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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 July 8th
1869: Wiliam Vaughan Moody, poet and playwright (The Great Divide).
1906: Philip C. Johnson, architect.
1908: Nelson Rockefeller, U.S. vice president to Gerald Ford.
1943: Faye Wattleton, women's rights advocate.
1953: Anna Quindlen, novelist.
July 8th
in history
1864: Confederate General Joseph E. Johnston retreats into Atlanta to prevent being flanked by Union General William T. Sherman.
1865: Four of the conspirators in President Abraham Lincoln's assassination are hanged in Washington, D.C.
1879: The first ship to use electric lights departs from San Francisco, California.
1905: The mutinous crew of the battleship Potemkin surrenders to Rumanian authorities.
1918: Ernest Hemingway is wounded in Italy while working as an ambulance driver for the American Red Cross.