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Two Bridges' teachers laid off

According to Oxford Board of Education President Colleen Schultz when it comes to laying off teachers "it's never a nice thing for a board of education to do." Due to the fact that Crossroads for Youth is opening a charter school this fall, instead of utilizing the district for educational services, Oxford had to find other places for six displaced teachers, according to Nancy Latowski, deputy superintendent of human resources....more >>
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OHS student's computer program put to good use

It's not everyday that a high school student gets to take their classroom learning and turn it into a real-life job opportunity prior to college. But Oxford High School junior Tyler Scott is doing just that....more >>
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Born July 25th
1880: Morris Raphel Cohen, American philosopher and mathematician.
1902: Eric Hoffer, American longshoreman and philosopher (The True Believer, Before the Sabbath),
1907: Johnny Hodges, jazz musician.
1927: Midge Decter, writer and editor.
1935: Barbara Harris, actress.
July 25th
in history
1861: The Crittenden Resolution, calling for the American Civil War to be fought to preserve the Union and not for slavery, is passed by Congress.
1867: President Andrew Johnson signs an act creating the territory of Wyoming.
1894: Japanese forces sink the British steamer Kowshing which was bringing Chinese reinforcements to Korea.
1909: French aviator Louis Bleriot becomes the first man to fly across the English Channel in an airplane.
1914: Russia declares that it will act to protect Serbian sovereignty.