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Wolves back on track with win

It's official. Though Clarkston has yet to lose a game on the field in three matchups, the Wolves have their first win, a 40-20 rout over Troy Athens. Junior linebacker Chris Calvano scooped up the loose football after the Wolves blocked Troy-Athens field goal attempt on their first possession....more >>
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Time to ride high

The Clarkston Equestrian Team is ready to launch their 2011 season after finishing as district and regional champions last year. With their sights on the state championship this season, they open with their first meet, Saturday in Imlay City....more >>

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Powerful comeback

Spikers felt pressure from Rochester Adams after their first set in the first OAA Red league match of the season. But the Lady Wolves grabbed the lead and won the first set 25-22....more >>

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Clarkston beats Wildcats in tournament

Kickers made it to the final round at the Oxford Invitational on Saturday after two wins earlier in the day. The Clarkston Boys Varsity Soccer team beat Oxford, 2-0, and Goodrich, 3-0....more >>
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Victorious Mountaineers

Everest Academy Girls Volleyball team made an impression on Sept. 6. In their first volleyball match, they defeated Macomb Christian in three sets (25-6, 25-12, 25-19) Claire Kitz had 13 kills and three blocks, Shannon McDunnough had 11 assists and five aces, and Megan Luttinen had six aces, 17 service receptions and five digs....more >>
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Born July 14th
1912: Woodrow Wilson Woody Guthrie, American folk singer.
1913: Gerald Ford, 38th President of the United States (1974-1977).
1916: Natalia Ginzberg, Italian novelist (The Dry Heat, Family Sayings).
1918: Ingmar Bergman, Swedish film director (The Seventh Seal, Fanny and Alexander).
1918: Arthur Laurents, writer and librettist.
July 14th
in history
1940: A force of German bombers attacks Suez, Egypt, from bases in Crete.
1941: Vichy French Foreign Legionaries sign an armistice in Damascus, allowing them to join the Free French Foreign Legion.
1945: American battleships and cruisers bombard the Japanese home islands for the first time.
1951: The George Washington Carver National Monument in Joplin, Missouri becomes the first national park honoring an African American.
1964: The United States sends 600 more troops to Vietnam.