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Backpack food program at Andersonville

Many children don't get enough nutritious food, even in Clarkston. For students at Andersonville Elementary this fall, Blessings in a Backpack is there to help. The national program is for students receiving free or reduced lunches during the week at school....more >>

School board meetings now posted on website

The Clarkston Community Schools Board of Education meetings are now available to watch online. The link to the board's last meeting, on July 11, is found on the bottom of the district's home page at www....more >>
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OHS grad headed to China to teach history, maybe football

One of Oxford's sons left for China this week to teach students in the Far East about this nation's past and, if there's enough interest, how to wage the 100-yard war. Gerald Wichman III, a 2004 graduate of Oxford High School, landed a job teaching U....more >>
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Born December 25th
1841: Clara Barton, founder of the Red Cross.
1870: Rosa Luxemburg, Polish-born founder of the Spartacus League which later became the German Communist Party.
1907: Cab Calloway, band leader, the first Jazz singer to sell a million records.
1918: Anwar Sadat, Egyptian president (1970 to 1981) and Nobel Peace Prize winner.
December 25th
in history
1861: Stonewall Jackson spends Christmas with his wife; their last together.
1862: John Hunt Morgan and his raiders clash with Union forces near Bear Wallow, Kentucky. Morgan's Last Battle.
1862: President and Mrs. Lincoln visit hospitals in the Washington D.C. area on this Christmas Day. Christmas in the Civil War
1912: Italy lands troops in Albania to protect its interests during a revolt there. The Second Balkans War.
1914: German and British troops on the Western Front declare an unofficial truce to celebrate Christmas during World War I.