By Kenneth Jones Special to Oxford Citizen As of this writing, the presidential administration is thirty-seven days old. The current Congress is only a little older. Many of us have food in our refrigerators that is older. Yet, in that short time, two specifically dangerous pieces of legislation have been passed that put our environment […]Read More..
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By Sarah M. Carson Special to Oxford Citizen When I first heard of the Women’s March on Washington, I had no idea that I would be given an opportunity to participate in what many have claimed to be the largest peaceful protest in U.S. history. During an otherwise typical shift at work, I was approached […]Read More..
By Ray Garrett Community Columnist In January of each year, our citizens pause to honor the memory and accomplishments of one of our fellow Americans. To quote Abraham Lincoln, “It is altogether fitting and proper that we should do this.” The honoring of this man is appropriate as he rose from modest beginnings as the […]Read More..
By Walt Hill, Guest Columnist In a response to an article written by Jim Dees in the Oxford Citizen published on June 17, 2016, I would like to give another opinion from a concerned citizen regarding the Second Amendment and the dangers of an uneducated public.Read More..
Double Decker and the Oxford Citizen go together like hand and glove. This is the third year that the Double Decker Arts Festival has been covered by the Citizen.Read More..