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97 senior athletes honored by Boosters

Handing out Senior Athletic Awards for Oxford High School's Class of 2013 was a little bit harder than years past, according to Athletic Director Mike Watson. "This class has a special place in my heart because I started at OHS with them four years ago," Watson said....more >>
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Students to learn about govt., police

Three Oxford High School students will spend part of their summer exploring the world of public service. Juniors Kristen Godwin and Brianna Hughes will attend the 72nd session of the Michigan American Legion Auxiliary Girls State, to be held June 16-22 on the campus of Michigan State University in East Lansing....more >>
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Doslak is #1

Jon Doslak is a perfect example of why it's important to always try hard and never give up. The 2013 Oxford High School graduate was taking a difficult exam, the outcome of which he didn't have very much confidence in....more >>
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Baccalaureate mixes faith, future

Looking out a crowd of about 50 students, former Oxford High graduate and current Oxford Middle School Teacher, Joe Zmikly recalled seeing about 150 students at his baccalaureate service....more >>
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1908: Alistair Cooke, English journalist, television host.
1916: Thomas McGrath, poet and novelist.
1923: Nadine Gordimer, Nobel Prize-winning South African novelist.
1925: Robert F. Kennedy, U.S. Attorney General, New York senator and brother of President John F. Kennedy. He was assassinated while running for president.
1936: Don DeLillo, author (White Noise, Libra).
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1967: U.S. census reports the population at 200 million.
1971: The United States announces it will give Turkey $35 million for farmers who agree to stop growing opium poppies.
1974: The United States files an antitrust suit to break up ATT.
1978: In Jonestown, Guyana, American Rev. Jim Jones leads his followers in a mass suicide.
1982: South Africa backs down on a plan to install black rule in neighboring Namibia.