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New Calendar Items

Business Builders Series

Date: Wednesday, February 04, 2015
A program offering referrals, networking and education offered in partnership with OU INC.

Arm Knitting 101

Date: Saturday, January 24, 2015
Arm knitting is all the rage, and it's no surprise It's a quick and easy way to make warm and cozy winter

Mad Hatter Tea Party

Date: Saturday, January 31, 2015
Kids ages 5 and up, come to the library dressed for a wacky time Costumes and crazy hats encouraged.

Yoga Classes @ Goodrich

Date: Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Stretch, reach and bend your way toward a calmer life. Bring a mat, towel and belt (or stretch band)

Gluten-Free World Beyond Wheat

Date: Tuesday, January 27, 2015
Need to pursue a gluten-free lifestyle? Curious about exploring new grains to incorporate more flavor

Recent Letters

Let us remember that the families and siblings of those who made wrong choices on the AfterSchool App ...more»
Lauri Hereford | Dec 11

Letter to the Editor

I just received notice from the city of the village of Clarkston. They've voted down taking care of ...more»
Ellyn Rogers | Dec 10
I am disappointed in the attitude of the many Oxford residents not wanting gravel trucks on Burdick. ...more»
Maria Mageli | Dec 09

Recent Deaths

Joseph B. LUTEY

2015-01-21
LUTEY, Joseph B. "Joe" of Grand Blanc; January 21, 2015; age 32; Loving husband of Jen; cherished father of Aiden; amazing son ...more»

Donald Davenport

2015-01-11
Donald "Red" Davenport; age 83; of Richardson, TX and longtime resident of Oakland County; in God’s perfect timing, went ...more»

William A. Deeg

2015-01-15
Deeg, William A. "Bill", 74, of Oxford, Michigan and wintering in Bradenton, Florida since 2000, died January. 15, 2015. Survived ...more»

Fierce spirit

Clarkston Varsity Competitive Cheerleaders show their spirit during the third round at the OAA Red meet, Jan....more»

Good day on the hill!

Warmer temperatures and sunshine made for good sledding weather over the weekend as families flocked to the hill at Seymour Lake Township Park. Smiles were big and spirits were high as parents and kids ...more»

Taking the bench

By David Fleet Editor It was at Goodrich High School more than 20 years ago that Jennifier Manley decided she would seek a career as a lawyer. On Tuesday night she returned to GHS as not only a successful ...more»

Orion tag-teams with neighbors for lower water rates

By Meg Peters Review Staff Writer Orion Township is lowering residents’ water rates for the upcoming years through a multi-community agreement. Auburn Hills, Rochester Hills and the ...more»
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Born January 24th
1732: Pierre de Beaumarchais, French dramatist (The Barber of Seville, The Marriage of Figaro).
1862: Edith Wharton, U.S. novelist who wrote Ethan Frome and The Age of Innocence.
January 24th
in history
1946: The UN establishes the International Atomic Energy Commission.
1951: Indian leader Nehru demands that the UN name Peking as an aggressor in Korea.
1965: Winston Churchill dies from a cerebral thrombosis at the age of 90.
1980: In a rebuff to the Soviets, the U.S. announces intentions to sell arms to China.
1982: A draft of Air Force history reports that the U.S. secretly sprayed herbicides on Laos during the Vietnam War.

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