While school’s out . . .

Last Friday we asked readers on Facebook, “Dear Oxford Community School Families, what are your plans now that there is no school for three weeks? One reader, Sarah Nastasy, said “We’re going to make some shrinky dinks, tie dye some t shirts, finish the March reading challenge and have a Star Wars marathon.” And, she […]

Virus raises the question: Why prevent Beaumont?

Dear Editor, Today, on the front page of the Wall Street Journal: U.S Hospitals Face Major Challenges. Hospital beds are on the decline nationwide. As the virus spreads, executives are scrambling to secure beds and places to put patients. This article is supported by other major media outlets. The current virus has exposed something that […]

America: Creating A Quilt of Diversity

By Ruby Howe The beautiful quilts my grandmother makes remind me of what makes America great – diversity! The pieces of cloth are like different people from all different places around the globe. The different designs and patterns on the fabric are everyone’s religions, races, and cultures. The individuality that makes everyone unique is what […]

Tell them ‘no’ on Regional Transit Tax

Dear Editor, Lansing lawmakers are at it again! After realizing his mistake in allowing counties to form partnerships to raise unconstitutional taxes, Speaker Lee Chatfield and his powerful business friends this week proposed something worse. And again, local politicians like Oakland County David Coulter are pushing to quickly get a Regional Transit Tax – House […]

Letters To The Editor

Remembers when family moved to Oxford Dear Editor, I saw in The Oxford Leader that you were looking for old photos of memories from past times. I am attaching information and photo for you to publish if you would about my father, Dick Trudell, becoming the Manager for Oxford Ford Sales, Inc. in 1948. The […]

DIA Support?

Dear Editor, On March 10, during the Presidential Primary, there is also a millage renewal of 0.2 mils to support the DIA for another 10 years from 2022 to 2031. In 2012, the original millage passed in Oakland County with 64% support. Much of the southern communities supported the effort while here in the northeast […]

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.

Letters To The Editor

Supervisor Dunn won’t seek re-election Dear Editor, For over 20 years, I’ve had the privilege and the pleasure to serve the people of Oxford Township as their supervisor. When I was originally appointed to this position, Oxford was a community tainted by corruption, rocked by scandal and divided by an imaginary line on a map […]

Letter To The Editor

Setbacks in Addison Township draws support Dear Addison Township Citizens, I wish to express my sincere gratitude for your support in my opposition and Suburban Estates Property owners in preventing the Planning Committee and Addison Township Board from doing a backdoor rezoning wherein the side setbacks code would change from 50 feet to 30 feet […]

The Will to Prepare

By Oxford High School Graduate, Nick Shufflin As I sit here in a tundra 1,217 miles (according to Google Maps) from the place that had one of the most influential impacts on my life, I can’t help but ponder how my life would be had it not been for my short time at Oxford High […]

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