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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 July 2nd
1894: Andre Kertesz, photographer.
1900: Tyrone Guthrie, English theater director.
1908: Thurgood Marshall, first African-American Supreme Court Justice.
1916: Barry Gray, radio talk show host.
1918: Robert Sarnoff, president of NBC.
July 2nd
in history
1776: The Continental Congress resolves that the American colonies are, and of right ought to be, free and independent States.
1822: Denmark Vesey is executed in Charleston, South Carolina, for planning a massive slave revolt.
1858: Czar Alexander II frees the serfs working on imperial lands.
1863: The Union left flank holds at Little Round Top during the Battle of Gettysburg.
1881: Charles J. Guiteau fatally wounds President James A. Garfield in Washington, D.C.