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By Jim Sherman, Sr. First published ten years ago, March 15, 2006. I have even more proof that you’re never too old to learn, not that any was needed. And it involves my own trade, a preacher and a woman. It is also an unsavory tale of stealth, smuggling and the King of England. The […]
By Jim Sherman, Sr. This Jottings was first published on July 21, 1982. Mike Downey, a Chicago imported sports columnist for The Detroit Free Press, recently devoted his space to things he hates. All I could think of when I read it was doing a column on things I like: Here goes: White shoes […]
Bryan Cloutier’s days on the Oxford Village Council are numbered. Last week, during council comments at the end of the meeting, he announced his intention to submit his letter of resignation due to an upcoming change of address. “As of the end of this month, I will no longer reside in the village,” Cloutier told […]
A television documentary that explores and demystifies the topic of death will feature an Oxford man who’s been dealing with the Grim Reaper’s handiwork for most of his life. “Death is a taboo (subject),” said Matt Smith, a 43-year-old licensed funeral director, embalmer and restorative artist. “People are afraid of it. It’s funny because they’re […]
OXFORD VILLAGE – A litany of concerns were expressed by both officials and residents regarding a proposed 76-unit multiple-family housing development at 98 S. Glaspie St., but the bulk of the criticism centered around one word – density. “I think you’re trying to put 10 pounds of something in a 5-pound bag,” said village Planning […]
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