Shindell show

Singer, guitarist and songsmith Richard Shindell performs at Carrick’s Tiny Barn Concerts, 7:30 p.m., Nov. 16. The all-acoustic, solo set will feature selections from his discography including his latest, 2016’s Careless, performed on his Martin D-18 and his 00-18, both from 1952. “Sometimes one wants to go back to a simpler time, especially these days,” […]

Judith Ruth Junod

Judith Ruth Junod, 72 years of age, passed away on Wednesday, November 14, 2018 at Crittenden Hospital, Rochester, Michigan.  Judy was born on January 28, 1946 in Detroit, Michigan, to the late Walter and Josephine Zielke. She was the 2nd of 5 sisters, Janet, Judy, Carol, the late Suzanne, and Arlene.  Judy graduated from Fordson High […]

City council, 9-24-18

  City of the Village of Clarkston City Council Regular Meeting Minutes 09 24 2018 Minutes Call to Order at 7:00 PM. Pledge of Allegiance. Roll Call: Mayor Percival, Catallo, Detkowski, Kneisc, Luginski, Reynolds, Wylie, All Present. Approval of Agenda: Motion by Percival, Supported by Wylie, to approve the agenda with changes move T Ryan […]

City council, 9-15-18

City of the Village of Clarkston City Council Regular Meeting Minutes 09 15 2018 Special Minutes Call to Order at 6:00 PM. Pledge of Allegiance. Roll Call: Kneisc, Reynolds, Wylie, Mayor Percival, Catallo, Detkowski, Present. Luginski Absent. Approval of Agenda: Motion by Detkowski, Supported by Kneisc, to approve the agenda. All Aye, Motion Carried. Jonathan […]

City Council, 9-10-18

City of the Village of Clarkston City Council Regular Meeting Minutes 09 10 2018 Minutes Call to Order at 7:00 PM. Pledge of Allegiance. Roll Call: Mayor Percival, Catallo, Kneisc, Luginski, Wylie, Present. Reynolds, Detkowski, Absent. Motion by Wylie, Seconded by Kneisc, to approve the agenda, with an addition to add Shiver Tree Service to […]

NATHAN DANIEL EASON

EASON, NATHAN DANIEL of Pontiac.  Died November 13, 2018.  He was 59.  Born March 27, 1959 in Mobile, Alabama to the late Larry and Mary Helen (nee: Everett) Eason.  He is survived by three sisters, Susan (Gene) Raymond, Cherie (Michael) Wibley and Judy (Ray) Smith; also survived by seven nieces and nephews and 10 great […]

Mayor Haven seeks to preserve sense of ‘home’

BY PHIL CUSTODIO Clarkston News Editor New Clarkston Mayor Eric Haven learned a lot, campaigning door to door. “Residents love their Clarkston homes, both inside and outside the historic district,” said Haven, who won the top seat with 272 votes, 52.31 percent of the 520 total in the Nov. 6 election. “Even the many who […]

Nice-city candidates reelected

BY PHIL CUSTODIO Clarkston News Editor Incumbents Sue Wylie and Rick Detkowski ran together for re-election to City Council, and both came out on top in the Nov. 6 election. “In both this election and the Council election two years ago, Rick Detkowski and I were the top two vote-getters, and those results indicate that […]

Lights for fellow Girl Scouts

Lights for fellow Girl Scouts

From left are Stacey Bousho and Clarkston Girl Scouts Eva Bousho, Maddie Schmidt, Charley Bousho, and Heidi McNamara. Photo by Phil Custodio Girl Scouts around the country gathered to remember three scouts and a mom, lost trying to make their community a little cleaner. In Clarkston, Girl Scout mom Kristine McNamara organized a gathering in […]

Holiday Lights Parade

The theme of this year’s Clarkston Holiday Lights Parade is “Let the Stars Shine on Clarkston.” The parade starts at 6 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 8, in the Clarkston Renaissance High School parking lot. The route is Church Street to Main, north to Miller Road, right on Glenburnie, and ending at Calvary Lutheran Church. Tree lighting […]

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