Terri Kennedy, 66

Terri Lee Kennedy, 66 years old of Walkerville, Michigan passed away peacefully on June 8, 2021 after a long battle with cancer. Terri was born on December 28, 1954 to Jerry and Shirley Clark of Ashland, Kentucky. Terri graduated from Oxford High School in 1972. She married Lonnie Esckelson on January 20, 1973 and welcomed […]

Weekly COVID Update

Weekly COVID Update

This is our 62nd week of reporting local COVID numbers. Our area again saw decreases in recent cases, a small up-tick in total cases and three addition COVID-related deaths. According to numbers provided by the county, last week we reported there were a total of 2,722 cases from Leonard, west to Oxford. This week, 2,739. […]

Chemical spill on M-24 causes headaches for drivers

The Oxford Fire Department responded to the report of a chemical spill on N. Lapeer and Metamora roads, Thursday June 10 at 1:35 p.m. Chief Pete Scholz and Assistant Chief Matt Majestic arrived to find a State Police officer on scene blocking the south bound lanes of N. Lapeer . According to reports, transport truck […]

Oxford’s Academic Achiever: Madeline Lovins

Oxford’s Academic Achiever: Madeline Lovins

Madeline Lovins Parents: Melissa and Gary Lovins GPA: 4.10 Favorite Subject: Psychology Plans after graduation: Go to Kalamazoo College and pursue both psychology and creative writing. Extracurricular Activities: I play softball and piano. Outside Interests and Hobbies: I love reading, writing, and music. What did you learn about yourself during lockdown? I learned to further […]

Bunnies, chickens and pigs . . . oh my

Bunnies, chickens and pigs . . . oh my

I actually had a good time sweating last Wednesday. Remember ing the day, it was in the 90s, muggy and humid. I actually wilted a little bit while a smiling blonde dynamo, a whirling dervish . . . a big straw-hat wearing spitfire showed me around what was once the Baylis horse farm on M-15 […]

Fletcher Spears, Jr., 86

Fletcher Spears Jr., 86, of Oxford, went to be with his Lord and Savior on May 18, 2021 while in San Antonio, TX. Fletcher was born in Braeholm, West Virginia on October 10, 1934 to Fletcher and Ida Spears (Bragg), the sixth of seven children and the only boy in the group. He graduated from […]

Memorial mass for Mary Ann Swanson Neumann

MaryAnn Swanson Neumann, 89, of Oxford went to her eternal life on December 24, 2020. Her family invites you to honor her life at a memorial service held Saturday, June 26, at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Lake Orion. The family will start receive guests at 10:30 a.m. with the funeral mass starting at 11 […]

That’s some ‘Sick’ Pizza

That’s some ‘Sick’ Pizza

New pizzeria set to open next week By Don Rush Pizza called. Scott Taylor answered. And, soon Oxford will have its newest pizzeria. The Sick Pizza Company at 33 N. Washington Street downtown is slated to open next week. Taylor, with his partner Tom Bailey took over the old Vendetti’s Pizza & Sub business in […]

WISH GRANTED

WISH GRANTED

David Sargent, 58, seated, was given a Jimmy Buffet inspired party last week. Sargent is a patient of Cardinal Hospice and is inflicted with Huntington Chorea, a disease which affects muscle control and is evenutally fatal. According to John Domonic, standing behind Sargent, the man of the hour wanted to go to a Jimmy Buffet […]

Antonio Resendez, 83

Oxford resident Antonio Rodriquez Resendez pass away on June 9, 2021. He was 83. Tony is the beloved husband of Mary A. Resendez for 37 years; loving father of the late Michael Resendez, Mark (Kim) Resendez, Lisa (Ray) Vellucci and Christopher Cody; loving grandfather of Michael, Connor, Kayla, Christopher II and Emma; great grandfather of […]

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