Look up!

Look up!

With some assistance from his mother, Mandy, little Patrick Nelder, 3, of Oxford, safely views the partial solar eclipse that occurred Monday afternoon. They were among the approximately 150 folks who attended the eclipse-viewing party at the Oxford Public Library. At the pinnacle, approximately 80 percent of the sun was obscured by the moon. Photo […]

Cats to open season in Michigan’s Big House

One of the most iconic sporting venues in the United States will play host to the Wildcats on Friday, Aug. 25 Oxford is slated to slug it out with the Romeo Bulldogs at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor. Game time is 4 p.m. Nicknamed “The Big House,” Michigan Stadium opened in 1927 and has an […]

Village’s new clerk decides to stay put

It turns out Lee Ann O’Connor will not be Oxford Village’s new clerk/treasurer after all. She has decided to remain an employee of the City of Rochester. “I hope Oxford will forgive me,” said O’Connor, of Waterford. “It’s a nice town. Everyone I met was absolutely wonderful. I just did not realize the impact my […]

The red dressing is back!: Kalohn launches Roadhaus line of food products

Move over Paul Newman, there’s an up-and-comer in the high-stakes world of salad dressings and he’s gunning for your spot on grocery store shelves. Oxford resident Hans Kalohn has launched a line of flavorful food products under the name Roadhaus. The line includes a salad dressing, marinade, seasoning blend and dry rub. All of them […]

FISH provides backpacks, school supplies for 2017

A total of 207 Oxford and Lake Orion students will head back to school with all the tools they need to succeed thanks to the hard work of Oxford-Orion FISH volunteers and the generosity of local donors. On Saturday, students, ranging from little ones to teenagers, showed up with adult family members at FISH’s food […]

Historic church to become private home

A former house of God is now the house of Tim Oleston. He’s the new owner of the historic building at 1422 Milmine Rd. that used to be the Lakeville United Methodist Church. Last month, Oleston purchased the building and the 0.33-acre parcel it sits on for $105,000. He plans to transform it into a […]

Eagles run in the family: Paul DeAngelis earns scouting’s highest rank

Having one Eagle Scout in a family is definitely something to crow about. Having three is downright impressive. Last week, Paul DeAngelis, of Oxford, became the third member of his clan to attain scouting’s highest rank. “I do feel a sense of achievement,” he said. “I’ve worked so many years to get to this point.” […]

Preschool opening at Christ the King

The school will operate Monday through Friday and consist of two classes, one for 3-year-olds, led by teacher Denise Evanson, and one for kids ages 4 and 5, led by teacher Jessica Kuykendall. According to Preschool Director Stevie Murphy, together, these classes will be able to accommodate up to 22 children per day. There will […]

Where did the sun go?

About 150 folks gathered outside the Oxford Public Library Monday to watch the partial solar eclipse. Approximately 80 percent of the sun was obscured by the moon at the peak of this event, which occurred at 2:27 p.m.  

Football season is back!

Football season is back!

Oxford High School’s varsity football team hit the field last week and began practicing for the 2017 season. In their first matchup, the Wildcats will take on the Romeo Bulldogs at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor on Friday, Aug. 25. Game time is 4 p.m. Above is Sergio Borg attempting to slip past a defender. […]