Oakwood-Hadley Road intersection now open

 Travelers who like to head west on Oakwood Road to M-15, rejoice. On June 19, the intersection closed for the summer to make safety improvements and to replace the culvert under the road. The project was finished ahead of schedule, and the intersection opened to traffic on August 25. “We were saying the project would […]

Oxford, Lake Orion cross country teams to run for 42 Strong

 Funds will go to the Tate Myre Foundation By Jim Newell Special to the Leader The Oxford-Lake Orion football game is always an intense gridiron rivalry, with the winner claiming the Double-O Trophy and bragging rights for a year. But what happens off the field when the Lake Orion and Oxford communities team up is […]

New park honors the memory of Helen Smith, advocate for all things Oxford

New park honors the memory of Helen Smith, advocate for all things Oxford

‘Always a Wildcat’   CJ, Nita and Patti: (From left) Oxford Communications and Grant Manager C.J. Carnacchio and Helen Smith’s daughters, Nita Stevenson and Patti Colvin, took a little time to appreciate the new park and playground at the Helen Smith Park, but quickly made way for the kids to play.   Post 108: Members […]

Medicare fraud

 Just some information, I wanted to share with the community. I received my Medicare Summary Notice which lists what medicare paid for my medical expenses. I had never ordered a Covid test kit, but had received one last May. My Medicare Summary had a total of four test kits listed. I called Medicare and discovered […]

PEAS provides a forever home to farm animals

PEAS provides a forever home to farm animals

By Jim Newell Lake Orion Review Editor OXFORD TWP— Even just a few hours at the Pan Equus Animal Sanctuary (PEAS) farm can provide an abundance of enjoyment and rejuvenate one’s spirit – for both the people and the animals. The caring owners and volunteers at PEAS are dedicated to making sure that nothing is […]

Thanks for the coverage

 Dear Editor, Many thanks for your wonderful coverage of the boat parade on Paint and Clear lakes.  Our community is so lucky to have the Oxford Leader (July 12, 2023). I also really enjoyed the Peggy Reddaway reflection in Don Rush’s “Don’t Rush Me” column. Thanks for all you do! Glenn McTaggart Oxford

Mobley arraigned on murder charges in Eilber’s death

Mobley arraigned on murder charges in Eilber’s death

  BY JEFF HOGAN Special to the Leader LAPEER — Chadwick Mobley stood mute Monday morning from the Lapeer County Jail during a virtual arraignment proceeding when he was charged in the murder of Andrea Eilber, 20, of Otisville, that occurred in November 2011. Mobley, 42, wearing an orange Lapeer County Jail prisoner jumpsuit, said […]

US Military forces and veterans get complimentary admission to Ally Challenge

  Tournament officials announced complimentary admission to The Ally Challenge in Grand Blanc is available to members of the United States Armed Forces (Active Duty, National Guard, Reserve, and Retirees) and veterans. U.S. Armed Forces and veteran admission to the tournament includes access to the Dow VET, located on the 18th green at Warwick Hills […]

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