Oxford Wildcat Academic Achiever: Grace Cleland

Name: Grace Cleland Parents: Doug and Jessica Cleland GPA: 4.131 Favorite Subject: Biology Plans after Graduation: I plan to attend a four-year university to study nutritional science. Extracurricular Activities: National Honor Society and HOSA Outside Interests or Hobbies: Running, Paddleboard Yoga, Reading Best friends are people who: overlook your broken fence and admire the flowers […]

Spaghetti dinner to help beautify cemetary

The Lakeville Cemetery Auxiliary will conduct a spaghetti dinner fund-raiser on Thursday, April 20 at 1447 Milmine Rd. in Lakeville. There will be two seatings. One at 5 p.m. and a second at 6 p.m. Cost is $8 for adults and $3.50 for youth ages 4-12. Kids age 3 and under eat for free. Takeout […]

Eat some Mexican and feel the love

Casa Real in downtown Oxford is hosting a fund-raiser for Love INC of North Oakland County on Thursday, April 20 from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. The 21 S. Washington St. Mexican restaurant will donate 20 percent of any customer’s bill who brings in the flyer shown here.  

Next stop – the world!: OHS robotics team to compete in St. Louis

By Mary Reynolds Special to the Leader Team TORC, the Oxford High School robotics team, had a great showing at the state championship last week at Saginaw Valley State University. The state championship was played on four competition fields, with TORC competing on the Ford Field. After finishing in 11th place out of 40 teams […]

Talking urinals aimed only at men – for now

Editor’s Note: Enjoy this Jim’s Jotting’s classic from 2007. But if it makes you want to pee, don’t blame us. The extent to which our governments will go to save our lives reached a goal never envisioned by the taxpaying public. While many people haven’t accepted being made to buckle up, and several fight forced-helmet […]

Oxford LAX pounds Farmington

Oxford’s varsity boys lacrosse team took a solid 15-4 win against Farmington April 13. The Wildcats were led by Spencer Petoskey’s six goals and Garrett Stuk’s three tallies. “We have to play better, faster, in the early part of the game,” said Greg Normand, Oxford’s head coach. “We always play hard, but now we have […]

Three losses for baseball team

The Oxford Wildcats baseball team fell 7-1 to Rochester in the first game of the series at Rochester High April 17. Anthony D’Alessandro lead the offense that night with two hits. Jack Smalley, Zak Schwerin, Gage Warzecha, Ben Gingell, Justin Allen and Josh Allen each collected one hit. On Saturday, April 15, the team competed […]

Public Notice: Oxford

NOTICE OF JOB OPPORTUNITY Scripter Park Seasonal Employee The Village of Oxford is seeking qualified applicants for seasonal summer help. The Village of Oxford is seeking qualified applicants for the seasonal position of beach attendant at Scripter Park. Responsibilities include general maintenance of beach, beach house, and park areas. Experience in park, grounds or beach […]

Danny Lee Bailey

Danny Lee Bailey, a resident of Goodrich, passed at away at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit on April 13 from heart failure. Born in 1950 in Goodrich, Danny was the youngest son of nine children to Herbert Leonard Bailey and Pauline Alta Earp. He was named after his uncle who died as a child in […]

Public Notice: Oxford

NOTICE OF JOB OPPORTUNITY Scripter Park Seasonal Employee The Village of Oxford is seeking qualified applicants for seasonal summer help. The Village of Oxford is seeking qualified applicants for the seasonal position of beach attendant at Scripter Park. Responsibilities include general maintenance of beach, beach house, and park areas. Experience in park, grounds or beach […]

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