Whoa! Those Wildcats are fast!

On Saturday, Oxford High School hosted the 54th Annual Elmer Ball Track and Field Invitational. Oxford Head Coach Matt Johnson said it was the largest invitational in the “history of the event.” Twenty-nine teams were represented. “The Oxford Invite was a boys-only event until the middle of the 1990s and (it) has continued to grow […]

Save tax money, not government jobs

It’s not government’s responsibility to employ people. Granted, government needs employees to carry out its basic functions and provide services to citizens. But it does not exist to create and provide publicly-funded jobs. And the jobs government does provide are by no means sacred. When the time comes to cut, consolidate or contract out for […]

Purple Up!

Purple Up!

On Friday, students at Kingsbury Country Day School in Addison Township wore purple to show support for the children of military personnel. April is the Month of the Military Child and part of it involves the “Purple Up!” campaign, a way for folks to support and thank military children for their strength and sacrifices while […]

Vandal(s) trash OHS press box to tune of $10K; district offers $500 reward

A $500 reward is being offered by Oxford Community Schools for tips that lead to the arrest and conviction of the individual or individuals responsible for vandalizing the press box at the high school football stadium, causing an estimated $10,000 or more in damage. Anyone with information is asked to please call Oakland County Sheriff’s […]

Twp. willing to help fund school liaison officer starting in August

It’s been about 14 years since Oxford had a school liaison officer serving and protecting its student population, but that could change later this year. Last week, the township board voted 6-1 to amend the 2016 law enforcement services agreement with the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office to add a patrol investigator, who would serve as […]

Optimists honor student leaders

The Oxford/Lake Orion Optimist Club honored 20 local students at its annual ‘Youth Appreciation Breakfast? yesterday morning. The purpose of the event is to recognize those students who strive to make a difference in their school and have demonstrated leadership qualities both in and out of the classroom. The honorees from the Oxford school district […]

Challenge to supervisor uncertain

Oxford Township’s longtime incumbent clerk and treasurer will definitely face competition in the Aug. 3 Republican primary election. However, it’s unclear at this time whether the supervisor will also face a challenger and whether the trustee race will include four or five candidates. May 11 was the deadline for township board candidates to file nominating […]

Former councilman tosses hat into ring for twp. board

He may not be tanned, but a former Oxford Village councilman is rested and ready to serve on another local board. On Monday morning, Elgin Nichols filed as a trustee candidate for the Oxford Township Board. He’s running as a Republican and will appear on the Aug. 2 primary ballot as one of five candidates […]

The Pride is gone

The old Pacific Pride is no more. On Thursday, April 14, workers demolished the former commercial fueling station on the east side of M-24, just outside the village, near the Oxford Marketplace shopping center. The station had been closed for a number of years. Complete Auto Repair, located next door at 533 S. Lapeer Rd., […]

Dolan, Dolan, he’s their man

Erik Dolan is the newest member of the Oxford Village Council. He was appointed in a 4-0 vote on April 12 and sworn in two days later by township Clerk Curtis Wright. The appointment expires in November. “I’m very thrilled,” he said. Dolan, who lives in the Oxford Lakes subdivision, has been an officer with […]