$3,200 stolen in golf club burglary

Authorities are searching for whoever is responsible for breaking into Devil’s Ridge Golf Club, located at 3700 Metamora Rd. in Oxford Township, and stealing more than $3,000 in cash and checks. The employee who closes and opens Devil’s Ridge’s clubhouse called Oakland County Sheriff’s deputies and reported the incident after showing his manager the scene […]

Tailgate time!

Students from Daniel Axford and Oxford elementary schools whooped it up during a special tailgate party prior to the football game Friday evening.

Test scores above state averages

Celebrating being above the Michigan average and looking to what might improve student scores in the future, the Oxford Board of Education spent nearly an hour discussing standardized testing at its Sept. 11 meeting. The discussion centered around the figures shown in the chart to the right represent the percentages of Oxford, Oakland County and […]

Active shooter training continues at schools

By the time the board of education is finished, Oxford Schools will have some well-protected students. Last month, staff from the district’s five elementary schools received  ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter and Evacuate) Training. ALICE encourages teachers to proactively evacuate and defend their students using things around them. The training was well-received by elementary school […]

OHS class exposes students to variety of digital imaging technologies

Graphic design, website development, even a little drone flying – students in Digital  Imaging Technologies at Oxford High School will get a little taste of many different career paths involving technology. Spanning the course of a year, this elective, survey-style class aims to give students a working understanding of skills and software becoming increasingly important […]

Tennis team on winning streak

Wildcat tennis has played the first half of its season with a habit of devouring the competition. During its last three games, the team beat its competitors by a wide margin. Head Coach Ryan Ruzziconi said earlier this season that he wants the team to make a name for itself, and it looks like he wasn’t […]

Spikers drop 3 sets to Dragons

Three hard-fought sets weren’t enough for Wildcat volleyball as they lost them all to rival Lake Orion on Sept. 13. After losing the first set 25-9, the Wildcats came back and put more points on the board. Despite Oxford’s efforts, the Dragons walked away with the win after beating the Wildcats 25-23 and 25-18. Senior […]

X-country runners compete at festival

Oxford’s men’s and women’s cross country runners finished in the middle of the pack during the 51st Annual Holly/Duane Raffin Festival of Races Sept. 15. The Wildcats ran against a slew of teams, including Lake Orion, Plymouth, Romeo and White Lake. Oxford competed in the men’s and women’s D1 5,000-meter races. For the men, Oxford’s […]

Film about Native Americans coming to Oxford 7

An independent film that shines a light on the trials and tribulations of Native Americans is coming to the Oxford 7 Theater at 48 S. Washington St. It will be shown at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 22 and on Monday, Sept. 24 at 7 p.m. Few things teach us about the character of a […]

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