Pot business in Oxford Village has too many pitfalls

Dear Village of Oxford Councilpersons: I, Ron Renaud of Addison Township, would like to encourage you to VOTE NO on granting any marijuana business licenses anywhere in the Oxford community. It does not help the community and would be a burden to the Village’s financial well-being as the Fees and Excise tax that would be […]

Athlete of Week: Mason Mulholland

Athlete of Week: Mason Mulholland

“Mason has been selected as a captain and he’s had an incredible off-season as well as a start to the season. He’s a returning starter and has been instrumental in leading this team during this difficult situation. Mason is basically an all A student and he sets high goals for himself as an athlete and […]

Athlete of the Week: Collin Massie

Athlete of the Week: Collin Massie

Collin Massie – Boy’s Bowling Collin has recently signed his letter of intent to Spring Arbor University. “Collin puts a lot of time and effort into working on his bowling skills. He is a true student of the game. He has been a member of the program since 6th grade and excelled at every level.” […]

Oxford’s Academic Achiever: Sophie Boglaev

Oxford’s Academic Achiever: Sophie Boglaev

Sophie Boglaev Parents: Kara and Alex Boglaev GPA: 4.089 Favorite Subject: Chemistry Plans after graduation: Undecided on college but planning on majoring in biochemistry, and continuing on to pharmaceutical development. Extracurricular Activities: Marching band, ballet Outside Interests and Hobbies: Baking, reading, playing french horn What did you learn about yourself during lockdown: I like having […]

Thank you!

Dear Editor, On behalf of the Oxford Scrapbookers, we would like to publicly acknowledge and thank all who participated in and contributed to our 8th Crafting For Our Community (CFOC) Crop. With the challenges of in-person gatherings this past fall, our 4th annual Thanksgiving Saturday Crop was transferred to a virtual party on Facebook. We […]

Guest Opinion: Let our student athletes compete

Guest Opinion: Let our student athletes compete

On January 22, 2021, updates for the latest Epidemic Order were communicated to the general public. The restrictions on basketball, cheerleading, hockey, and wrestling were extended to the end of February. I want to be very clear that I respect the duties of the governor and I genuinely appreciate the efforts of her and her […]

Meals on Wheel sending out love for volunteers and holiday help

Dear Editor, Meals on Wheels in Oxford, Lake Orion and Addison thanks Independence Village of Waterstone for providing the Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day meals for our homebound seniors. Independence Village really stepped up to the plate, dinner plate that is, and generously provided meals for all of our holidays during this tumultuous year. […]

Heading to Malta to play pro ball

Heading to Malta to play pro ball

BY WENDI REARDON PRICE Clarkston News Sports Writer Mason Vires opened the new year in Malta after arriving in the country on December 30. Vires, a 2015 Oxford Virtual Academy graduate, is in Malta to play professional basketball. “I felt like it was a good opportunity,” he said, after he signed his contract to play […]

Public Notices: Oxford Community Schools

OXFORD COMMUNITY SCHOOLS Request for Proposals – EIFS Repairs at Oxford High School & Masonry at Oxford Middle School Oxford Community Schools “The District” invites proposals from qualified firms for: 2020 Bond, Series III Projects Exterior Insulated Finish System (EIFS) Repairs at Oxford High School & Masonry at Oxford Middle School Bid documents are available […]

Public Notice: Oxford Village

The Village of Oxford is holding a Virtual Town Hall Meeting to hear residents’ views on allowing marijuana businesses in the Village’s Industrial District. Tuesday, January 26th, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. Zoom Meeting Link and Call-in Details to be Posted on the Village Website: www.thevillageofoxford.org The proposed ordinance allowing marijuana businesses within the Village includes: […]

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