Dorothy E. Barnes

Dorothy E. Barnes, of Imlay City, formerly Lakeville, died January 14, 2018 at the United hospice Residence in Marlette. She was 92. Dorothy was born May 27, 1925 in Bates Township, Michigan to the late Alfred and Joyce Goulet. She later married Lawrence Thomas Barnes. Dorothy was a past member of American Legion Auxiliary – […]

Gerald Bruce Trimble

Gerald Bruce Trimble, of Oxford, passed away on January 14, 2018. He was 74. Jerry is the loving companion of Fran Collier; father of Marcy (Josh) Robertson and Dan Trimble; grandfather of Julie, Haley, Joshua, Emma and Kaylee; great grandfather of Makena and Maxton; and brother of Patricia (Tom) Welty, Tim (Pam) Trimble, Mark (Leslie) […]

Tickets on sale for wine tasting

The Oxford Women’s Club is hosting its 14th Annual Wine Tasting Extravaganza on Sunday, Jan. 28 at Addison Oaks-Buhl Estate (1480 W Romeo Rd.). Doors open at 1 p.m. Appetizers and desserts will be served. The beverages this year will be supplied by Zetouna Liquor Store. Craft beers will be served in addition to various […]

Grapplers top Rochester, Lake Orion

On Jan. 3, at Rochester High School the Wildcats Wrestling team began their conference season with matches against both Rochester High School and Lake Orion High. Oxford junior Mathew Curtis jump-started the Wildcats league competition with a second period pin in the first match against Rochester High; the team never looked back as the Oxford […]

Cagers go 2-1

The Wildcats varsity basketball started the New Year off with a rocky start but quickly regained its footing to end the week 2-1. On Jan. 8, the Cats took on Notre Dame and walked out the winner with a 58-55 score. That win came on the heels of another success for the team on Jan. […]

Clear snow, ice for carriers

As freezing temperatures continue to blanket Michigan, the Postal Service is asking customers to clear snow and ice from sidewalks, stairs and mailboxes, to help letter carriers deliver the mail. “Snow and ice make delivery dangerous and slow,” says Oxford OIC Paulette Morris. “Maintaining a clear path to the mail box – including steps, porches, […]

Ed Solon

Ed Solon, a longtime resident of Oxford, passed into the loving arms of our Lord on January 6, 2018. He was 89. Ed was a devoted husband to wife Millie for over 63 years and loving father to Denise, Ed, Brian (Sandy), Michelle and Lori (Tom). He treasured his numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Ed was […]

Dr. Stephen Lee Pearce

Dr. Stephen Lee Pearce, eldest son of Paul and Marie Pearce, of Oxford, died peacefully on Dec. 4, 2017 in New Orleans after a long struggle with Pulmonary Fibrosis. He was 70. Stephen attended Oxford High and graduated with high honors. He earned a B.A. from Oakland University, an M.A. from Tulane University in New […]

Public Notice: Addison Twp.

Township of Addison Public Hearing Notice Zoning Board of Appeals Please be advised pursuant to the Provisions of Public Act 110 of 2006 as amended, the Township of Addison Zoning Board of Appeals at a regular meeting on February 8, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. or shortly thereafter, at the Addison Township, 1440 Rochester Rd. Leonard, […]

Public Notice: Oxford Twp.

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF OXFORD COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT Emergency Services The Charter Township of Oxford is seeking bid proposals from qualified service providers to manage Emergency Services and administer a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Emergency Services Program for the 2017 year. The program will provide emergency services to qualified low- and […]