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Psychic once predicted for CNews

From time to time The Clarkston News has been into psychics. In the mid 1970's a regular column called "The Third Eye" was featured and offered predictions locally and worldwide....more >>

New life for Orphan Train riders

Life was bittersweet for children who rode the Orphan Train. Al and Dave Eicher of Program Source International presented the story of orphan children riding the train in search of family at the Clarkston-Independence Library, Oct....more >>
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Born February 14th
1819: Christopher Latham Sholes, inventor of the first practical typewriter.
1845: Quinton Hogg, English philanthropist.
1859: George Washington Gale Ferris, inventor of the Ferris Wheel.
1894: Jack Benny, comedian, radio and television performer...and violinist.
1894: Mary Lucinda Cardwell Dawson, founded the National Negro Opera Company (NNOC) and was appointed to President John F. Kennedy's National Committee on Music.
February 14th
in history
1955: A Jewish couple loses their fight to adopt Catholic twins as the U.S. Supreme Court refuses to rule on state law.
1957: The Georgia state senate outlaws interracial athletics.
1965: Malcolm X's home is firebombed. No injuries are reported.
1971: Moscow publicizes a new five-year plan geared to expanding consumer production.
1973: The United States and Hanoi set up a group to channel reconstruction aid directly to Hanoi.