Wildcats playing game as tribute to vets

Wildcats playing game as tribute to vets

Oxford High’s varsity baseball players are excited to wear their special patriotic/military-themed jerseys and hats for their Veteran Tribute Game on Friday, May 25 at 4 p.m. The Wildcats will take on Detroit Country Day. Pictured above are (from left) sophomore Drew Carpenter, senior Ben Nuss, junior Joe Good, senior Shae Walters and senior Jack […]

MHSAA honors Maskill for 40 years of officiating

In a world where nothing seems to last, commitments routinely go unfulfilled, promises are broken and attention spans are growing shorter and shorter, it’s nice to know there are still people that can be counted upon to hold up their end and keep plugging away. Don Maskill is one of those folks. The Oxford resident […]

Chief to serve as Memorial Day speaker

Every day, Mike Solwold puts on a uniform to serve and protect the community he lives in. On Memorial Day, the Oxford Village police chief will put on that uniform and honor all those American military men and women who paid the ultimate price on battlefields, both foreign and domestic. Solwold will be the guest […]

Fund-raiser invites folks to pet, play with pups

Canine Academy, an Oxford-based business, is letting the dogs out for a great cause. Folks are invited to attend its “Pet a Pup” fund-raiser on Saturday, June 2. Plenty of adorable puppies will be available to pet and play with from noon to 3 p.m. at 925 Legacy (formerly known as the Legacy Center) in […]

Public invited to honor nation’s fallen May 26 in Lakeville Cemetery

Community members and veterans are once again invited to gather in Addison Township’s historic Lakeville Cemetery to honor all those servicemen and women who perished fighting in America’s wars. The year’s Memorial Day observance, organized by the Lakeville Cemetery Auxiliary, will take place on Saturday, May 26. It’s scheduled to begin at noon, but folks […]

Who were those masked drinkers?

More than 150 people traveled from bar to bar in downtown Oxford during the Lone Ranger Parade and Festival Pub Crawl held Saturday night. Approximately $2,000 was raised to support Oxford’s Lone Ranger Parade and Festival, which will be held on Saturday, August 4. “I thought we had a pretty great turnout,” said Oxford resident […]

Tea time!

More than 80 people gathered at Oxford United Methodist Church on Saturday for its Royal Celebration Tea fund-raiser, which garnered $3,200 in donations for the church. Attendees sipped tea while enjoying lunch and good company as they watched the royal wedding on the big screen. “Everyone had such a great time. We’re already planning to […]

Scouts beautify township hall

Members of Oxford Cub Scout Pack 108 took some time out of their schedules Sunday afternoon to help beautify the Oxford Township Hall, located at 300 Dunlap Rd. Scouts and their parents went to work on the flower bed in front of the hall that surrounds the flagpole. They weeded, raked, planted begonias and spread […]

Green thumbs, big hearts

As part of their International Baccalaureate (IB) Exhibition project on the issue of habitat loss, some fifth-graders from Leonard Elementary School planted a bunch of colorful flowers in the Leonard Nature Park.  

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