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Cancer hits close to home

When the Wright family became involved with Clarkston's Football for a Cure in 2009, they never thought one day a football player would be wearing a jersey for one of them. "I was diagnosed last October," said Renee Weaver-Wright, who is a member of the chain-gang during the Wolves' home games....more >>
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Scholarship honorees

Dylan Peck and Shauna Siwicki received the 2012 Steve Howe Scholarship Fund Award. "It was really exciting," said Siwicki. "I wasn't expecting to get the scholarship so it was cool to get it....more >>
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Gridiron beckons return

The countdown to the beginning of the football season is almost over. Practice sessions start this upcoming Monday and the gridiron heroes head to Saginaw Valley State University on Sunday night....more >>
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Born May 29th
1736: Patrick Henry, American revolutionary and governor of Virginia.
1874: G.K. Chesterton, English writer.
1880: Oswald Spengler, German philosopher of history and author of The Decline of the West.
1894: Bea Lillie, comic actress.
1894: Josef von Sternberg, film director (Blue Angel).
May 29th
in history
1916: U.S. forces invade the Dominican Republic.
1922: Ecuador becomes independent.
1922: The U.S. Supreme Court rules organized baseball is a sport not subject to antitrust laws.
1942: The German Army completes its encirclement of the Kharkov region of the Soviet Union.
1951: C. F. Blair becomes the first man to fly over the North Pole in single engine plane.