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American football in Europe

Linebacker Nathan Yeloushan used his football skills across the globe when he traveled to Italy, May 5-13. Yeloushan, a 2013 Clarkston High School graduate, traveled with the Siena Heights University football team to play the Italian National team....more >>
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Ending with a bang

Athletes of the Week

Hitters finished a stellar season as they ended their spring season at the MHSAA Division 1 Baseball Semifinals. "They really brought a lot of excitement to Clarkston Baseball," said Phil Price, head coach for Clarkston Varsity Baseball....more >>
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ICE heats up softball fields

The ICE Blue 12U team qualified for the ASA/USA National Championship in Bloomington, Ind. ICE Blue, a girls fast pitch softball travel team based out of Clarkston, went 6-3 in Novi during the qualifying tournament the weekend of June 20....more >>
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Born February 1st
1878: Hattie Caraway, first woman elected to the U.S. Senate.
1901: Clark Gable, American film actor (Mutiny on the Bounty, Gone With the Wind).
1902: Langston Hughes, African-American poet
1931: Boris Yeltsin, The first president of the Republic of Russia and prime minister of the Russian Federation.
February 1st
in history
1905: Germany contests French rule in Morocco.
1909: U.S. troops leave Cuba after installing Jose Miguel Gomez as president.
1930: A Loening Air Yacht of Air Ferries makes its first passenger run between San Francisco and Oakland, California..
1942: Planes of the U.S. Pacific fleet attack Japanese bases in the Marshall and Gilbert Islands.
1943: American tanks and infantry are battered at German positions at Fais pass in North Africa.