Jean May, 94

Jean May, age 94, passed away peacefully in her home surrounded by her family on February 23, 2020. She was born on October 14, 1925. She was preceded in death by her loving husband Rev. Hubert May, her daughter Barbara Jappinen, and her son Daniel Ruedy May.  She is survived by her sons Stephen and […]


Addison Twp. has some expensive homes Based on the latest data from the U.S. Cenus Bureau, Addison Township made the top 50 list of most expensive homes in Michigan. The Census released its estimates of median home values and median property tax bills last December 2019 as part of its five-year estimates for 2014-18. According […]

Congratulations, Mr. Davis on the Fellowship award

Congratulations, Mr. Davis on the Fellowship award

Oxford Township Parks and Recreation Director Ron Davis was presented with the Fellowship Award at the 2020 mParks Conference on Jan. 30, in Novi. According to mParks, the Fellowship Award is presented to those who consistently demonstrate significant investment, support and guidance to fellow professionals. Honorees like Davis exemplify the highest level of professionalism in […]

Scouts deliver packages of love for area seniors

Cub Scout Pack 108, Den 6 made Valentines cards last week and presented them to residents at Independence Village in Oxford. The group is led by Christina Secord and the group consists of nine second grade boys, mostly attending Clear Lake Elementary. The group gets together twice a month and this month the focus was […]


Absent voter ballots On Feb. 5, Oxford Township mailed out 1,901 absent voter ballots for the March 10, presidential primary. According to a township release, “In addition to helping decide who will be the presidential candidates for the Republican and Democratic parties in the November general election, voters are being asked to renew a 0.2-mill […]

Oxford’s Student of The Week

Student Name: Aine Beale Parents/Guardians: A. Beale Grade: 11 GPA: 4.03 Favorite Subject: My favorite course of study changes based on the educator each semester. Though, I usually enjoy science classes and writing/composition. Extracurricular activities: I am on the Executive Board of our schools’ SEED (Students Educating Each Other on Diversity) Club where we do […]

Oxford Middle School Honor Rolls for Semesters 1 & 2

1 – First Quarter Honor Roll Only 2 – Second Quarter Honor Roll Only 8TH GRADE Abdou, Alima Mary1 Acheson, Andre Allen Acton, Andrew Thomas Alexander, Naiobi Rea Allen, Heidi Leslie Ames, Lucas Matthew Arelolo, Jared Zale Orcullo1 Auth, Emily Nicole Auth, Ryan Michael Bailey, Ava Marie Bailey, Savannah Kimberly Baksi, Christopher Gregory Bales, Natalie […]


Long-time teacher Tucker passes Around 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Oxford Community Schools announced long-time teacher, coach Gayle Tucker had passed. “It is with extremely heavy hearts we share that last night our school community lost long-time teacher, colleague, coach, and friend Gayle Tucker. Gayle passed away at home in the company of her dear family […]

Letter To The Editor

Thank you all! Dear Editor, To all of our friends, family, neighbors and Sureguard Construction, we say, “Thank You!” Now we have a new roof, badly needed for sure. It was a beautiful surprise. Hopefully we will be able to re-pay you some how, someday. Sincerely, Marlene and Gene Mallia, Leonard.


Watershed logo contest The Clinton River Watershed Council is accepting submissions for its 22nd annual River Day Logo design contest. The winning design will be used on official River Day shirts, event guide and CRWC website to promote River Day, which will be Saturday, June 13, in Springfield Township and throughout the watershed. The winner […]