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Lakeville students talk peace

Lakeville Elementary kicked off their first school assembly of the year talking about peace. With Sept. 21 being the "International Day of Peace," International Baccalaureate Coordinator Christine Vince talked with students how they can bring peace on a local level in their school....more >>
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OHS grad uses his bone marrow to save lives twice!

Folks always hear a lot about the importance of giving blood or becoming an organ donor, but they rarely hear about the need for bone marrow donors. Darrell Anhel, a 2002 graduate of Oxford High School, knows about the need first-hand as he's been called upon to donate twice in the last five years....more >>

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OHS choirs raising funds for trip to the Emerald Isle

For many people, traveling abroad is just a dream, but for Oxford High School Choir Students it could become a reality. After performing at Carnegie Hall last year in New York City, OHS Choir received an invite to travel to Ireland and perform in the "Ireland Celebration of American Music Concert Series," but in order for students to make it there they're going to need some community support....more >>
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Run, Clear Lake! Run!

There's nothing like those feelings of unadulterated freedom and pure joy that a child receives when running for fun. Clear Lake's PTO tapped into that wonderful spirit last week as it conducted its annual Fun Run on Friday, Sept....more >>
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Born July 9th
1887: Samuel Eliot Morison, biographer and historian.
1894: Dorothy Thompson, journalist, writer and radio commentator.
1908: Minor White, abstract photographer.
1926: Mathilde Krim, geneticist, founder of the AIDS foundation.
1933: Oliver Sachs, neurologist and author (Awakenings).
July 9th
in history
1850: U.S. President Zachary Taylor dies in office at the age of 55. He is succeeded by Millard Fillmore.
1861: Confederate cavalry led by John Morgan captures Tompkinsville, Kentucky.
1900: The Commonwealth of Australia is established by an act of British Parliament, uniting the separate colonies under a federal government.
1942: Anne Frank and her family go into hiding in the attic above her father's office in an Amsterdam warehouse.
1943: American and British forces make an amphibious landing on Sicily.