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OMS fight against bullying continues

Oxford Middle School students jump-started the new school year Sept. 11 with an assembly featuring Keenan West, an anti-bullying/motivational speaker "We brought Keenan in last year ....more >>
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Matteson new face of school district communications

Oxford Community Schools' new communications coordinator has a very familiar face. Jenny Matteson will be keeping everyone from the community to the media in the know when it comes to school district news and happenings....more >>
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We are Oxford!

The rain stopped Friday evening just in time for Oxford to hold its annual homecoming parade. Colorful floats, tons of kids, marching band members and the famous Wildcat mascot were all there to help bolster school and community spirit....more >>
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Oxford's full of pep and vinegar

It got loud and rowdy at Oxford High School Friday afternoon as students and staff got all fired up for the big homecoming game with a wild pep assembly that left everyone brimming with Wildcat pride....more >>
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Born September 16th
1875: James Cash Penney, founder and owner of the J.C. Penny Company department stores.
1885: Karen Horney, psychoanalyst who exposed the male bias in the Freudian analysis of women.
1891: Karl Doenitz, German Admiral who succeeded Hitler in governing Germany.
1893: Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, biochemist who isolated vitamin C.
1925: Charlie Byrd, jazz guitarist.
September 16th
in history
1810: A revolution for independence breaks out in Mexico.
1864: Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest leads 4,500 men out of Verona, Miss. to harass Union outposts in northern Alabama and Tennessee. Armed with their new, lethal seven-shot Spencer rifles, Wilder's Lightning Brigade was all that stood between the Union Army and the looming disaster at Chickamauga Creek.
1889: Robert Younger, in Minnesota's Stillwater Penitentiary for life, dies of tuberculosis. Brothers Cole and Bob remain in the prison.
1893: Some 50,000 Sooners claim land in the Cherokee Strip during the first day of the Oklahoma land rush.
1908: General Motors files papers of incorporation.