Peter Ohrnberger, 87

Peter H. Ohrnberger, of Clarkston, passed away July 10, 2020 at the age 87. Preceded in death by his wife Karen. Father of Erik (Gina), Klaus (Jeanne) and Corinna (James) Barry. Opa of Katherine, Elisabeth, Corinna and Annika. Celebration of life service at 10 a.m., Friday, August 7, at the Lewis E. Wint & Son […]

Donald Myers, 79

Donald W. “Don” Myers, of Clarkston, passed away peacefully on July 12, 2020 at the age of 79. Beloved husband of Diana Schroder for 40 years. Loving father of Donald (Lindsay) Myers and Kevin Myers. Proud grandpa of Cody, Bailey, D.J. and Hannah. Dear brother of Sally (Robert) Bacon. Loved uncle of Elizabeth and Jeff. […]

Letter to the Editor: Is Main Street a dangerous road?

Dear Editor, Yes. 30 mph is too fast for ALL motorized vehicles for several reasons: 1. The intersection of M-15 and Miller has a very short, almost shared left turn lane with M15 and Clarkston Rd. Very tricky spot when busy; lots of ‘close calls’ and accidents there. 2. Main street through town has beautiful, […]

Letter to the Editor: Main Street traffic statistics

Dear Editor, Daily risk of “crash“ non fatal, no injury .002739727 Monthly risk 0.0273972603 Yearly risk is 0.3333333333 Crash, in English means “ to go to pieces with violence and noise “ It also means a place to sleep. Sofa or bed. The word crash may be a little exaggeration, other than the one occurrence […]

Letter to the Editor: Traffic calming

Dear Editor, The issue of traffic calming has been around for as long as I can remember. I have heard that the establishment of a historic district in the 70’s and becoming a city in 1992 was at least in part to control what happens on Main Street. When I ran for city council in […]

Letter to the Editor: Discussing Andy Meisner’s huge snafu

Dear Editor, Reading the retort of Andy Meisner’s comments about L.Brooks Patterson by Mary Patterson Warner, I must question Mr. Meisner’s logic and humanity… Anyone with any sense that heard or read Meisner’s comments about Brooks and still plans to vote for Meisner might want to reconsider. Let’s start out with the fact that Brooks […]

Readers react to latest face mask requirement

Readers react to latest face mask requirement

Last Friday, Governor Gretchen Whitmer issued a new face mask/covering order that requires all people in Michigan to wear a mask when in an indoor business or when in a crowded outdoor space. Anyone found to be in violation of this order faces a $500 fine but no jail time, and businesses must refuse entry […]

Kids of all ages can enjoy art during summer months

Kids of all ages can enjoy art during summer months

BY BRIANNA HAYES Clarkston News Intern Local art instructor and owner of The Artist’s Apprentice, Pamela Palmer, has fun activities for children to this summer. Palmer teaches many different art camps and lessons throughout the year. After being closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic much like other summer camps, Palmer received the green light from […]

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