Ryan Miller took on the recent challenge of the Double Decker 5K Run, while pushing a double stroller with his two daughters sitting inside.
Historical columnist Jack Mayfield writes about the University High School’s Grand Reunions that began in 1975 and continue to bring hundreds of alumni together.
Tree man John Arrechea finished up his series on past Arbor Days and Oxford’s 19-year run on being a Tree City USA.
The Orchard Church, Burns United Methodist Church and the Oxford Community Church held its first combined, community Vacation Bible School last week.
The Oxford Mushroom Club held its first meeting recently where about 20 people search the woods for different kinds of mushrooms. (June 21, 2015, Page 1C)
Columnist Steve Stricker writes about his Scottish “dad.” (June 21, 2015, Page 2C)
Jack Mayfield continues his post-Civil War series and focuses on the rebuilding of the downtown business district. Many of the businesses were rebuilt by 1872 after being destroyed by Union troops during the war. (June 21, 2015, Page 2C)
John Arrechea remembers past Arbor Days in Oxford and gives an update on the trees that were planted to celebrate the day. (June 21, 2015, Page 3C)
The Cedar Oaks Guild is trying to preserve the history and the memories of the historic home forever on film by interviewing dozens of people who each have their own memory of the home, its historic move to where it’s currently located on Murray Drive or stories handed down from generation to generation. (June 14, 2015, Page 1C)
Columnist Jim McCauley brings humor into his tales of growing up in the 50s in a small town. (June 14, 2015, Page 2C)