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Auto students shine in OHS brake contest

Oxford Community Schools is constantly publicizing its emphasis on the three A's academics, arts and athletics. But there's one 'A' that's overlooked in that mantra Auto. Tuesday was a day for Oxford High School's auto students to shine as 24 of them took part in the annual brake competition....more >>
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You know when I was a lad . . .

Michigan State Rep. Brad Jacobsen (R-Oxford) stopped by Lakeville Elementary School last week to visit with students. Jacobsen discussed the various aspects of his job in Lansing, then read a few books to students as part of March is Reading Month....more >>
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Eagles add to nature

Andersonville Elementary students held the acorns in their hands and after one final look placed them into the dirt on their sides, March 7. Kelly Willard's fourth class carried their trays with dirt and soon-to-be-growing red oak trees back into the classroom to write down their observations....more >>
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Born March 1st
1904: Glenn Miller, big band leader during the 1930s and '40s.
1914: Ralph Waldo Ellison, African-American author (Invisible Man).
1917: Robert Lowell, Jr., poet, won Pulitzer Prize in 1947 for Lord Weary's Castle.
1921: Richard Wilbur, Pulitzer Prize winning poet and translator.
1921: Howard Nemerov, writer, another Pulitzer Prize recipient.
March 1st
in history
1803: Ohio becomes the 17th state to join the Union.
1808: In France, Napoleon creates an imperial nobility.
1815: Napoleon lands at Cannes, France, returning from exile on Elba, with a force of 1,500 men and marches on Paris.
1871: German troops enter Paris, France, during the Franco-Prussian War.
1875: Congress passes the Civil Rights Act, which is invalidated by the Supreme Court in 1883.