Letter to the Editor: Thank you, Neiman’s

Dear Editor, There is a positive movement growing even stronger today to be thankful and grateful for what we have and to be encouraged for what lies ahead. The Clarkston Foundation would like to share their appreciation to Nate Neiman and Neiman’s Family Market for the generous donation of 1,000 complimentary continental breakfast gift cards […]

Letter to the Editor: Take note – No Memorial Day cemetery service this holiday

Dear Editor, Due to continued mandates concerning public gatherings and other uncertainties regarding public health issues, Campbell-Richmond Post 63 regrets having to announce the cancellation of its annual Memorial Day service at Lakeview Cemetery scheduled for May 31, 2021. This cancellation was a result of some of the continued mandates affecting public gatherings such as […]

Local Girl Scouts give back to community farm

Local Girl Scouts give back to community farm

Girl Scouts is an organization that has always prided itself on giving back to the community through leadership and service. Daisies, Brownies and Juniors from Troop 76659 at Andersonville Elementary have been spending their time doing just that at Clarkston Family Farm, located at 6800 Hubbard Road. Each year, the troop brainstorms various ways to […]

What ‘Matt’ers: What a year!

They say time flies when you’re having fun, and that’s just what has been happening for the past year. One year ago, I took over as the editor at The Clarkston News after Phil Custodio relocated to Alabama to be closer to family. Admittedly, and my wife can attest to this, I was scared to […]

Less stress

Less stress

Kristine Butcher’s Academic Seminar Class at Sashabaw Middle School recently made their own DIY stress balls. Photo provided

Academic collegiate milestones

Evan Hall, of Clarkston, was recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society, at the University of Michigan. Hall is among approximately 30,000 students, faculty, professional staff and alumni to be initiated into Phi Kappa Phi each year. Membership is by invitation only […]

Clarkston resident earns Russian studies scholarship

Clarkston resident and Hamilton College junior Lucille Kline has been awarded a Critical Language Scholarship to study Russian through a virtual program hosted by Lobachevsky University in Nizhny Novgorod. The Critical Language Scholarship is a program run by the U.S. Department of State for intensive language study in 15 critical languages. Kline is a Russian […]

Let’s all celebrate small businesses on a year-round basis

The first week in May is typically National Small Business Week, and as a small business ourselves, Waterford Bank is proud to put our hard-earned dollars to work in our communities by supporting local entrepreneurs. Whether that be using local vendors to supply our lobbies to our bankers enjoying a night on the town at […]