Light Up OHS With Love!

Light Up OHS With Love!

Oxford High School students — fueled by a pizza party pre-decorating — worked in teams to decorate the high school, from hanging lights and garland to decorating Christmas trees around the school. Photos by Jim Newell Oxford High School students get in the holiday spirit By Jim Newell Managing Editor OXFORD TWP. — From hanging […]

Plans shift in village hall parking lot project

Megan Kelley Staff Writer OXFORD — Over the past several months, the Village of Oxford has been preparing for one of its larger projects, the resurfacing of the Village Hall parking lot. Originally, the project was expected to be completed in three phases, however, during its meeting on Nov. 14, the council approved a change […]

Oxford village Council approves second reading of food truck ordinance

The Oxford Village Council approved the second reading of its food truck ordinance during its meeting on Nov. 14. The council has discussed the ordinance over the course of its last several meetings but did not approve the ordinance at its previous meeting on Sept. 12 after some members of council requested language be added […]

Oxford shoppers support local businesses during Small Business Saturday

Oxford shoppers support local businesses  during Small Business Saturday

Warrior the Wildcat and Erica DiCosmo help fulfill the need for Oxford spirit wear at the Oxford Athletics Boosters Club store. Photos: Wendi Reardon Price By Wendi Reardon Price Staff Writer OXFORD — Kristen and Brian Tabert had already planned to go to breakfast in downtown Oxford last Saturday. But when they saw Oxford DDA’s […]

Lois Robbins, 94

Lois Robbins, 94

Lois B. Robbins, 94, of Oxford, MI, passed away on November 17, 2023. She was born on June 11, 1929, in Detroit, MI, to the late Stanley and Mildred Burton. Lois was an artist, educator, and activist who dedicated her life to making a difference in her community. Lois had a deep passion for the […]

Argene Miracle, 83

Argene Miracle, 83

Argene C. Miracle, age 83, died peacefully at home surrounded by his family on November 13, 2023. He was born on February 24, 1940 to Almeda and Justice Miracle and raised on a farm in Cubbage, Kentucky with his 6 brothers and a sister. He moved to Michigan at the age of 18 where he […]

Oxford school board narrows superintendent search firms to three

Interviews scheduled for Nov. 28 By Shelby Stewart-Soldan Staff Writer OXFORD TWP. – During the regular meeting on Nov. 14, the Oxford Board of Education voted unanimously to approve the recommendation of the superintendent search firm subcommittee to invite Michigan Leadership Institute, McPherson & Jacobson LLC, and Hazard, Young, Attea and Associates to present to […]

Shop Small Business Saturday on Nov. 25

By Shelby Stewart-Soldan Staff Writer OXFORD – The Oxford Downtown Development Authority is encouraging patrons to shop small this holiday season. On Nov. 25, at 9 a.m., retail businesses in downtown Oxford will open for Small Business Saturday, and the Oxford DDA will be giving away free gifts. “We are going to set up in […]

Oxford village awards CDBG funds to Oxford/Orion FISH

Extra funds to go to asbestos removal By Megan Kelley Staff Writer OXFORD – Oxford’s village council held its annual public hearing to consider organizations for the 2024 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), awarding $3,500 to Oxford/Orion FISH with plans to use the leftover funds for asbestos removal at village offices. “Our overall award is […]

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