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New Calendar Items

Chuck Keegan Race for the Kids

Date: Saturday, May 02, 2015
Annually held the first Saturday in May; 5K roadrace/3k walk as well as fun events for children. Proceeds

National Enquirer is Coming to Davison “Crossing Over Gallery” Coming to d

Date: Friday, May 15, 2015
Come with an open heart and an open mind as Maria Shaw Lawson (National Enquirer Astrologer Columnist)

Psychic Fair 5/02/2015 with Rich Milostan

Date: Saturday, May 02, 2015
Astrology and Psychic Fair 5/02/2015 With Rich Milostan Learn what the future holds for you. Saturday

Spartan Dollars and Sense - Teen Money Smart Week Event

Date: Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Do you have the 'cents' to manage your money? As part of national Money Smart Week , this budgeting

tti Community Indoor Garage Sale

Date: Saturday, May 02, 2015
Seeking vendors for indoor garage sale. We had more than 350 shoppers attend our last sale Table rental

Recent Letters

Rumors surround corner lot

Not every taxpayer agrees with Washington Management's Robert Roth's apparent view that investors have ...more»
Mike Fetzer | Apr 09
RE: D. Rush's "The Saga of Yoga Pants & Your Daughter" This article is a classic example that covert ...more»
Kelly Teague | Mar 27

No changes to truck prohibitions on W. Burdick

"The other prohibits "all truck traffic," with the exception of local deliveries, on W. Burdick St. ...more»
Dennis Moser | Mar 22

Recent Deaths

Dawn Marie Pickering

2015-03-29
Pickering, Dawn Marie (Oates); of Shelby Twp.; 3/20/1967-3/29/2015; beloved daughter of Connie (Georgia) Oates and the late Sandra ...more»

Harold Earp

2015-04-13
Harold "Pete" Earp; of Parker, CO; died at 76 years of age on April 13, 2015. He was born on July 8, 1938 in Oxford, MI. Loving ...more»

William Nevaux

2015-03-28
William Joseph Nevaux, of Ann Arbor and formerly of Lake Orion and Oxford, passed away March 28, 2015 in Saline. He was 87. Born ...more»

Ready to compete

Rochelle Carr, at left, helps Carly Tabaczka prepare Sky for the puppy’s first disc dog competition, April 11 at Sashabaw Plains Park....more»

‘I pray people vote yes’

"I pray people vote yes." That’s Addison Township resident Linda List’s hope concerning the North Oakland Transportation Authority (NOTA) millage proposal on the May 5 ballot. "(NOTA) gave ...more»

Proposal 1 explained by road commission

Brandon Twp.- Having trouble understanding Proposal 1? The Road Commission of Oakland County would like to help. Representatives from RCOC have been conducting presentations on the ballot proposal that ...more»

LOP are the champions, of the world

By Meg Peters Review Co-Editor For parents who attended the Winter Guard International World Championships last weekend, things got a little crazy in the stands. "It was palpable, you could ...more»
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Born April 21st
1849: Oskar Hertwig, embryologist.
1864: Max Weber, German sociologist and political economist.
1909: Rollo May, psychologist.
1912: Marcel Camus, French film director (Black Orpheus).
1923: John Mortimor, British barrister and playwright (Rumpole of the Bailey).
April 21st
in history
1526: Mongol Emperor Babur annihilates the Indian Army of Ibrahim Lodi.
1649: The Maryland Toleration Act is passed, allowing all people freedom of worship.
1689: William III and Mary II are crowned joint king and queen of England, Scotland and Ireland.
1836: General Sam Houston defeats Santa Anna at the Battle of San Jacinto. Texas wins independence from Mexico.
1862: Congress establishes the U.S. Mint.

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