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Gridiron heroes wrap season against Bobcats

The Wolves lined up and hugged their football coaches one by one under the bright lights on Friday. After a long battle they lost the MHSAA Pre-District playoffs to Grand Blanc, 38-14....more >>
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Athletes of the Week

Spikers go for three

Unstoppable would be an understatement when describing the Clarkston's Girls Varsity Volleyball team. During the weekend they won their third tournament when they went to Andover High School on Saturday....more >>

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Chiefs head to Superbowl

Their colors might be blue, but the Clarkston Chiefs Freshman Blue and JV Blue teams are not sad about anything after their games on Saturday. Both teams won their division playoffs and are going to the Northern Youth Football League Super Bowl VI....more >>

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Three runners go to state

Three cross country athletes are moving onto the state finals after Saturday's MHSAA Cross Country Division 1 Regional meet. Senior Lindsey Fantin, junior Adam Bruderick and sophomore Sam Tanielian finished in the top 15 to qualify....more >>
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Ghosts, witches and Word Wall, oh my!

Pine Knob Elementary classrooms looked different on Oct. 29. Instead of students there were superheroes, fairies, movie and cartoon characters in the seats. The students enjoyed dressing up, playing games and eating treats during their Halloween parties....more >>
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Born August 3rd
1900: Ernie Pyle, World War II correspondent who wrote about the common soldier.
1905: Maggie Kuhn, social activist and founder of The Gray Panthers.
1909: Walter Van Tilberg, Western novelist who wrote The Ox-Bow Incident.
1920: P.D. James (Phyllis Dorothy James), British mystery writer.
1924: Leon Uris, writer whose works include Battle Cry and Exodus.
August 3rd
in history
1908: Allan Allensworth files the site plan for the first African-American town, Allensworth, California.
1911: Airplanes are used for the first time in a military capacity when Italian planes reconnoiter Turkish lines near Tripoli.
1914: Germany declares war on France.
1916: Sir Roger Casement is hanged for treason in England.
1945: Chinese troops under American General Joseph Stilwell take the town of Myitkyina from the Japanese.