The new Oxford Middle School is ready for students on Monday. The $6.5 million project was started in December of last year. (August 15, 2014, Page 1B)
Former Oxford Middle School Latin teacher Anne Steel recently received the Kraft Award for her excellence in the Latin language. She was honored at Tuesday nights Oxford School Board meeting. (May 1, 2014, Page 2)
- Oxford teams win science bowl competitions
- Local students name to Who’s Who
- Pullen earns 1st place in regional contest
- East to perform at choral festival
- Perry, Dailey receive scholarships
- Hoffner named to Trevecca dean’s list
- Whitten named to dean’s list
- Terry named to Washington and Lee dean’s list
- Bhattacharyya graduates from Missouri State
- Brown, Adamson named to USM honor rolls
- NWCC announces Who’s Who
- O’Keefe named to honors list
- Jones named to NECC president’s list
- Four named to honor rolls
- Clarke selected for civil rights internship
A former law enforcement officer has been charged with the murders of his mother and half-brother who were found shot to death in their home near the South Oaks subdivision Friday.
The Oxford Police Department is investigating a homicide that occurred at about 6 this morning in the South Oaks subdivision. Carol Lavett Gary, 43, and her 12-year-old son were found dead. They had both been shot. Gary is the principal at Davidson Elementary in Water Valley. Check The EAGLE for updates. (November 8, 2013, Page 1A)
Bids to go out to turn the current Oxford High School into a new middle school. (September 24, 2013, Page 1, 3)
Oxford’s baseball program continued its regional dominance at the middle school level Wednesday by topping Grenada 7-5 on the road to claim the Tri-Lakes Conference title. (more…) (April 18, 2013, Page 8)
The Oxford Middle School boys track team competed in a rare Saturday meet at Aberdeen and saw its almost five-year winning streak on the track come to an end.
Columbus was the school that prevented the Chargers from finishing off another year with an unblemished record, earning a 138-135 victory. Some of the events the Chargers usually compete in, such as the 4×400 meter relay and the 300 hurdles, were not available to score points in. Still, OMS coach Mike Hardwick said the ultimate goal was the field two teams so that everyone got to run before the season concluded.
Oxford Middle School students will head to the National Science Bowl for the first time since the team was created in 2005. (April 11, 2013, Page 1A)
Oxford’s middle school track teams continue to produce fantastic results Tuesday. The Chargers won the OMS Relays over seven other teams, while the Lady Chargers took second in the meet held at Oxford High’s Bobby Holcomb Field.