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No layoffs, 1% raises in district's proposed $48.9M budget

Oxford School's proposed $48.9 million budget for the 2014-15 fiscal year contains no layoffs and no pay cuts, according to Assistant Superintenent of Business & Finance Pamela Anstey....more >>
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One candidate's filed for school board so far

As of deadline on Monday, only one candidate has filed so far for one of the four open seats on the Oxford School Board. That candidate is Paula Foster. Foster has lived in Oxford for more than 15 years with her husband of 18 years, Erick, and their 10-year-old son, who will be a fifth-grader at Oxford Elementary in the fall....more >>
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Oxford team finishes 24th in national auto competition

"My official spin on this is we're better than half the people that were there." That's how Oxford High School Auto Instructor Dan Balsley cheerfully described the 24th place finish of Alan LaBarge and Mike Smith at the Ford/AAA Student Auto Skills national finals held June 10 in Dearborn....more >>
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Oxford grad presents Nabi Tablets as part of IB project

By Trevor Keiser Leader Staff Writer Jenna Duronio, an Oxford High School 2014 graduate, brought a smile to some Lakeville Elementary Students with Autism as she handed out five Nabi Tablets on June 12....more >>
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Born March 28th
1868: Maxim Gorky, Russian short story writer and novelist.
1895: James McCudden, the first RAF pilot to receive the Victoria Cross.
1909: Nelson Algren, novelist (The Man with the Golden Arm, A Walk on the Wild Side).
1929: Frederick Exley, American novelist (A Fan's Notes).
1930: Jerome Isaac Friedman, American physicist, helped confirm the existence of quarks.
March 28th
in history
1933: Nazis order a ban on all Jews in businesses, professions and schools.
1939: The Spanish Civil War ends as Madrid falls to Francisco Franco.
1941: The Italian fleet is routed by the British at the Battle of Matapan.
1941: English novelist Virginia Woolf throws herself into the River Ouse near her home in Sussex. Her body is never found.
1942: A British ship, the HMS Capbeltown, a Lend-Lease American destroyer, which was specifically rammed into a German occupied dry-dock in France, explodes, knocking the area out of action for the German battleship Tirpitz.