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Wolves fall at districts

The gridiron gang gathered as the seniors hugged their coaches and teammates before leaving the field for the last time. Clarkston's last home game for the season ended with a loss to Walled Lake Central 45-26 for the MHSAA District crown....more >>

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Big season finish

The varsity runners finished in 14th place at the MHSAA Division 1 State Finals on Saturday at Michigan Internationals Speedway. Junior Sam Tanielian finished in 12th place, with a time of 15:54....more >>
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Boys, girls cross country finish in state top 20

Senior Natalie Smith and junior Sam Tanielian led their teams to finish in the top 20 in the state on Saturday afternoon at Michigan International Speedway. The Boys Varsity Cross Country finished in 14th place at the MHSAA Division 1 State Finals while the girls team took 16th place....more >>
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Queens of the district court

Spikers claimed their fifth consecutive MHSAA District title after beating Fenton last Thursday, 3-1. The Lady Tigers opened the night with a tight 26-24 win in the first game and Clarkston answered with winning the next three 25-19, 25-16, 25-19....more >>
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Born October 31st
1860: Juliette Low, founder of the Girl Scouts.
1887: Chiang Kai-Shek, Chinese Nationalist.
1896: Ethel Waters, actress and blues singer.
1902: Carlos Drummond de Andrade, Brazilian poet, journalist and short story writer.
1917: William H. McNeil, historian (The Rise of the West).
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in history
1803: Congress ratifies the purchase of the entire Louisiana area in North America, adding territory to the U.S. which will eventually become 13 more states.
1838: A mob of about 200 attacks a Mormon camp in Missouri, killing 20 men, women and children. Crossing the continent--on foot.
1864: Nevada becomes the 36th state. The story of a killer named Queho.
1941: After 14 years of work, the Mount Rushmore National Memorial is completed.
1952: The United States explodes the first hydrogen bomb at Eniwetok Atoll in the Pacific.