Cemetery prez thanks WAA supporters

On behalf of Wreaths Across America (WAA) and American Legion Post 108 in Oxford, Ridgelawn Memorial Cemetery, Inc. would like to thank all of the scouts and people who placed wreaths on all of the veterans graves during the Dec. 15 event. Ridgelawn would also like to thank Dave Gerber for conducting the opening prayer, […]

Resident wants to keep new snow ordinance as is

After reading the article on the snow ordinance changes in the Dec 19 Oxford Leader, I would like to address this issue. I am a lifelong Oxford resident who enjoys walking in the village year round. I have done this for years.  I was ecstatic a few months back to see that there was going […]

Scrapbook group expresses gratitude for fund-raiser’s success

On behalf of the Oxford Scrapbookers Facebook Group, we would love to thank the community of Oxford for the wonderful support in helping make our second annual “Crafting for Our Community” a successful fundraising event. On Nov. 24, we welcomed 43 crafters and 10 vendors for a 12-hour day filled with crafting, fellowship, and fundraising. […]

Village street name finally corrected

It finally happened. After years of providing the facts then hoping, wanting and wishing it has come true! Yes, the three signs for my street have been replaced with the correct  spelling. The street was named after John C. Moyers who plotted the land decades ago. Even though the street name was always spelled correctly […]

Reader doesn’t want pot businesses in Oxford

Now that recreational marijuana is legal, small communities, like Oxford, are in the position of determining the impact on the area. There are uses for marijuana in medicine and it has benefited many, but recreational use is different. Adding a storefront dispensary to Washington Street, downtown area, would pose significant problems and require resources that […]

Scout concerned about poor condition of roads

I am working on the communication merit badge for Boy Scouts, and one of the requirements is to express an opinion to a local newspaper. I have concerns about the conditions of the local roads. It appears that the roads are just being patched instead of being repaved. It seems that this just results in […]

Drop a line to former elementary teacher

Have you ever had a teacher that made a difference in your life? I have. She kept me after school because she knew no one was home except for my elderly, crippled grandfather. So, she made up little chores and taught me songs. I would have loved to know what happened to her because I […]

Addison resident critical of cell tower coverage

I am very disheartened to see the level of fact-based reporting and investigation for the truth of your paper is now declining after reading the Oct.25 article by Shelby Tankersley   “Addison OKs controversial cell tower,” where Ms. Tankersley slants the reporting to the side of the township, disregarding the many valid and solid points made […]

Oxford Women’s Club wine dinner Nov. 3

The Oxford Women’s Club will host a wine dinner on Saturday, Nov. 3 at 6 p.m. The event will take place at Avery’s Tavern, located at 2086 Crooks Rd. in Rochester Hills. The evening will include a four-course dinner paired with wines selected by Michael Cregar from the Woodberry Wine Company. There will be a […]

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