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Next stop, college

With a signature and a smile senior Katie Brozovich became a Lady Falcon on Nov. 9 after signing her letter of intent to play tennis at Bowling Green State University. "This is an exciting day for our family," said mom, Missy....more >>
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Defense fights for win

The Lady Wolves found themselves among the final eight after their finish at the MHSAA Regional playoffs last week in Lapeer. After beating Midland 3-0 last Thursday and winning their second consecutive regional crown, Clarkston is continuing their path to Battle Creek for the MHSAA Division 1 State Championship....more >>

A thank you to veterans

J Leigh Saunders excitedly hugged her uncle, Corporal Richard Tarrant. Saunders was one of many Clarkston Elementary students honoring veterans last Friday. The school also received a flag from the 1st Battalion, 17th Field Artillery Regiment....more >>
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Born November 20th
1908: Alistair Cooke, English journalist, television host.
1916: Thomas McGrath, poet and novelist.
1923: Nadine Gordimer, Nobel Prize-winning South African novelist.
1925: Robert F. Kennedy, U.S. Attorney General, New York senator and brother of President John F. Kennedy. He was assassinated while running for president.
1936: Don DeLillo, author (White Noise, Libra).
November 20th
in history
1967: U.S. census reports the population at 200 million.
1971: The United States announces it will give Turkey $35 million for farmers who agree to stop growing opium poppies.
1974: The United States files an antitrust suit to break up ATT.
1978: In Jonestown, Guyana, American Rev. Jim Jones leads his followers in a mass suicide.
1982: South Africa backs down on a plan to install black rule in neighboring Namibia.