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Lady Dragon basketball alums play again

More than a dozen Lake Orion girls' basketball team alumni, a couple from as far back as 1983 -84, returned to play in Coach Steve Roberts' annual alumni game over the holiday break....more >>
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Grapplers finish 2nd at Oxford Invite

Oxford's varsity wrestling squad closed out the 2011 calender year with a second place finish during their annual Oxford Invite on Wednesday, Dec. 28. After facing little resistance in a win over Ferndale (74-6), the Wildcats were forced to break a sweat in victories over Holly (43-19) and Shelby (40-20) before running out of gas in the final duel against Hudson....more >>
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Born December 19th
1906: Leonid Brezhnev, Soviet General Secretary of the Communist party and President of the Supreme Soviet from 1964 until 1982.
1915: Edith Piaf, internationally famous French cabaret singer, best remembered for her songs La Vie en rose and Non, je ne regrette rein.
1933: Ciciely Tyson, actress, best remembered for her role in The Autobiography of Ms. Jane Pittman.
December 19th
in history
1900: The French Parliament votes amnesty for everyone involved in the Dreyfus Affair.
1909: American socialist women denounce suffrage as a movement of the middle class. The first Woman's Rights Convention at Senaca Falls, New York.
1941: Japanese land on Hong Kong and clash with British troops.The China Air Task Force.
1942: The British advance 40 miles into Burma in a drive to oust the Japanese from the colony.Detachment 101 in Burma.
1944: During the Battle of the Bulge, American troops begin pulling back from the twin Belgian cities of Krinkelt and Rocherath in front of the advancing German Army.