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Lady Wolves up rivals in opener

Lady Cagers had no problem putting the heat on their crosstown rivals Lake Orion in the second half last Friday to come out with a 53-17 win in their home opener. "Our defensive pressure gave Lake Orion some problems," said Tim Wasilk, head coach for Clarkston Girls Varsity Basketball....more >>
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Athlete of the Week

School and sports success

Senior Ethan Frick had left a lingering impression on one of his coach during the Clarkston Boys Varsity Football season. "Ethan was a pleasure to coach," said Tony Miller, Wolves' defensive coordinator....more >>
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Moscovic returns as head coach

A familiar face to Clarkston Wrestling is back in a new role as native Derek Moscovic takes over as head coach for the varsity team. One of his goals in his new role is to carry on the Clarkston tradition....more >>

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Ice success

The Clarkston Varsity Hockey team added put their first win on the boards on Dec. 1 with a 4-1 win over St. Clair Shores Unified. The Wolves satisfied that hunger against the Lakers, who were a state-ranked team for much of last season....more >>

Holiday movie at CHS

Clarkston High School is holding movie night on Wednesday Dec. 14 and is showing the movie "Elf," rated PG (PG). The movie begins 7:30 p.m. in the high school gym. Tickets are available at the door for $5 or students can buy pre sale tickets for $3 at the high school during all lunches....more >>
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Born March 3rd
1916: Robert Whitehead, Broadway producer (Bus Stop, A Man for All Seasons).
1918: Arthur Kornberg, Nobel Prize-winning biochemist.
1920: Robert Searle, cartoonist.
1926: James Merrill, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet (Divine Comedies).
1927: Nicolas Freeling, crime writer.
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in history
1878: Russia and the Ottomans sign the treaty of Stenafano, granting independence to Serbia.
1905: The Russian Czar agrees to create an elected assembly.
1918: The Soviets and Germany sign a peace treaty at Brest-Litovsk depriving the Soviets of White Russia.
1919: Boeing flies the first U.S. international airmail from Vancouver, British Columbia to Seattle, Washington.
1923: The first issue of Time magazine is published. It's editor, Henry R. Luce, is just out of Yale.