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'Great day for C-Town'

Long-time head coach Kurt Richardson hoisted up the trophy while Clarkston's gridiron heroes and coaches surrounded him. The Wolves successfully achieved their dream by becoming MHSAA Division 1 Football State Champion, defeating Detroit Catholic Central, 32-14....more >>
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Zezula passes in wins

Before Wolves' junior quarterback D.J. Zezula stepped onto Ford Field on Saturday he was reflecting on the football season. "It's everything I could hope for," he said. "It's everything I set out for in the spring and in the summer....more >>
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Icers split in Thanksgiving tournament

A goal from senior forward Chase Wiedemann sealed the win for the Clarkston Hockey team against South Lyon Unified last Friday. Wiedemann's shot at the beginning of the third period gave the Wolves a 4-2 lead to open their annual Thanksgiving tournament....more >>
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Born August 30th
1871: Ernest Rutherford, physicist who discovered and named alpha, beta and gamma radiation and was the first to achieve a man-made nuclear reaction.
1893: Huey P. Long, Louisiana politician who served as governor and U.S. senator, known as The Kingfish.
1918: Ted Williams, Hall of Fame outfielder for the Boston Red Sox, the last man to hit .400 in a season.
August 30th
in history
1932: Nazi leader Hermann Goering is elected president of the Reichstag.
1944: Ploesti, the center of the Rumanian oil industry, falls to Soviet troops.
1957: In an effort to stall the Civil Rights Act of 1957 from passing, Senator Strom Thurmond (D-S.C.) filibusters for over 24 hours. The bill passed, but Thurmond's filibuster becomes the longest in Senate history.
1961: President John F. Kennedy appoints General Lucius D. Clay as his personal representative in Berlin.
1983: Lieutenant Colonel Guion S. Bluford, Jr., becomes the first African-American astronaut to travel in space.