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Golling Buick gmc 9th Annual Car Show to benefit Love inc of noc

Date: Saturday, September 19, 2015
Love INC and Golling Buick GMC 9th Annual Classic Car Show and Cruise In to benefit Love INC of North

Golling Buick gmc 9th Annual Classic Car Show to benefit Love inc of noc

Date: Saturday, September 19, 2015
Love INC and Golling Buick GMC 9th Annual Classic Car Show and Cruise In to benefit Love INC of North

Brandon Library presents folk duo "Hungrytown"

Date: Friday, June 05, 2015
"They play what used to be called American folk music, folk music without the frills, folk with predominantly

Goodrich Robotics Bottle Drive

Date: Saturday, June 06, 2015
Please drop off you bottles at the Dollar General parking lot. We will also be going door to door in

Psychic Fair 6/6/2015 with Rich Milostan

Date: Saturday, June 06, 2015
Astrology and Psychic Fair 6/06/2015 With Rich Milostan Learn what the future holds for you. Saturday

Recent Letters

While Mr. Thrown may be a fine individual, I have a number of questions regarding his placement in the ...more»
Dr. Jerry K. Oermann | Apr 28

FBI has a chat with Skilling

I am a concerned citizen of Oxford and I am appalled by the unprofessional conduct made by Mr. Skilling ...more»
Laurie Winter | Apr 24

Proposed supt. contract a large savings

As I read the article on the new Superintendent Thrones' contract negotiations, pleasing thoughts turned ...more»
John VanLoon | Apr 22

Recent Deaths

Ruth M. Cardew

Cardew, Ruth M.; of Lake Orion; age 93; May 19, 2015. Ruth is the beloved wife of Ray for 73 years; dear mother of Ross (Joanne), ...more»

Frederick G. SMEREKA

SMEREKA, Frederick G. "Fred" of Clarkston; unexpectedly May 20, 2015; age 55. Loving husband of Bonnie; beloved father of Tony ...more»

Mary Faith Samuel

Mary Faith Samuel, age 74, of Davisburg, and Lake Wales, Florida left this life to be with the Lord on Mon., Feb.2, 2015, at ...more»

Senior stays on target for college

Clarkston High School graduating senior Josephine Auchterlonie has a bright future in her sights, after earning the 2015-2016 Civilian Marksmanship Program Youth Scholarship. The sharpshooter earned ...more»

Show off your big head in the parade

Most of the time, it’s not a good thing to have a big head. The exception is during Oxford’s annual Lone Ranger parade. Organizers of the Aug. 1 parade are seeking businesses, organizations ...more»

‘Louie has been such a blessing’

Atlas Twp.-It’s 6:30 a.m. and Louie is ready for breakfast. "When he’s ready to eat, it’s right now," laughs Teri Wagner. "Louie’s here every morning and then in the evening for ...more»

Orion man cranks out 16 water wells in Tanzania

By Meg Peters Review Co-Editor Unlike the Tanzanian children, Orion Keg and Wine owner Mike Setto had shoes to cover his feet. He had 800 rosaries, a handful of soccer balls and a message to spread....more»
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Born May 27th
1794: Cornelius Vanderbilt, American industrialist and philanthropist.
1819: Julia Ward Howe, writer of the Battle Hymn of the Republic.
1837: Wild Bill [James Butler] Hickok, American frontiersman and lawman.
1878: Isadora Duncan, dancer and choreographer.
1894: (Samuel) Dashiell Hammett, detective writer (The Maltese Falcon).
May 27th
in history
1647: Achsah Young becomes the first woman known to be executed as a witch in Massachusetts.
1668: Three colonists are expelled from Massachusetts for being Baptists.
1813: Americans capture Fort George, Canada.
1907: The Bubonic Plague breaks out in San Francisco.
1919: A U.S. Navy seaplane completes the first transatlantic flight.

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