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Band takes 1st place at Chippewa Valley Invite

A feeling of deja vu must have come over the Oxford High School Marching Band as it once again took first place in the Class A division at the Chippewa Valley Marching Band Invitational Sept....more >>

Impetigo cases 3, not 15 on JV football team

Last week, parents received an e-mail alert from Oxford Community Schools dispelling any rumors of a MRSA outbreak, but informing them that 15 cases of Impetigo, a highly contagious staph infection was confirmed among the JV Football Team....more >>
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Leonard receives $500 safety patrol grant

The AAA School Safety Patrol awarded eleven schools, including Leonard Elementary, with $500 grants. "I have to give Melissa (Musgrove) all the credit for that," said Leonard Principal Paul McDevitt....more >>
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Lafnear steps down after 10 years with Booster Club

After being apart of the Oxford Wildcat Athletic Boosters for the past 10 years, President J.R. Lafnear is stepping down. Taking his place is current Vice President Mark Stepek. "I don't have a connection to the younger kids and the sports teams that I had when I started....more >>
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Born June 2nd
1740: Donatien Alphonse Francois, the Marquis de Sade.
1840: Thomas Hardy, English poet and novelist (Far From the Madding Crowd, Tess of D'Ubervilles).
1903: Robert Morris Page, physicist, inventor of pulse radar.
1904: Johnny Weissmuller, American gold-winning Olympic swimmer who portrayed Tarzan in films.
1913: Barbara Pym (Mary Crampton), English novelist (Less Than Angels, Quartet in Autumn).
June 2nd
in history
1883: The first baseball game under electric lights is played in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
1886: Grover Cleveland becomes the first American president to wed while in office.
1910: Charles Stewart Rolls, one of the founders of Rolls-Royce, becomes the first man to fly an airplane nonstop across the English Channel both ways. Tragically, he becomes Britain's first aircraft fatality the following month when his biplane breaks up in midair.
1924: The United States grants full citizenship to American Indians.
1928: Nationalist Chiang Kai-shek captures Peking, China, in a bloodless takeover.