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New Calendar Items

Full Impact Theater Presents William Shakespeare's Love's Labour's Lost

Occurring Daily Beginning Friday, August 01, 2014 Through Sunday, August 03, 2014.
Full Impact Theater is pleased to announce its 3rd Annual Shakespeare in the Park. Directed by Mary

Psychic Fair 8/02/2014 with Rich Milostan

Date: Saturday, August 02, 2014
Astrology and Psychic Fair 8/02/2014 With Rich Milostan Saturday August 2, 2014 10am to 4pm Troy Masonic

Armchair Travel

Date: Monday, August 04, 2014
Visit different parts of the country without leaving your seat Enjoy beautiful scenery showcasing the

Elements of Home Brewing

Date: Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Learn all about the Elements of Home Brewing with Richard Lonczynski, local brewer. Please register

38th Annual Flint Camper and rv Show

Occurring Daily Beginning Thursday, March 19, 2015 Through Sunday, March 22, 2015.
The Michigan Association of Recreation Vehicles and Campgrounds (MARVAC) is sponsoring the 38th Annual

Recent Letters

News in Brief

This week's "News in Brief" sets out the limits on political signs. (Clarkston's zoning ordinance also ...more»
Richard Bisio | Jul 11
Dear Editor: Since 1999, the Clarkston Heritage Museum, operated by the Clarkston Community Historical ...more»
Jennifer Arkwright | May 27

Options for adding dispatch issue to Nov. ballot reviewed

Do-Nothing Davis great ideal smart Do-Nothing Cloutier not best to let people decide Do-Nothing Bill ...more»
Robert Stowers | May 22

Recent Deaths

Allen Charles Barnes

2014-07-18
Barnes, Allen Charles: age 83: of Lake Orion, Michigan lost his battle with cancer on Friday, July 18, 2014. Al was born in ...more»

William E. WARD

2014-07-20
WARD, William E. "Bill" of West Bloomfield; loving husband of Margaret "Bev" for 70 years; beloved father of Margaret (Jeff) ...more»

Ken Sinkler

2014-07-17
Sinkler, Ken; age 83; went home to be with his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ on July 17, 2014. Ken was a member of the First ...more»

Village looks to restrict truck traffic on W. Burdick St.

Oxford Village is looking into possibly placing weight and time restrictions on trucks traveling along W. Burdick St. A 6:30 p.m. public hearing is scheduled for the village council’s Tuesday, Aug....more»

NOTA to request a .25 millage on August 5

By Dan Shriner Review Editor The North Oakland Transportation Authority (NOTA) is making a first-ever request for Orion, Oxford and Addison townships to approve a .25 millage on August 5 to continue ...more»

Enbridge sub-contractor ticketed

Brandon Twp.- When a Cook Trail resident and her family were awakened around 6 a.m., July 9 by loud construction trucks, police were called. Township ordinance forbids construction before 7 a....more»

Row, row, row

From left, Team 2 - The Non-Cute Puppies and Team 1 - Nautical Neons start the time trial race during the seventh Annual Rush Regatta on Deer Lake last Saturday. For more pictures, please see page 37....more»
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Born July 22nd
1898: Stephen Vincent Benet, poet and short-story writer (John Brown's Body).
1898: Alexander Calder, sculptor.
1908: Amy Vanderbilt, American journalist, etiquette authority.
1923: Robert Dole, U.S. Senator and presidential candidate.
1932: Megan Terry, playwright (Calm Down Mother, Goona Goona).
July 22nd
in history
1789: Thomas Jefferson becomes the first head of the U.S. Department of Foreign Affairs.
1812: A British army under the Duke of Wellington defeats the French at Salamanca, Spain.
1814: Five Indian tribes in Ohio make peace with the United States and declare war on Britain.
1881: The first volume of The War of the Rebellion: A compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, is published.
1894: The first automobile race takes place between Paris and Rouen, France.

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