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Gridiron heroes gird for tough season after loss in opener

Last Friday night's lightning storm delayed the finish of Clarkston's varsity football opener at Rochester Adams High School. The 10-hour delay wasn't enough for the Wolves to turn things around though, as they lost to Adams, 12-7....more >>
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Athletes of The Week

The Clarkston Girls Swim and Dive team opened the season ruling the pool as they took first place at the Waterford Relay Meet at Waterford Mott High School, Aug. 24. They scored 442 points, the most out of seven teams....more >>
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Warriors fall to Wolves

Kickers' control in the second half against Brother Rice turned into a win, 2-1. "It was a true battle," said Clarkston Boys Varsity Head Coach Curtis Payment. "The game got really heated and chippy....more >>
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Victory at Fenton tournament

Spikers went 3-2 for the day at the Lake Orion tournament on Aug. 28. They won the first round of playoffs against Seaholm then lost the second round to Macomb Dakota after going point for point with them....more >>

Golfers to take on Lady Colts

The Lady Wolves finished last week's tournaments with two golfers with medalists. Senior Katie McKnee finished with a medal at Forest Lake and Frankenmuth for the Clarkston Ladies Varsity Golf team....more >>
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1867: S.S. Kresge, American businessman.
1901: Jean Dubuffet, French sculptor and painter.
1912: Milton Friedman, Nobel Prize-winning economist.
1919: Primo Levi, Italian writer and scientist (Survival in Auschwitz).
1921: Whitney Young, Jr., civil rights leader and executive director of the National Urban League.
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1891: Great Britain declares territories in Southern Africa up to the Congo to be within their sphere of influence.
1904: The Trans-Siberian railroad connecting the Ural mountains with Russia's Pacific coast, is completed.
1917: The third Battle of Ypres commences as the British attack the German lines.
1932: Adolf Hitler's Nationalist Socialist German Workers' Party (Nazis) doubles its strength in legislative elections.
1944: The Soviet army takes Kovno, the capital of Lithuania.