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iTeam students planned a whole day of fun at Independence Oakland County Park on April 1. These morning students planned an Easter Egg Egg-Stravaganza. Afternoon students planned a Doggy Days Carnival. Photo by Andrea Beaudoin (click for larger version)

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Kids sharpen business skills with free fair

Clarkston kids are getting some hands on business experience planning an Easter festival on April 1, and that's no joke. "They will run every aspect of it," said Tom Neal, instructor for Oakland Technical Center Northwest's iTeam class....more >>
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Alex Ward hoists the MHSAA District trophy after the Wolves win last Friday. Photo by Larry Wright (click for larger version)

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Cagers sink Highlanders for title

Two nights made a difference for the Wolves as their intensity fueled them for their third showdown against Rochester Adams in the season - this time for the MHSAA Basketball District finals last Friday night....more >>
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Clarkston Wolfpack runners and friends Phil Custodio, Leanne Cooper, Lisa Foster, Jennifer Krausman, Katie Krausman, Sally Gabrogge, Tony Mazzola (dressed for the occasion in wig and sequined shirt), Maddie Sandmeyer, and Dave Deering finished a 50K Celebration Run, March 7 at Indian Springs Metropark. Photo provided (click for larger version)

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50K run in the park, for the fun of it

Saturday was a day of celebration for Clarkston Wolfpack members and supporters. It was also a day of running and walking during the group's first 50K Celebration run at Indian Springs....more >>
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Locked up

Ashley and Riley Smith watch Avery Sutter respond to Oakland County Sheriff's Deputy Charlie Soldwish telling her the only way out of jail is to sing and dance. They were enjoying the Springfield Plains Elementary school fair, Feb....more >>
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From left , Kevin and Jennifer Miller, and Blake Romig ice fish on the Mill Pond. Photo by Andrea Beaudoin (click for larger version)

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Fishing on the ice

Cold temperatures and record breaking wind chills did not stop a trio of friends from fishing on the Mill Pond. "We are just enjoying our day off by fishing on the Mill Pond," said Kevin and Jennifer Miller, a married Clarkston couple on a day off from their job in the medical field....more >>
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Sweet holiday

Bailey Lake Elementary second grader Cara Parker eyes the delicious frosting leftover from what she put on her sugar cookie during her classroom's Valentine's Day party. For more photos from parties, please see page 18....more >>
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Bat day

Sawyer Maday, Tallon Pierson, Christopher Espinoza-Sanchez, Alex Osbourne, and classmates at Clarkston Elementary greet Mango the Jamaican leaf nosed bat at the Adopt-an-Animal event, Feb....more >>
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Brian Cordial shovels the steps of 21 S. Main Street in Clarkston, Monday morning. The owner of Cordial Lawn and Snow started work at about 2 a.m., clearing away more than a foot of snow from businesses and homes throughout downtown. Photo by Phil Custodio (click for larger version)

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February brings snow back with vengeance

The Clarkston area was slammed with the third biggest snowfall on record last weekend, according to the National Weather Service. Clarkston received around 14 inches of snow Sunday and early Monday, closing Clarkston Community Schools on Monday and Tuesday, and keeping road crews busy....more >>
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Winter dance

Elle Brody and Dru Brody dance during Clarkston Elementary's Blizzard Beach Bash last Friday....more >>
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Fierce spirit

Clarkston Varsity Competitive Cheerleaders show their spirit during the third round at the OAA Red meet, Jan....more >>
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