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Changes OK'd for athletic facilities

The Wolves are looking to add on to their athletic facilities. Both the Clarkston Football Program and theClarkston Tennis Program developed plans for empty space at in the stadium and by the tennis courts....more >>
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State champs all the way

Oakland Sidewinders 16U is more than a team of young ladies from the Clarkston area but sisters. They showed their unity during the National Softball Association Michigan State Softball Championship during June 23-26 and brought home the title in the "A" division....more >>
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Oxford's big man headed for Hall of Fame

Eric Ghiaciuc, a 2000 graduate of Oxford High School and three sport standout in football, wrestling and track and field, is considered by many to be one of the most successful student-athletes in OHS history....more >>
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Born October 24th
1788: Sarah Josepha Hale, magazine editor and poet whose book Poems for Our Children included Mary Had a Little Lamb (the first words to be recorded in sound)
1904: Moss Hart, American playwright who, with George S. Kaufman, wrote plays such as You Can't Take it with You and The Man who came to Dinner.
1911: Sonny Terry, blues performer.
1923: Denise Levertov, English poet.
1929: George Henry Crumb, American composer.
October 24th
in history
1938: The Fair Labor Standards Act becomes law, establishing the 40-hour work week.
1944: The aircraft carrier USS Princeton is sunk by a single Japanese plane during the Battle of Leyte Gulf.
1945: The United Nations comes into existence with the ratification of its charter by the first 29 nations.
1945: Vidkun Quisling, Norway's wartime minister president, is executed by firing squad for collaboration with the Nazis.
1952: Presidential candidate Dwight D. Eisenhower announces that if elected, he will go to Korea. In 1950, as U.S. Marines tried to fight their way out of a Chinese trap, Korea suffered its worst winter of the century. The men who struggled there suffered accordingly.