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Crossroads looks to open charter school

Crossroads for Youth is in the process of attempting to establish an educational institution that Oxford's never had before a charter public school. Dr. Janet McPeek, president of Crossroads for Youth, confirmed that the Central Michigan University (CMU) Board of Trustees approved the nonprofit agency's charter application in September....more >>
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10th Annual Americana Concert set for 7 p.m. Friday

Ten years ago, Oxford Middle School Choir Director Jan Flynn came up with a meaningful way to honor area veterans for their deeds and teach students about the significant sacrifices made for the freedoms they enjoy on a daily basis....more >>
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Born February 13th
1902: Georges Simenon, novelist.
1910: William B. Shockley, physicist, co-inventor of the transistor.
1919: Tennessee Ernie Ford, country and gospel singer.
1923: Charles Chuck Yeager, American test pilot, the first man to break the sound barrier.
1933: Kim Novak, actress.
February 13th
in history
1949: A mob burns a radio station in Ecuador after the broadcast of H.G. Wells' War of the Worlds.
1951: At the Battle of Chipyong-ni, in Korea, U.N. troops contain the Chinese forces' offensive in a two-day battle.
1953: The Pope asks the United States to grant clemency to convicted spies Ethel and Julius Rosenberg.
1968: The United States sends 10,500 more combat troops to Vietnam.
1970: General Motors is reportedly redesigning automobiles to run on unleaded fuel.