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Brandon Library-The dia presents "Ordinary People by Extraordinary Artists"

Date: Monday, June 29, 2015
A representative of the DIA presents a talk on Degas, Renoir and friends. Some of the most important

The dia presents "Ordinary People by Extraordinary Artists"

Date: Monday, June 29, 2015
A representative of the DIA presents a talk on Degas, Renoir and friends. Some of the most important

Brandon Library-UNDERCURRENTS: a Rising Tide of Mystery, Magic, and Mischief

Date: Wednesday, August 05, 2015
Join author Rebecca Roberts for a briefly talk about her writing and about her perspective on collaborative

Brandon Library-Clean Start for Your Car

Date: Saturday, August 22, 2015
Help your car recover from the summer fun. Bring you're messy car in and give it a fresh start for the

Brandon Library-American Red Cross Blood Drive

Date: Thursday, June 11, 2015
If you are at least 17 years old and in good health, you may be eligible to donate blood and save up

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

Michalene Elzerman

2015-05-10
Michalene Elzerman, age 74, passed away in Holiday, Florida on May 10, 2015. Michalene was a former resident of Lake Orion and ...more»

Katherine E. DAVIS

2015-05-24
DAVIS, Katherine E.; of Clarkston; formerly of Lake Orion; May 24, 2015; age 71; preceded in death by her devoted husband of ...more»

Jack W. Jackson

2015-05-13
Jack Johnson of Goodrich; formerly of Corinth, Mississippi; unexpectedly May 13, 2015 in Alabama; age 77; husband of Kathy (Grappin); ...more»

Grand Old Flag

Kate Roeser, at the Clarkston Memorial Day parade with her dad, Todd Roeser, and aunt and uncle Mickey and Steve MacWilliams, braves the light rain to wave her flag as the Clarkston Marching Band passes ...more»

OHS graduates 341

Oxford High School sent 341 graduates into the world following the May 21 commencement ceremony held at the Ultimate Soccer Arena in Pontiac. A total of 145 members (or 42.5 percent) of the class graduated ...more»

OCSO responds to Groveland armed road rage incident

Groveland Twp.- A road rage incident between a pickup truck driver and a motorcyclist resulted in the latter pulling a gun in the parking lot of a township business and Oakland County Sheriff’s ...more»

Developer proposes 33 unit community at failed Gingellville site

By Meg Peters Review Co-Editor After changing hands with several owners, a failed two-part development at the southeast corner of Maybee and Baldwin Rd. could be revitalized. Applicants Robertson ...more»
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Born June 3rd
1904: Charles R. Drew, American physician, researcher of blood plasma.
1906: Josephine Baker, dancer and singer.
1922: Alain Resnais, French film director.
1926: Allen Ginsberg, American poet (Howl).
1936: Larry McMurtry, novelist (The Last Picture Show, Terms of Endearment).
June 3rd
in history
1942: Japanese carrier-based planes strafe Dutch Harbor in the Aleutian Islands as a diversion of the attack on Midway Island.
1952: A rebellion by North Korean prisoners in the Koje prison camp in South Korea is put down by American troops.
1965: Astronaut Edward White becomes the first American to walk in space when he exits the Gemini 4 space capsule.
1974: Charles Colson, an aide to President Richard Nixon, pleads guilty to obstruction of justice.
1989: The Chinese government begins its crackdown on pro-democracy activists in Beijing's Tiananmen Square. Hundreds are killed and thousands are arrested.

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