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Pet therapy dog makes difference at OHS

Oxford High School's newest student is immediately carving out a hole in the entire student population's heart. Gracie can be seen at the high school four days a week strolling the halls and visiting classrooms, helping calm students and offering hugs, unconditional love and affection for everyone she meets....more >>

Enrollment unofficially down

Still waiting for numbers from OHS, virtual school

All the data might not be back yet, but the preliminary results of Count Day on Feb. 8 shows the district's student population fell from the previous count in September. According to data from Kathy Absher, who oversees the district enrollment for Student Services, the district is unofficially down 14....more >>
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OHS student will use health skills, knowledge to compete

Add another Oxford High School student who will be heading to a state final competition in April. OHS junior Natalie Jones won the bronze medal in physical therapy during the Health Occupations Students of America regional, which took place Feb....more >>
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Robotics team pitches funding idea to state senator

The Oxford High School Robotics team, TORC 2137, was showcasing more than school spirit Friday morning. Michigan Senator Jim Marleau (R-Lake Orion) stopped by the engineering lab to listen to a proposal from the robotics team to allocate approximately $5,000 for each high school robotic team in the state....more >>
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1805: William Rowan Hamilton, Irish scientist.
1901: Louis Armstrong, legendary jazz trumpeter.
1912: Raoul Wallenberg, Swedish diplomat credited with saving nearly 100,000 Budapest Jews during World War II.
1958: Mary Decker Slaney, American athlete, winner of seven track and field records.
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1790: The Revenue Cutter service, the parent service of the U.S. Navy and Coast Guard, is organized.
1864: Federal troops fail to capture Fort Gaines on Dauphin Island, one of the Confederate forts defending Mobile Bay.
1875: The first Convention of Colored Newspapermen is held in Cincinnati, Ohio.
1879: A law is passed in Germany making Alsace Lorraine a territory of the empire.
1914: Germany invades Belgium causing Great Britain to declare war on Germany.