Is there snow yet? Oxford-Brandon skiers ready for season start

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow… Members of the Oxford-Brandon ski team are patiently counting the days until the 2004 competition season begins on January 8 again Flint Powers. “We should have a very good season this year,” said coach Ed Haley. “My girl’s team is very strong and the boys are […]

Oxford Competitive Cheer to host tournament for first time

The Oxford Varsity Competitive Cheer team is ready to take things up a notch this season – which includes hosting for the first time a Competitive Cheer Coaches Association’s Tournament. The event is set for this Saturday, Dec. 13, with Round 1 beginning at 10 a.m. “This is our first time doing this so I’m […]

Wire theft at DTE Substation

Addison Township Substation Commander Sgt. Pete Burkett is looking for anyone with information concerning the theft of 2,650 feet of copper wiring from the DTE Energy Substation on Rochester Rd. Jack Horn, field supervisor for DTE Energy, has been working on an expansion project at the DTE Energy substation for several weeks. According to Horn, […]

Photographer’s work becomes commemorative stamp

Philip Handleman recently had a very personal goal fulfilled – his photograph of the U.S. Air Force Academy’s famed Cadet Chapel was selected for a commemorative stamp by the U.S. Postal Service. “I am honored beyond measure to have this image selected,” said Handleman, an avid airman and owner of the 160-acre Sky Ranch located […]

Achatz pies #1 in nation

Oxford has a national celebrity right in its own backyard. The Achatz Handmade Pie Co., located in downtown Oxford, was recently highlighted on The Food Network’s “TOP 5” specialty show as the number one pie company in the nation. “This is the first time we’ve ever been featured in something like that,” said co-owner and […]

Oxford cheerleaders host successful CCCA Invitational

The Oxford Varsity Competitive Cheer team hosted a successful competition on Dec. 13 for the Competitive Cheer Coaches Association. “The girls performed pretty well this weekend,” said coach Kristy Gibson-Marshall. In the morning, the ladies finished first in their bracket and qualified for the top pool. In the afternoon session, Oxford took sixth in the […]

Oxford grapplers sit 4-5 heading into Oakland Unvite

A tough pre-break season has left the Oxford grapplers heading into the Oakland County Invitational with a 4-5 record. The Wildcats split on Dec. 10 against Redford Union and Flint Powers, and then walked away from the Romeo Invitational on Dec. 13 2-3. The Cats lost 33-35 in an exciting meet against Redford Union that […]

Oxford ladies walk away with Imlay City Tourney

The Lady Wildcat varsity volleyball team started off their season with a bang – the girls walked away for the second year in a row with the Imlay City Tournament. The Oxford team went 5-0 for the day taking them into the finals against top rival North Branch, who defeated the Wildcats in the first […]

Kindermusik comes to Oxford

Parents and caregivers in Oxford can now take their children through a very original “musical adventure” with Kindermusik with Kimberly. Kindermusik is a music and movement program for children from birth to seven years of age. The program fosters total development through parent involvement and skill building at the child’s pace. “Kindermusik looks at the […]

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