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Henning to lead OHS boys basketball team

Oxford Community Schools' athletic department is proud to announce the recommendation of Stephan Henning, fourth-grade teacher at Lakeville Elementary, as the 28th head coach of the boys varsity basketball team....more >>
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Players scoop fun at camp

Girls showed off their lacrosse stick tricks last Friday during the last day of camp while they sported their colorful tie-dye T-shirts. Girls heading into fifth to eighth grade learned and built their skills through the Girls Lacrosse Camp last week....more >>
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Lady Wolves rule court

The Clarkston Girls Varsity Tennis team were a force to be reckoned with during the spring season. They continued their tradition of being a strong and talented team on the court throughout their 2013 season finishing with an overall record 20-1....more >>
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Building spirit, trust at camp

The gym at Clarkston Community Education was filled with energy as girls were practicing what they learned during the week at Cheer/Stunt Camp. "It is going great," said Beth Ann Markey, head coach for the Clarkston Varsity Cheer teams....more >>

Wolves prepare to battle for cure

The Clarkston Wolves gridiron gang will trade their blue and gold jerseys for pink and light blue for their Fifth Annual Football for a Cure, their pre-season scrimmage, on Saturday, Aug....more >>
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Born August 4th
1805: William Rowan Hamilton, Irish scientist.
1901: Louis Armstrong, legendary jazz trumpeter.
1912: Raoul Wallenberg, Swedish diplomat credited with saving nearly 100,000 Budapest Jews during World War II.
1958: Mary Decker Slaney, American athlete, winner of seven track and field records.
August 4th
in history
1790: The Revenue Cutter service, the parent service of the U.S. Navy and Coast Guard, is organized.
1864: Federal troops fail to capture Fort Gaines on Dauphin Island, one of the Confederate forts defending Mobile Bay.
1875: The first Convention of Colored Newspapermen is held in Cincinnati, Ohio.
1879: A law is passed in Germany making Alsace Lorraine a territory of the empire.
1914: Germany invades Belgium causing Great Britain to declare war on Germany.