We thank you for your service

Dear Editor, Our message to the thousands of War on Terror heroes should be, “You did your duty and accomplished your mission. We thank you for your service and honor you as victors.” The fact there was never a repeat of Sept.11, 2001 is proof that our troops and their sacrifices won the war in […]

Athlete of the Week: Chase Maier – Varsity Tennis

Athlete of the Week: Chase Maier – Varsity Tennis

Chase Maier – Varsity Tennis “Chase Maier is one of our senior captains. He has the hardest spot on our team at #1 singles. “He is always having to play the best player of the opposing team. Whoever he faces, he consistently gives it his all. “Chase is a great leader and well liked amongst […]

President Biden blames everyone but himself

Dear Editor, Twelve Marines and a Navy Corpsman died at the Kabul Airport because our nation’s top leadership – from the president to his entire top leadership team – failed them. “The buck stops with me,” President Joe Biden read from a teleprompter at his recent press conference. Then he blamed everyone else for his […]

In response to two letters to the editor

Dear Editor, I was going to send my response to you last week about the Jennifer Hart letter to the editor, but did not. I am glad that I did not because I want to add something more because of this last week’s issue. Letter writer Jay Taylor you are right on. I am sure […]

Oxford man sees the world as a Navy reservist

Oxford man sees the world as a Navy reservist

By Stephanie Fox, Navy Office of Community Outreach Oxford resident Senior Chief Petty Officer Darwin King is serving as a Navy reservist with Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command in D.C. and supports exercise Cutlass Express 2021 in Mombasa, Kenya. The exercise is an annual maritime exercise conducted to promote national and regional maritime security in […]

Nourishing your aging brain with healthy fats

Nourishing your aging brain with healthy fats

Adrian Schirr Special to The Leader By now, most of us know we must keep our bodies healthy to prevent diseases like  cancer,  kidney failure,  diabetes,  cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure,  high cholesterol, etc. What only a small percentage know is the brain is very much part of the package. Even less know, like other […]

Public Notices: Oxford Township

CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF OXFORD NOTICE OF BUDGET PUBLIC HEARING (TRUTH IN BUDGETING) FOR THE PROPOSED 2022 OXFORD TOWNSHIP POLICE CONTRACTING FUND BUDGET The Charter Township of Oxford Board of Trustees will hold a Public Hearing for the proposed 2022 Police Contracting Fund Budget on Wednesday, September 15, 2021 at 6:30 p.m. in the evening or […]

‘Unprofessional behavior must stop’

Dear Editor, Residents from Oxford, Lake Orion, Brandon Township, Troy, and other cities in Oakland County have been trying to get the attention of the County Board of Commissioners for nearly four months. They are looking for support to end medical discrimination in the county. Beginning in May, hundreds of residents have participated in Commission […]

Public Notices: Addison Township

ADDISON TOWNSHIP BOARD PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE At a regular meeting including a public hearing held on August 16, 2021 at the Addison Township Office, 1440 Rochester Road, Leonard, MI 48367. The following Ordinance 2021-1 known as the Franchise Renewal Ordinance and as summarized below was adopted. The full text may be viewed or purchased at […]

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