Hills alive with sound of sledding

Hills alive with sound of sledding

Mila and Jesse Mihalcheon hit the snowy slopes behind Independence Elementary School with their parents, Kurt and Katie Mihalcheon, Sunday afternoon. Temperatures were starting to edge out of near-zero depths on Sunday, leading to a thaw in the 30s later in the week. Photo by Phil Custodio Temperatures heading into the 20s eased frostbite concerns […]

FROM THE MAYOR’S DESK: Many work together to make city a success

As we, the City of the Village of Clarkston, concluded a milestone with our 25th birthday as a city, I was asked what makes Clarkston great. Initially, the obvious came to mind with great shops and restaurants and of course our little historic city charm. Of course, it’s much more than that and as we […]

‘Escanaba’ on stage

Clarkston Village Players present “Escanaba in Love” by Jeff Daniels, Jan. 12-14, 19-21, and 25-27 at Depot Theater. The prequel to “Escanaba in da Moonlight,” “Escanaba in Love” runs the gamut from slapstick humor to warmhearted drama. In this funny and at times bawdy play about the Soady family and their men-only deer camp in […]

K-9 donation in officer’s name

The Heroes Need Hope benefit at Deer Lake Athletic Club, 6167 White Lake Road, will feature a special dedication to Sgt. Collin Rose, a Wayne State University K9 police officer killed in the line of duty, Nov. 2016. Prevention Concepts and Solutions, which is hosting the event from 5-10 p.m., Jan. 27, will be donating […]

Business revved up at Revability

Business revved up at Revability

Chuck Fortinberry, vice president and general manager, at right, and Kevin Bellant, mobility sales manager BY PHIL CUSTODIO Clarkston News Editor Sparks fly as workers keep Clarkston on the cutting edge of wheelchair-accessibly vehicles. “We’ve had a dozen hired in the last 60 days and we’re still hiring – we’re excited about it,” said Chuck […]

SPIRITUAL MATTERS: Christmas continues in spirit

The first few days of each New Year are usually focused on trying to get things back to “normal” after a busy and festive holiday season. I also find myself reflecting on the past year and sometimes making some resolutions about how I want things to be different in the new year. My resolutions usually […]

Judith A. TAPSCOTT

TAPSCOTT, Judith A.; of Ortonville; January 7, 2018; age 77; wife of Jerry for 50 years; mother of Victoria Marks; grandma of Nikki (Tyler) Heichel, Chelsea Tapscott & Kaitlyn Marks; great grandma of Konnor, Layla, Mila, Marlee, Hunter & baby on the way Rowan; sister of Tom (Dawn) Savage, Bob Savage & Jerry Savage; preceded […]

Timothy A. COOLIDGE

COOLIDGE, Timothy A.; of Clarkston; January 6, 2018; age 66; husband of Suzan; father of Jeremy (Shannin) Coolidge & Jamie Coolidge; papa of Cody, Caden, Joshua, “Papa Cool” of Irelin & Brooklin; son of Veronica  (late Truett) Moses & the late George Coolidge; brother of Katherine (Sia Moradmand) Coolidge & Martha Coolidge; loving uncle, great […]

Linda M. THORPE

THORPE, Linda M. of Clarkston; Went to be with the Lord January 4, 2108; age 69.  Preceded in death by her parents Elton and Frances and her sister Lorna.  Loving sister of Lucille, Leora and Leon (Christy) Thorpe.  Dear aunt of Audrey and Shannon.  Linda retired from White Castle.  She was a longtime member of […]

Mikel Marion O’NEILL

O’NEILL, Mikel Marion; age 81, of Clarkston, passed away in her home on December 28, 2017 surrounded by family and loved ones. She is survived by her husband Dr. James A. O’Neill and her siblings: Dr. Stephen (Late Karen) Werner and Terry (William) Peyton. She was blessed with six children: James “Mike” (Kathy) O’Neill; Kathryn […]