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Seven innings and five strikeouts later, David Steward had helped the Clarkston Varsity Baseball team win the MHSAA Division 1 Quarterfinals against Brighton, 4-1, on June 10. "When David competes on the mound he is awfully tough to beat," said Phil Price, head coach....more >>

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Missing Mayor Where has the Mayor of the City of the Village of Clarkston gone? Mayor Joe Luginski has been absent over the past few months and his term is over in Nov. Despite questions asked, The Clarkston News received no response from Luginski....more >>
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Born September 22nd
1791: Michael Faraday, English physicist, inventor of the dynamo, the transformer and the electric motor.
1885: Erich Von Stroheim, director, actor and screenwriter best known for Greed.
1902: John Houseman, director, producer and actor.
1909: David Reisman, sociologist, author of The Lonely Crowd.
1927: Tommy Lasorda, manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers baseball team from 1975 to 1996.
September 22nd
in history
1906: Race riots in Atlanta, Georgia leave 21 people dead.
1914: The German cruiser Emden shells Madras, India, destroying 346,000 gallons of fuel and killing only five civilians. The exploits of a lone, resourceful cruiser caught world attention, established tactics for commerce raiding and gave tradition to a new navy.
1915: Xavier University, the first African-American Catholic college, opens in New Orleans, Louisiana.
1918: General Allenby leads the British army against the Turks, taking Haifa and Nazareth, Palestine.
1919: President Woodrow Wilson abandons his national tour to support the League of Nations when he suffers a case of nervous exhaustion.Joseph Avenol, secretary-general of the League of Nations, sold out the organization he had sworn to uphold.