My goodness, the pageantry!

Residents of Clear and Squaw lakes in Oxford Township held their second annual Fourth of July boat parade on July 2. “We had 15 boats enter this year,” said Organizer Cindy Wright. “This year, there was an open theme for the boat parade, so individuals could use their creative juices. We really did have many […]

Summer concert memories

Downtown Oxford’s Centennial Park is the place to be every Thursday evening during the summer. Open mic time starts at 6 p.m. and is followed by musical groups of all types from 7-9 p.m. The concerts are free and all are welcome.  

Red, waves and blue

ADDISON TWP. – Lakeville Lake was awash in a sea of red, white and blue Saturday afternoon as it played host to a patriotic boat parade in honor of Independence Day. More than 24 boats of all shapes and sizes participated in the event. “I thought it was nice,” said Paul Woodring, parade organizer and […]



Oxford Elementary School played host to Camp Invention last week. Pictured (from left): Crosby Hendrickson, Ashton Hillary and Scott Burgess make an invention work with some assistance from Natalie Daversa, a teacher at Oxford Middle School. For more photos and information, please read “Let’s get inventing!”

Dry weather leads Oxford to ban all open burning, personal fireworks

Until further notice, all types of open burning and the use of any and all personal fireworks is strictly prohibited in Oxford Township and Village by order of Fire Chief Pete Scholz. He enacted the ban on Wednesday, June 29 as result of all the hot, extremely dry weather the area’s experienced throughout the month […]

Fire destroys piece of immigrant’s past

OXFORD VILLAGE – Part of an immigrant’s past was reduced to ashes and a couple of tenants, one of whom is a veteran, lost the roof over their heads because of a devastating fire during the wee hours of June 23. Fifty years ago, the house at 77 S. Glaspie St. was the physical embodiment […]

Water customers asked to restrict use

Due to the dry weather, water usage is up in Oxford Township. As a result, the water storage towers are getting low, which can result in low pressure, according to Supervisor Bill Dunn. To help ensure adequate pressure for everyone, township water customers are being asked to not water their lawns, landscaping or subdivision common […]

Lone Ranger Festival to welcome creator of ‘Ghost Canyon’ series

An opportunity to meet the creator of a unique tale of outlaws, lies, lust and the living dead in the Old West awaits visitors to Oxford’s Lone Ranger Parade and Festival on Saturday, Aug. 6. Aaron Warner, the talented artist behind the photo graphic novel series “Ghost Canyon,” will be selling and autographing copies of […]

Weckle’s proposed downtown development subject of presentation, public hearing

A proposed development that would provide downtown Oxford with additional parking, plus a trio of brand-new buildings, was the subject of a presentation and public hearing at the June 21 village planning commission meeting. “I think it’s a wonderful, wonderful development,” said village resident Dennis Moser, who lives next door to the site at 48 […]

Seymour Celebration returns bigger, better than ever

Only in Oxford Township does the Fourth of July holiday play second fiddle to one of the area’s largest and most spectacular celebrations of the year. Get ready because the Seymour Celebration is slated to return to the 132-acre Seymour Lake Township Park and run from Thursday, July 7 to Saturday, July 9. This year’s […]