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Looking for a comeback

Icers learned a hard lesson on the rink in their opening game of their Thanksgiving Showcase when they lost in the third period to South Lyon Unified, 8-6. "The first two periods we played well," said Clarkston Varsity Hockey Coach Bryan Krygier....more >>
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Ace-ing the season

Spikers rewrote the history books during their 2011 fall season - making it into the Final Four in the run for the MHSAA Volleyball State Championship. Their run at the Kellogg Arena in Battle Creek ended to Lake Orion, Nov....more >>
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Born July 6th
1910: Dorothy Kirsten, opera singer.
1921: Nancy Reagan, wife of President Ronald Reagan.
1927: Bill Haley, rock 'n' roll musician.
1935: Dalai Lama [Tenzin Gyatso], Tibetan religious leader, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize.
July 6th
in history
1536: Jaques Cartier returns to France after discovering the St. Lawrence River in Canada.
1685: James II defeats James, the Duke of Monmouth, at the Battle of Sedgemoor, the last major battle to be fought on English soil.
1770: The entire Ottoman fleet is destroyed by the Russians at the battle of Cesme.
1788: 10,000 troops are called out in Paris as unrest mounts in the poorer districts over poverty and lack of food.
1835: John Marshall, the third chief justice of the Supreme Court, dies at the age of 79. Two days later, while tolling in his honor in Philadelphia, the Liberty Bell cracks.