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Evolving into a storm

For family and friends attending his graduation open house on Saturday, Matt Vandermeer gave them a special treat - he signed his letter of intent to Lake Erie College. The Clarkston High School 2011 graduate will join the NCAA Division II Storm Wrestling team in the fall....more >>
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Making an impact

Kickers from the Michigan Impact U9 finished their spring season in smiles. They secured the Michigan Youth Soccer League Division title after an undefeated season and taking the division crown from PSG Nova North on June 12, 3-0....more >>
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Dare to have fun

Cagers at the Dare to Dream Clinic took a breather on Thursday morning during their last game of the week and shared their enthusiasm from the week. "They taught us a lot," said Kate Gualtieri....more >>
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Mike Gardner headed for Hall of Fame

Mike Gardner was a fixture on the athletic fields and courts throughout his four-year career at Oxford High School. From 1990-1994, Gardner would become a nine-time letter winner in football, basketball, baseball and track and field....more >>
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Born April 25th
1284: Edward II, king of England (1307-1327).
1599: Oliver Cromwell, lord protector of England (1653-1658).
1873: Howard R. Garis, children's writer.
1873: Walther de la Mare, poet and novelist (Memoir of a Midget, Come Hither).
1874: Guglielmo Marconi, Italian physicist, inventor of the radio.
April 25th
in history
1945: U.S. and Soviet forces meet at Torgau, Germany on Elbe River.
1951: After a three day fight against Chinese Communist Forces, the Gloucestershire Regiment is annihilated on Gloucester Hill, in Korea.
1953: The magazine Nature publishes an article by biologists Francis Crick and James Watson, describing the double helix of DNA.
1956: Elvis Presley's Heartbreak Hotel goes to number one on the charts.
1959: The St. Lawrence Seaway--linking the Atlantic Ocean to the Great Lakes--opens to shipping.