Soldier’s mom grateful to collision shop

Sharron Roohan expressed her gratitude to Mark Niepokuj, owner of Auto Collision Solutions, before they went into the garage to take a look at her son’s vehicle. Not only had he fixed the vehicle a few times, but offered Roohan an ear if she needed to talk to someone. Her son, Keegan Rasmussen, decided after […]

Batters aim for their next win for this week

Sluggers are looking for their next win after last week’s losses. ‘We are playing good baseball,? said Coach Jeff Willis of the boys varsity team. ‘We are just waiting for that clencher against defense to win.? For Willis, the boys are having no problem hitting, pitching, or catching. They have all the keys to succeed […]

Parents question Schools of Choice

Parents arrived at the School of Choice forum April 29 at Devil’s Ridge Golf Club with open minds and plenty of concerns about their children and their community. Superintendent Dr. William Skilling decided to have the meeting after talking to people over the last few weeks. ‘It was mostly for the concerned parents,? he said. […]

OES principal retiring

Oxford Elementary School Principal Debbie Stout remembers all of the fond memories as she walks through the empty halls while the students learn on the other side of the walls. Stout announced she will be retiring at the end of this school year after 15 years as principal of the Pontiac St. school, which opened […]

Brown to take reins at OES

Jeff Brown, assistant principal at Oxford Middle School will be Debbie Stout’s successor at Oxford Elementary School. ‘I am excited,? he said. ‘It will be fun and I am excited to get back to that age group.? Brown met the staff and toured the school last Friday. While he walked around the halls he introduced […]

What I love about Oxford

Kris Drautz and son, Luke, drifted on the swings at Seymour Lake Park on Monday morning. Luke got off of his swing and went off to his next activity, but what to do next. At Kid’s Kingdom there were so many options – go down the slide, climb the monkey bars or walk on the […]

Bike shop to host breast cancer fund-raiser Friday

Cyclist Karey Collins rode in the Hershey Tour de Pink last October and plans to participate again this year. She will be holding a fund-raiser from 6-9 p.m. Friday, May 8 at Main Street Bicycles (176 S. Washington St. in the Oxford Marketplace) to raise money for breast cancer research. The ‘Ladies Night? will be […]

Lacrossers take home rivals? travel trophy

The boys carried their new trophy off Lake Orion’s field in celebration – they had just won the traveling trophy created for the two rivals. Adam Zak led the Wolves by lending six goals in the 16-3 victory. ‘We have no intention of giving them a reason to take back,? said Coach Brian Kaminskas. ‘It […]

Athlete of the Week

Mikayla Ferer and Lisa Lyon hugged each other after teammate Sydney Dicea scored the lone goal for the night on North Farmington’s net. ‘The goal gave the JV team their seven straight win for the season on April 16. The game against North Farmington was a little tougher for the girls then the teams they […]

On the links

Tommy Ronk was low scorer for Clarkston at the Traverse City golf tournament this past weekend. Ronk scored a 73 in Friday’s play, while Sean Hoffman got an 80, including a chip-in Eagle, said coach Mark Wiegand, Clarkston High School Varsity Boys Golf. “As a team we finished in about the middle of the pack,” […]