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Trumpet pro plays with jazz students

Oxford High School's Jazz Band kicked off its first concert in Lansing last Friday night as a part of Marshall Music's 65th year celebration called "Marshallpalcoza." "Marshall Music is the company that does equipment rental and is our music dealer," explained OHS Band Director Jim Gibbons....more >>
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New OVA lab opens doors

Last week, Oxford Virtual Academy (OVA) proudly opened the doors to students at their new lab, located in the Market Place Plaza on N. Lapeer Road. After a little over $2,000 worth of renovations over the summer, the new lab features 3,000 square feet of work and office space....more >>

OVA partners with Kettering University

The Oxford Virtual Academy (OVA) continues to expand their "classroom," this time to Flint. With a newfound partnership with Kettering University, OVA opened another new learning lab directly on Kettering's campus on Sept....more >>
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Born April 18th
1817: George Henry Lewes, philosophical writer.
1857: Clarence S. Darrow, lawyer.
1864: Richard Harding Davis, journalist.
1918: Clifton Keith Hillegass, founder of the study guides known as Cliff's Notes.
1940: Ed Garvey, labor leader.
April 18th
in history
1834: William Lamb becomes prime minister of England.
1838: The Wilkes' expedition to the South Pole sets sail.
1847: U.S. forces defeat Mexicans at Cerro Gordo in one of the bloodiest battle of the war.
1853: The first train in Asia begins running from Bombay to Tanna.
1861: Colonel Robert E. Lee turns down an offer to command the Union armies.