‘So thankful’

‘So thankful’

Local resident Chuck Griffith takes time for an October photograph with his immediate family, numbering 24 strong, on the bridge in the 5800 block of Clarkston Road. After an accident 30 years ago resulted in the loss of his right hand and forearm, Griffith built the bridge as his first one-handed project. “I often say, […]

College graduates

Grand Valley State University recently announced the names recent graduates who have completed the requirements to receive their degrees this past August. Students who graduated at the conclusion of the Spring/Summer 2020 semester ending in August include Alexandra L. Baranyai, BBA; Haley E. Cascone, BA; Daniel P. DeWitt, BBA; David C. Genslak, BS; Hannah R. […]

Mueller’s Musings: Searching for a story

Mueller’s Musings: Searching for a story

From once upon a time, to “listen to this, boys,” I’ve always found myself babbling on and craving the attention of some sort of an audience. Call me selfish or call me pompous, I just call myself a writer. At 20 years old, I can’t seem to stay in one place, having lived in six […]

Letter to the Editor: Trump got raw end of deal from election

Dear Editor, It has been said by many that a healing process should begin after the election procedure between Joe Biden and Donald Trump. But wait a minute. Many Trump supporters are just plain provoked or angered. It was an unfair election setup. The violence and the countless negative comments of the Democratic party and several leading […]

Giving back to local businesses

Giving back to local businesses

Brandon Still (far right), of the Match on Main program, met at Depot Park, Nov. 12, with Clarkston City Manager Jonathan Smith (far left) to present checks via private donations and matches to, from left, Chelsea O’Brien from Clarkston Family Farm, Tammy Darr from Clarkston Travel, and Emma Davis-Donnay from Essence On Main. For more […]

City offices locked

With the recent step-up on COVID restrictions from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, the Clarkston city offices are closed to public entry, being done to protect both the residents and staff. The staff will continue to work their normal hours in the office, but the doors will remain locked.  Residents and others […]

Betty Lou Chapman, 69

Betty Lou Chapman, of Clarkston, formerly Buchanan, passed away on Sunday, November 15, 2020, and is now at peace. She was 69. Betty Lou was born on January 30, 1951, to Eugene and Margaret (Batchelor) Aalfs in Niles. She graduated from Buchanan High School in 1969. Betty Lou attended Michigan State University and was a […]