Oxford is a historic Village!
Kimberly Smith- Oxford DDA Project and Media Coordinator, Kelly Westbrook- Oxford DDA Executive Director, Scott Taylor- Owner of Sick Pizza, and Jack Curtis- Oxford Supervisor with their new WCSX VILLAGE of the WEEK certificates.
Sick Pizza Team members Luke and Tanner take care of business!
The Polly Ann Trail runs through downtown Oxford.
A massive Thank You to Scott Taylor, owner of Sick Pizza in Oxford. He is a community leader, and we are very proud that he rocks with 94.7 WCSX!
This is what the Polly Ann Trail looks like..
Drew at Dafoe's Feed, Seed, Softener Salt and Pool Chemicals is a REAL Classic Rocker!
Take the trail to the bridge..
The view of downtown Oxford from the top of the Larry Obrecht Bridge.
A cool automotive sculpture in downtown Oxford.
This mural on the side of Sisters Family Haircare symbolizes the victims of the Oxford High School shooting tragedy, and Village's recovery.
Caroline of Sisters Hair Care loves a challenge...but Joel MIGHT be TOO MUCH.
This sign can be seen all over Oxford. They truly are OXFORD STRONG!
Big Jim could use a new "Dad Joke"...Thank You, Funky Monkey Toy Store!
"Lest We Forget..." The Village of Oxford Veteran's Memorial. This awesome statue of a World War II solder stands guard in Centennial Park in downtown Oxford.
Oxford still has it's own downtown movie house...
This photo is posted in many locations in Oxford... "Remember that time the Fire Department almost burned down???
Chad lets out a loud "Rock And Roll..!!!!" while waiting for his Sick Pizza!
Jack Curtis, Oxford Supervisor KNOWS his Rock and Roll Radio History! What a Cool Dude!
They get pretty thirsty in Oxford...