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Schools' desire to charge facility fees has parks/rec. concerned

Whether it's Boy Scout Troops, Parks & Recreation, church groups, or even the general public, if you're going to use any Oxford Community Schools' facilities for meetings or programs, it's going to cost you....more >>

District approves pool partnership

Hey there swimmers and school pool users, it's official, Oxford Community Schools has a new partner with AquaClub aquatic programming. To celebrate the new partnership the community is invited to a free Open House event on Saturday, April 12 at Oxford Natatorium from 11:30 a....more >>

30 DECA students win at state competition

Thirty DECA students from Oxford High School won their events at the group's state competition held at the Renaissance Center in downtown Detroit March 14-16. "This year's DECA performance was outstanding," said Club Adviser and OHS teacher Steve Ruch....more >>
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Born September 1st
1795: James Gordon Bennet, editor of the New York Sun, the first tabloid-sized daily newspaper.
1875: Edgar Rice Burroughs, novelist who created Tarzan, the Ape Man.
1907: Walter Reuther, labor leader who merged the American Federation of Labor with the Congress of International Organizations.
1923: Rocky Marciano, world heavyweight boxing champion who retired undefeated.
1939: Seiji Ozawa, conductor.
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in history
1902: The Austro-Hungarian army is called into the city of Agram to restore the peace as Serbs and Croats clash.
1904: Helen Keller graduates with honors from Radcliffe College.
1905: Alberta and Saskatchewan become Canadian provinces.
1916: Bulgaria declares war on Rumania as the First World War expands.In 1878, Bulgaria had no army. By 1913, it had one of the most formidable land forces in Europe.
1923: An earthquake levels the Japanese cities of Tokyo and Yokohama, killing 300,000.