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Teacher Feature of the Month: Q&A with Logan Dodson

Teacher Feature of the Month: Q&A with Logan Dodson

Wesley Warrington, Staff Writer

February 13, 2019


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The Charger staff sat down with math teacher, Logan Dodson, who was recently married and had a child, to learn more about his life and the new life changes he has.  Q: Where are you from? A: I went to high school in Birmingham, Alabama, but all my family lives in North Mississippi now. We moved arou...

‘Glass’ combines well-written story, cast

‘Glass’ combines well-written story, cast

Edward Brown, Staff Writer

February 12, 2019


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Wrapping up the stories from the movies “Unbreakable” and “Split,” M. Night Shyamalan’s 2019 superhero thriller “Glass” combines a wonderfully written story and a well-known cast to create a thrilling yet enjoyable film. Shyamalan, just like most of his works, wrote, produced and directed...

Students participate in OHS science fair, gain public speaking skills

Students participate in OHS science fair, gain public speaking skills

Rosie Frugé, Staff Writer

February 6, 2019


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On Wednesday, Jan. 23 over 60 students participated in the high school science fair. These students, like freshman Kara Beth Purdom, began the research process in October, but the experimenting process began just a bit before the science fair took place. “I started my project in the beginning...

‘You’ captures attention as addictive social media horror story

‘You’ captures attention as addictive social media horror story

Wesley Warrington, Staff Writer

January 31, 2019


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The Netflix original TV series “You,” which is based on Caroline Kepnes’ book: “You,” has gained an immense amount of popularity since it was released in September. The first season of this show, with only 10 episodes, successfully captures viewers’ attention with its dramatic plot that p...

Lady Chargers survive, advance, defeat Clinton 4-2

Lady Chargers survive, advance, defeat Clinton 4-2

Walker Bailey, Staff Writer

January 29, 2019


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The Oxford Lady Chargers overcame multiple deficits to defeat the Clinton Arrows in extra time on Monday, Jan. 28. The Lady Chargers won 4-2 and overcame deficits of 1-0 and 2-1 to do so. “I think we continue to show that resilience that we’ve shown all year,” head coach Hunter Crane said. “I...

Mayor Tannehill brings back old Christmas tradition

Mayor Tannehill brings back old Christmas tradition

Rosie Frugé, Staff Writer

December 20, 2018


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Mayor Robyn Tannehill brought back the tradition of having lights adorn the buildings and areas around the Square in order to bring Christmas cheer this year. Tannehill decided that she would bring back the tradition Oxford had in the 1950s and 1960s because she believed that it would do good for...

XXXTENTACION’s first posthumous album ‘Skins’ is a mysterious roller coaster experience

XXXTENTACION’s first posthumous album ‘Skins’ is a mysterious roller coaster experience

Preston Hooker, Staff Writer

December 14, 2018


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XXXTENTACION’s time in the limelight was short and filled with controversy, but the impact he made in his short career was nothing short of astounding. His exposure to the mainstream has grown exponentially since he was fatally shot outside of a motorcycle dealership on June 18th. He ranked third behind...

OHS holds its Annual Veteran’s Day ceremony

OHS holds its Annual Veteran’s Day ceremony

Ellis Farese, Staff Writer

November 12, 2018


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In honor of Veteran’s Day on Nov. 11, OHS had their annual Veteran’s Day ceremony and invited local veterans and the student body to come to the service on Friday, Nov. 9. “I think it is a really good thing that we do here at this school, not just to have one, but to honor all veterans in our...

Game Preview: Madison Central Jaguars (8-3) at Oxford Chargers (9-2)

Game Preview: Madison Central Jaguars (8-3) at Oxford Chargers (9-2)

Walker Bailey, Staff Writer

November 9, 2018


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The Oxford Chargers will make their first appearance in Class 6A playoffs tonight against the Madison Central Jaguars. Oxford finished the regular season with a 33-13 win over Tupelo. Madison Central finished with a shortened 6-0 win over Greenville. We send our sincerest prayers and condolences to Greeneville’s...

Compassion Club promotes postive atmosphere, helps community

Compassion Club promotes postive atmosphere, helps community

Jesse Clifton Evans Edge, Staff Writer

November 6, 2018


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A new club to OHS is the Compassion Club, which was started and sponsored by Officer Zach Anderson. The purpose of the club is to make peoples days and promote a positive atmosphere. Each month out of the year the club does something special for someone in the community. Before Anderson came to Oxford,...

New generation of voters expect to impact outcome of upcoming Senate race

New generation of voters expect to impact outcome of upcoming Senate race

Grace Logan and Rosie Frugé

November 5, 2018


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Mississippi residents will be voting to fill two senate seats this election cycle. The upcoming election on Nov. 6 will be the first opportunity for many young Mississippians to vote. According to Hannah Newsome, a high school senior from Magee, her first election is an important one. ...

Game Preview: Tupelo Golden Wave (7-3) at Oxford Chargers (8-2)

Game Preview: Tupelo Golden Wave (7-3) at Oxford Chargers (8-2)

Walker Bailey, Staff Writer

November 2, 2018


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Oxford is coming into this one off of a bounce back 22-21 win over Hernando. Tupelo fell to region champion Horn Lake 35-10 last week. Tupelo won last year’s meeting by a score of 34-8. An Oxford win tonight would clinch the two seed in Region 1-6A and guarantee a home playoff game. Oxford can also...

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