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Clarkston ski teams rule the snowy slopes

Racers on the Boys Varsity Ski team are rulers of the mountain after finishing their dual season undefeated. Five finished in the top 20 in their dual against Lake Orion on Feb. 1....more >>
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Wolves clip Bluejays wings in OAA league game

Fans sat on the edge of their seats watching in anticipation the last few minutes of Friday's game. Southfield's Desmond Barnes sank a basket to get a lead on Clarkston 54-51. The crowd cheered as Wolf Marcus Hardy stole the ball and passed it to teammate Nick Tatu, who scored two points....more >>
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Hastings never wasting time

Junior Megan Hastings sunk her highest score in the Lady Wolves loss to Southfield-Lathrup on Jan. 28, scoring 23 points on the undefeated team. "I am really proud of it," said the 5'5" varsity player....more >>

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Kersten going Western

Senior Jarrett Kersten brightly smiled as he enjoyed bakery treats with his friends and teammates, celebrating his future, Feb. 4. A few minutes earlier he had signed his letter of intent to play soccer for Western Michigan University....more >>
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Born February 13th
1892: Grant Wood, painter (American Gothic).
1902: Georges Simenon, novelist.
1910: William B. Shockley, physicist, co-inventor of the transistor.
1919: Tennessee Ernie Ford, country and gospel singer.
1923: Charles Chuck Yeager, American test pilot, the first man to break the sound barrier.
February 13th
in history
1953: The Pope asks the United States to grant clemency to convicted spies Ethel and Julius Rosenberg.
1968: The United States sends 10,500 more combat troops to Vietnam.
1970: General Motors is reportedly redesigning automobiles to run on unleaded fuel.
1972: Enemy attacks in Vietnam decline for the third day as the United States continues its intensive bombing strategy.
1984: Konstantin Chernenko is selected to succeed Yuri Andropov as Party General Secretary in the Soviet Union.