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I won't forget Merle

Somewhere Merle Smith was smiling this weekend. That's because much to his delight and my dismay his Ohio State Buckeyes beat my Michigan Wolverines Saturday in a very close game in Ann Arbor....more >>

Don't Rush Me

It's December? Already? Yikes. Time for negativity, then.

By the time this column hits the streets, the first week in December, 2013 will be in full swing. That means it's only a few short weeks to Christmas. And, that means I am still on track for gift purchasing to take place in about 21 days....more >>

Keiser's Role

Thankful thoughts of my own

"Let us, on the day set aside for this purpose, give thanks ot the Ruler of the universe for the strength which He has vouchsafed us to carry on our daily labors and for the hope that lives within us of the coming day when peace and the productive activities of peace shall reign on every continent....more >>

Letter to the Editor

Sherman's no sexist; that announcer's 'terrible' This is a reply to Erin Morehouse's letter regarding women football announcers that was published in the Nov. 27 Leader. I love football, especially the Oxford Wildcats....more >>

Opinions

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 >>

Editorial

Kudos to Wolves' for winning season

Congratulations to the Clarkston Wolves for a record-breaking season and state championship victory! The achievement is made more impressive considering the season's stormy start, with thunder and lightning delaying the Sept....more >>

Wendi's Word

Wendi's Word A column by Wendi Reardon

Ode to the Wolves!

Congratulations to the Clarkston Wolves! I am sorry I should be more descriptive on those two words - Congratulations to the 2013 MHSAA Division 1 Football State Champions! All of you deserve it! To all the players, we know you put in a lot of hard work not only during the season but into off season training and conditioning....more >>

Guest viewpoint

Community would benefit from McLaren project

I would like to respond to the concerns expressed about McLaren Hospital's proposed project on Sashabaw Road . I moved to this community over 30 years ago for probably many of the same reasons that attract many others....more >>

Spiritual Matters

Will you influence or be influenced?

This past week, we celebrated the holiday we call Thanksgiving Day. For many, this is the day to get well-nourished in order to have the strength for Black Friday. The deals on Black Friday are so enticing that people will stay up all night and camp outside their favorite store to catch the early specials....more >>
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Born September 20th
1878: Upton Sinclair, author best known today for The Jungle.
1884: Maxwell Perkins, editor, the first to publish F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway and Thomas Wolfe.
1885: Ferdinand Lamenthe (Jelly Roll Morton), jazz pianist, composer and singer, one of the first to orchestrate jazz music.
1891: Lamine Gueye, Senegalese political leader.
1917: Arnold Red Auerbach, second winningest basketball coach in history with 1,037 victories for the Boston Celtics.
September 20th
in history
1519: Ferdinand Magellan embarks from Spain on a voyage to circumnavigate the world. Tales of the adventures that befell three conquistadores and their Moorish slave during the sixteenth century led to Spain's Francisco Výsquez de Coronado's exploration the American Southwest.
1561: Queen Elizabeth of England signs a treaty at Hamptan Court with French Huguenot leader Louis de Bourbon, the Prince of Conde. The English will occupy Le Harve in return for aiding Bourbon against the Catholics of France. Buckingham Palace is a symbol of strength and tradition.
1565: Pedro Menendez of Spain wipes out the French at Fort Caroline, in Florida.
1604: After a two-year siege, the Spanish retake Ostend, the Netherlands, from the Dutch.
1784: Packet and Daily, the first daily publication in America, appears on the streets.