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Judge urges teens to make 'right choice' about drugs

Everyday there are critical life choices to be made whether good or bad, but Judge Julie Nicholson of the 52-3 District Court hopes Oxford High School students will make the "right choice," as it relates to alcohol, drugs and texting and driving....more >>

OHS May-term cancelled

Due to the current eight snow days, Oxford High School's May-term has been cancelled. "Those missing days have made it very difficult to get all the standards and benchmarks, certainly at the level they need to be for the current semester, so the decision was made that in light of the weather that we would continue to the end of the school year versus going to an 11 day May Term," said Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum & Instruction Dr....more >>
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Strong showing at BPA states

The old Wildcat roar was heard loud and clear at the Business Professionals of America (BPA) state competition held over the weekend in Grand Rapids as 12 Oxford High School students were recognized for their talents and abilities....more >>
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Spring fair fun!

There were plenty of fun things to see and do Saturday at the Daniel Axford/Oxford Elementary Spring Fair....more >>
Donald Turner
The Oxford Leader
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Born January 31st
1797: Franz Schubert, Austrian composer (C Major Symphony, The Unfinished Symphony).
1919: Jackie Robinson, first African-American baseball player in the modern major leagues.
1925: Benjamin Hooks, civil rights leader.
January 31st
in history
1950: Paris protests the Soviet recognition of Ho Chi Minh's Democratic Republic of Vietnam.
1966: U.S. planes resume bombing of North Vietnam after a 37-day pause.
1968: In Vietnam, the Tet Offensive begins as Viet Cong and North Vietnamese soldiers attack strategic and civilian locations throughout South Vietnam.
1976: Ernesto Miranda, famous from the Supreme Court ruling on Miranda vs. Arizona is stabbed to death.
1981: Lech Walesa announces an accord in Poland, giving Saturdays off to laborers.