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Girls tennis team ready to swing into action

After only losing one senior last year and the majority of the team coming back, Tennis Coach Gail Bailey said her girls "look better and stronger this year." "I think their confidence and level of play has gone up a lot over the summer," Bailey said....more >>
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First half surge leads to win

The Lady Wolves kicked off the season picking up the momentum in the first week of games with their first win. The Clarkston Girls Varsity Soccer team beat Birmingham Groves on April 3, 4-2....more >>
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Leaders on the mountain

The Wolves had a successful winter season as both the Clarkston Varsity Boys and Girls Ski teams ended on a good note at the state finals. Wolves were named to the 2014 All-State Ski Team for their state finals finish....more >>
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Born July 1st
1915: Willie Dixon, blues musician.
1915: Sydney Pollack, film director (Tootsie, Out of Africa).
1915: Jean Stafford, American writer (The Mountain Lion).
1916: Roland Robert Tuck, British fighter ace during World War II.
1961: Diana Frances Spencer, princess of Wales.
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in history
1942: German troops capture Sevestapol, Crimea, in the Soviet Union.
1945: The New York State Commission Against Discrimination is established--the first such agency in the United States.
1950: American ground troops arrive in South Korea to halt the advancing North Korean army.
1961: British troops land in Kuwait to aid against Iraqi threats.
1963: The U.S. postmaster introduces the zip code.