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Food for Lighthouse

Clarkston Junior High School students collected 1,850 items and $820 for Lighthouse North in their week-long Souper Bowl food drive. Clarkston Junior High Leadership class, led by teacher J....more >>

Local students make Central's Honors List

Central Michigan University's fall semester honors list includes Clarkston students Ryan Alexander, Keera Allen, Jonathan Arcobello, Katherine Bailey, Scott Barker, Jonathan Bauer, Angela Bollini, Derek Booker, Johann Britting, Jonathan Brown, Andrew Cabaj, Melinda Cabaj, Krista Cassisi, Meredith Clark, Jennifer Coates, Elizabeth Crawford, Lauren Culver, Rebecca Culver, Anne Drolet, Melanie Dunnigan, Scott Ehlke, Kathryn Emerick, Celeste Evans, Allison Facciolla, Mckenzie Gauthier, Timothy Ginn, Kaitlin Grost, Christy Grusnick, Jenna Guilds, Hillary Hacker, Anne Hart, Robert Hearnes, Dustin Humphreys, Jennifer Jochum, Lauren Johnson, Sarah Johnson, Jaclyn Johnston, Adam Koelb, Lindsay Kolich, Andrea Kovacic, Jordan LaPorte, Katarzyna Laskowska, Jessica Lazoen, Chelsea Lyberg, Stephen McIssac, Rebecca Meisner, Mitchell Miller, Christine Neal, Brittany Noble, Justin Orminski, Kaci Poland, Rebecca Reas, Brianna Reuter, Lauren Ring, Kirsten Rogers, Christine Rozwadowski, Alexander Sak, Emma Scagnoli, Jessica Scagnoli, Michelle Sun, Daniel Thompson, William Thompson, Stephen Trawick, Megan Vance, Chelsea Warner, Maxx Whaley and Jayme Wilson; and Davisburg students Brittany Elia, Jessica Frick, Michael Giannetti, Aaron Sharp and Adam Sharp....more >>
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Schooled on tricks of the video trade

Senior Ivan Blade sunk the camera into the pool at Clarkston High School as his classmates held their breath and went under the water. After a few moments, they came back out and Blade pulled the camera back out, safe and dry in its sealed plastic bag....more >>

New class schedule in the works for OHS

A new class schedule is on its way to Oxford High School in the near future. The biggest question is when. Oxford Community Schools is looking to do away with the current schedule and switch to a rotating, seven-period day....more >>
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Welcome to Camp Iwannaread

Daniel Axford Elementary second-graders in teacher Chad Boyd's class celebrated the beginning of "March is Reading Month" by roughing it sort of. Students transformed their classroom into a campsite by pitching tents, building a makeshift campfire and rolling out sleeping bags....more >>
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Born March 28th
1895: James McCudden, the first RAF pilot to receive the Victoria Cross.
1909: Nelson Algren, novelist (The Man with the Golden Arm, A Walk on the Wild Side).
1929: Frederick Exley, American novelist (A Fan's Notes).
1930: Jerome Isaac Friedman, American physicist, helped confirm the existence of quarks.
1936: Mario Vargas Llosa, Peruvian novelist (Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter, Death in the Andes).
March 28th
in history
1941: The Italian fleet is routed by the British at the Battle of Matapan.
1941: English novelist Virginia Woolf throws herself into the River Ouse near her home in Sussex. Her body is never found.
1942: A British ship, the HMS Capbeltown, a Lend-Lease American destroyer, which was specifically rammed into a German occupied dry-dock in France, explodes, knocking the area out of action for the German battleship Tirpitz.
1945: Germany launches the last of its V-2 rockets against England.
1946: Juan Peron is elected President of Argentina. He will hold the office for six years.