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Clinic sets players for success

Molly McCaghy jumped up to the top of the net with her arms lifted up and her hands ready to block a hit. She joined 100 girls at the Clarkston Volleyball Clinic at Clarkston High School last week....more >>
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Bruderick solid as a rock on track and field

Adam Bruderick reflected back to the track in Rockford as the Wolves finished their spring season for track and field. The 3,200-meter and 1,600-meter relay teams qualified for the last round at the MHSAA State Finals on June 4, but didn't finish in the top eight....more >>

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Jorgensen feeds golf bug

Independence Township resident Richard Jorgensen, 80, has been playing golf since he was 11 years old and has spent 60 of those years playing at Glen Oaks Golf Course in Farmington Hills....more >>
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Clarkston raises $9,000

Ohana truly describes the Clarkston Lacrosse family. The word, from the Hawaiian culture, means family either blood-related, adoptive or intentional and emphasize family bound together....more >>

Wildcat golfers finish 10th at states

A stellar year for the varsity golf team was capped off with a 10th place finish at the division one state finals this past weekend at Katke-Cousins Course at Oakland University. The Wildcats shot a two day total of 636 in their first state final under varsity golf coach Terry Kelley....more >>
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Born July 22nd
1882: Edward Hopper, painter (Nighthawks).
1887: Gustav Hertz, German physicist.
1888: Selman Abraham Waksman, biochemist.
1893: Karl Menninger, American physiscian, founder of the Menninger Foundation.
1898: Stephen Vincent Benet, poet and short-story writer (John Brown's Body).
July 22nd
in history
1894: The first automobile race takes place between Paris and Rouen, France.
1934: American gangster John Dillinger is shot dead by FBI officers outside a Chicago cinema.
1938: The Third Reich issues special identity cards for Jewish Germans.
1943: Palermo, Sicily surrenders to General George S. Patton's Seventh Army.
1966: B-52 bombers hit the Demilitarized Zone between North and South Vietnam for the first time.