Challenge held at Royal Oak High School in Royal Oak....more >>
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1839: John D. Rockefeller, financier, philanthropist, founder of Standard Oil.
1869: Wiliam Vaughan Moody, poet and playwright (The Great Divide).
1906: Philip C. Johnson, architect.
1908: Nelson Rockefeller, U.S. vice president to Gerald Ford.
1943: Faye Wattleton, women's rights advocate.
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in history
1879: The first ship to use electric lights departs from San Francisco, California.
1905: The mutinous crew of the battleship Potemkin surrenders to Rumanian authorities.
1918: Ernest Hemingway is wounded in Italy while working as an ambulance driver for the American Red Cross.
1941: 20 B-17s fly in their first mission with the Royal Air Force over Wilhelmshaven, Germany.
1943: American B-24 bombers strike Japanese-held Wake Island for the first time.