Early detection of cancer key in successful treatment for Clarkston woman

McLaren Oakland offers free breast cancer screenings for area residents By Emily Caswell Brand Manager CLARKSTON — Each year in the United States about 240,000 cases of breast cancer are diagnosed in women, according the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. In early 2023 long-time Clarkston resident Vicki Wigand was one of those cases. Although […]

Oxford volleyball demolishes Seaholm Maples in 3-0 sweep

Oxford volleyball demolishes Seaholm Maples in 3-0 sweep

Wildcats capture first league win By Megan Kelley Staff Writer OXFORD TWP. – Oxford High School’s varsity volleyball team has had an intense season fighting from the underdog seat in the OAA Red Division. But on Thursday, the Wildcats felt the tide begin to change as they swept the Seaholm High School Maples to snag […]

Pan Equus Animal Sanctuary (PEAS) hosts annual fall fundraiser Oct. 8

Pan Equus Animal Sanctuary (PEAS) hosts annual fall fundraiser Oct. 8

By Megan Kelley Staff Writer OXFORD TWP. – Get the family together for a day of fun with the animals, rain or shine. Pan Equus Animal Sanctuary hosts its eighth annual Fall Fundraiser from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Oct. 8. Visitors can spend the day petting and feeding pigs, horses, cows and other […]

Wildcat golfers take the top spot at OAA league championship

Wildcat golfers take the top spot at OAA league championship

By Megan Kelley Staff Writer It was a big week for Oxford varsity girls golf with the team setting a new school nine-hole record and then a new 18-hole record on the golf course, and they were league champions at the OAA tournament. “What a fun week for Oxford girls golf” said varsity head coach […]

Oxford defeats Lake Orion 1-0 in stellar soccer game

Oxford defeats Lake Orion 1-0 in stellar soccer game

By Jim Newell Managing Editor ORION TWP. — There are no easy games when it comes to Lake Orion taking on Oxford on the soccer pitch. The Lake Orion varsity boys soccer team played well above their record when they faced the Wildcats on Wednesday, losing 1-0 in a fierce back-and-forth physical matchup between the […]

Wolves spoil Wildcat football homecoming 39-13

Wolves spoil Wildcat football homecoming 39-13

By Wendi Reardon Price Sports Writer OXFORD — Clarkston Varsity Football took down OAA Red foe the Wildcats last Friday during Oxford’s Homecoming game, 39-13. The Wildcats took the lead with five minutes to go in the first quarter off a 6-yard touchdown pass from sophomore Jack Hendrix to senior Brody Moore. The PAT from […]

Wildcat soccer teams takes down the Wolves, 2-1, in rivalry game

Wildcat soccer teams takes down the Wolves, 2-1, in rivalry game

By Wendi Reardon Price Sports Writer OXFORD — Oxford High School students raced onto the field in excitement last Thursday night and celebrated with their friends and classmates on the boys varsity soccer team. The Wildcats, ranked No. 4 in the state by Michigan High School Soccer Coaches Association at the time of the game, […]

Oxford girls swim and dive defeats Clarkston

Oxford girls swim and dive defeats Clarkston

By Wendi Reardon-Price Sports Writer OXFORD — Oxford Girls Swim and Dive defeated Clarkston in their OAA Blue dual meet last Thursday, 100-86. Scoring points for the Wildcats in individual events: in the 50-yard freestyle Jordyn Matteson was first, with a time of 27 seconds; Cheyenne Frank, fourth, 27.60; 100-yard butterfly, Alanna May, first, 1:03.53; […]

Immanuel Congregational Church bell comes down for first time in 145 years

Immanuel Congregational Church bell comes down for first time in 145 years

By Jim Newell Managing Editor Oxford – The bell no longer tolls at Immanuel Congregational United Church of Christ. For the first time since it was placed 145 years ago, the bell was removed on Sept. 11 from the bell tower for repairs to both the bell and tower. Immanuel church members have been fundraising […]

It’s a ‘family affair’

It’s a ‘family affair’

Oxford couple ready to cruise (Editor’s Note: Last week’s article on two area residents taking their vehicles to the Woodward Dream Cruise spurred another local to reach out about their memories.) By Don Rush The family that cruises together, stays together – at least that’s what Oxford Township residents Sherene and Bruce Parris, believe. “We […]

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