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Lady Wolves represent the best in All-Star softball game

Bailee Braunreuther and Taylor Hasselbach headed to Lansing to play one last game as teammates. Both were invited to play in the Michigan High School Softball Coaches Association All-Star game at Rainey Park on Wednesday....more >>
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Dawgs take a big bite

Boys from the Clarkston Riverdawgs 10U team showed their competition it's hard to keep a good Dawg down. They were down 4-0 when they went against the Michigan Red Sox. Knowing they could do better, they fought back during the "Best of the Best" Grand Blanc Baseball Tournament....more >>
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Kicking good time

The Flying Buffalos cheered after the orange soccer ball rolled past their opponents during a game on the Clarkston High School field, July 14. Girls, going into third to ninth grade, participated in the Future Wolves Soccer Camp....more >>

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Run, swim and roll in money for Leukemia and Lymphony Society

Athletes are warming up as they get ready for the seventh annual Craig Greenfield Memorial Tri and Du held on August 1. The event is held in memory of Craig Greenfield, who died from non-Hodgkin's lymphona in 2000....more >>
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Born March 28th
1818: Wade Hampton, Confederate general in the American Civil War.
1862: Aristide Briand, premier of France (1909-22).
1868: Maxim Gorky, Russian short story writer and novelist.
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).
March 28th
in history
1774: Britain passes the Coercive Act against rebellious Massachusetts.
1854: Britain and France declare war on Russia.
1864: A group of Copperheads attack Federal soldiers in Charleston, Illinois. Five are killed and twenty wounded.
1885: The Salvation Army is officially organized in the United States.
1908: Automobile owners lobby Congress in support of a bill that calls for vehicle licensing and federal registration.