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Letter to Editor: Not a fan of township's new sign design

The proposed design for the signs to be erected at the north and south ends of the Village of Oxford leaves something to be desired. It's a real stretch of the imagination to think it reflects, as the article put it, "…the historic stone railroad bridge, built in 1891, that runs over Indian Lake Road; …a monolith ....more >>

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Goodrich's Wheelock-Watkins drain

I have been reading for a long time about Goodrich's Wheelock-Watkins Drain and its flooding. This was an agricultural drain built 115 years ago and was not intended to handle what it is right now....more >>

Don't Rush Me

What do men want? I found the answers.

It is and it isn't what you think.

Are you a skeptic? A realist? Are you a believer or are you in the wait-and-see holding pattern. Me, I am in the "I Want To Believe" group. At times, I am a top-notch skeptic, and other times I am shown things that get me shouting Hallelujah! (on the inside)....more >>

Phil in the Blank A column by Phil Custodio

May to-do list

So it's May already. That means it's time for the second graders in Clarkston to start getting ready for their annual visit through downtown Clarkston to learn about some local history....more >>

Letter to the editor

Charges against city undeserved, reader says

Dear Editor, The letter "City manager search," April 24, is an example of uninformed criticism of Clarkston's city government, apparently motivated by hostility and dislike of anyone who holds political office and a cynical assumption these folks do whatever they want regardless of the law....more >>

Letter to the editor

Thanks for community support of Friends of Ryan

Dear Editor, Thank you to Leo's Coney Island for hosting a fundraiser for us Wednesday night and the Clarkston community for coming out to support us! We were able to raise over $1,000, putting us one step closer to our goal for Ryan's Memorial Playground....more >>

Guest Viewpoint

Future bright for Clarkston graduating seniors

"School's out for summer, school's out forever..." Seniors all over the country are looking forward to the end of bells, bus rides, marginal cafeteria food, getting up early, and freedom....more >>
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Born October 23rd
1844: Sarah Bernhardt, French actress.
1869: John Heisman, American college football coach for whom the Heisman Trophy is named.
1925: Johnny Carson, American television personality who hosted the Tonight Show.
1940: Pele, legendary Brazilian soccer player who scored 1,281 goals in 22 years
1942: Michael Crichton, writer (Jurassic Park, The Andromeda Strain).
October 23rd
in history
1952: The Nobel Prize for Medicine is awarded to Ukranian-born microbiologist Selmart A. Waksman for his discovery of an effective treatment of tuberculosis.
1954: In Paris, an agreement is signed providing for West German sovereignty and permitting West Germany to rearm and enter NATO and the Western European Union.
1973: A U.N. sanctioned cease-fire officially ends the Yom Kippur war between Israel and Syria. Sacrificial stand in the Golan Heights.
1983: A truck filled with explosives, driven by a Moslem terrorist, crashes into the U.S. Marine barracks in Beirut, Lebanon. The bomb kills 237 Marines and injures 80. Almost simultaneously, a similar incident occurs at French military headquarters, where 58 die and 15 are injured.
4004: According to 17th century divine James Ussher, Archbishop of Armagh, and Dr. John Lightfoot of Cambridge, the world was created on this day, a Sunday, at 9 a.m.