Dale M. WHITTAKER

WHITTAKER, Dale M.; of Brandon Twp.; went home to be with the Lord June 14, 2018; age 71; loving husband of Shyrl “Sherri” (nee Hall) for 49 years; father of Steed (Monica) Whittaker & Guy B. Whittaker; proud grandpa of Samantha Lynn (Jerry) Dvorak, Dakota Whittaker-U.S.N.A., Nolan, Skyler, Addison & Emma Whittaker. Great grandpa of […]

Kimberly P. TYBURSKI

TYBURSKI, Kimberly P.; of Clarkston; formerly of Troy; June 12, 2018; age 51; wife of Daniel for 27 years; mother of Kristin & Nicholas; daughter of the late Linda (Davaney) Davidson; sister of Linda “Christine” (Randy) Knox and Sherie Davidson; aunt of Tyler Knox, Brent Davidson, Chaz Davidson, Josh Younk & Nate Younk; daughter in […]

Michael P. NURENBERG

NURENBERG, Michael P.; of Waterford formerly of Clarkston; June 10, 2018 after a courageous battle with cancer; age 60; husband of Vicky for 39 years; father of Krystal (Ryan) Fletcher & Jeffery Nurenberg; grandpa of Kyli & Thomas; son of Patrick & Nancy Nurenberg; brother of Sandy (Dan) Barlow & Tim Nurenberg; brother in law […]

Judith A. ZIELKE

ZIELKE, Judith A.; age 78; of Clarkston; passed away June 12, 2018. Judith was born January 16, 1940 in Detroit. She attended St. Scholastica grade school & Mercy High School. She graduated from Michigan State University with a teacher’s bachelor degree & went on to get her Master’s degree from MSU. Judith started her teaching […]

Promises made, kept earn top honors for Bowman’s

Promises made, kept earn top honors for Bowman’s

The Bowman Chevrolet team earned the General Motors’ Chevrolet Dealer of the Year award through outstanding customer service. Photo by Phil Custodio BY PHIL CUSTODIO Clarkston News Editor For Katie Bowman Coleman, president of Bowman Chevrolet, winning the General Motors’ Chevrolet Dealer of the Year award stems from a promise she made to her father, the […]

Letters to the Editor

President support Dear Editor, The past weeks letters written disparaging President Trump has left dismay and disappointment on your pages (“Sick, sinking feeling,” May 16; “Letter appreciated,” June 6). So Americans have elected the first non politician president since George Washington who dedicates his every day to citizens instead of lobbyists. Yet some choose to […]

Millpond Porchfest

The Millpond Porchfest will be on Sunday, June 24, from 2-4 p.m. “There will be seven porches with seven very different acts. This year we will have everything from Rock and Folk music to a dulcimer group, a barbershop quartet and an Irish band,” said Toni Smith, director, Clarkston Heritage Museum. “There will be a […]

Road work

Road work for Consumers Energy gas service installation is scheduled for Allen Road, from Cranberry Lake Road to Hubbard Road, June 16. The road will be closed to through traffic, with residential access maintained. Detour route is Cranberry Lake Road to M15 to Hubbard Road, back to Allen Road, and vice versa. For more information, […]

Congressman visits Clarkston construction tech projects

Clarkston Junior High Construction Tech teacher Jeff Peariso and Principal Adam Kern gave a tour to U.S. Congressman Mike Bishop of the school’s Construction Technology Program, May 25. “The skilled trades are just another avenue that we can provide our students with to pursue their passions,” Kern said. “For many of these students, this is […]

Open house, ice cream at historic church

Sashabaw Presbyterian Church, 5331 Maybee Road, hosts an open house and ice cream social, Saturday, June 23. They’ll show off restoration work on the historic church by Clarkston Construction Technology students, and how it will be used as a community center once restoration is complete, said the Rev. Laura Sias-Lee. “We envision a place where […]