A Look Back for May 20, 2020

From The Clarkston News archives 25 years ago – 1995 “Bomb suspects are ordered to stand trial” Five Clarkston teenagers were ordered to stand trial on explosive charges by 52-2 District Court Judge Gerald McNally. Charges included possession or construction of explosives, using explosives to blow up a mailbox and a shack, and conspiracy in […]

Athlete of the Week: State champion

BY WENDI REARDON PRICE Clarkston News Sports Writer Avery Grail finished his winter season as a champion, taking first place in the 194-pound weight class in the Michigan High School Powerlifting Association State Meet. “It was quite an experience because we led the team to states last year and had a bunch of people place […]

Sunflower Market continues with pick-up on Wednesdays

Clarkston Family Farm continues to keep their Sunflower Market open on Wednesdays with a few changes. It’s open from 12-4 p.m. for pre-order curbside pick-up with Executive Director Chelsea O’Brien with her daughter, Delaney, and son, Aiden, putting orders together and delivering to vehicles. “It’s wonderful,” Chelsea said. “It’s just four hours and we will […]

Riders help rebuild Hoophouse

BY WENDI REARDON PRICE Clarkston News Staff Writer Clarkston Family Farm, the Flying Rhino Cycling Club and Kinetic Systems Bicycles invite the community to Make a Donation and Ride. Clarkston Family Farm and Flying Rhino Cycling Club planned to do a Mother’s Day event but when the event had to be cancelled a new idea […]

A Look Back for May 13, 2020

From The Clarkston News archives 25 years ago – 1995 “Privatization meetings set” The Clarkston Board of Education set two special meetings to review proposals for the privatization of transportation and maintenance services. “’Bonkers’ family center needs ordinance change” Investors wanted to build an establishment similar to Chuck E. Cheese family entertainment centers in a […]

Free vehicle sterilization for first responders and healthcare employees, April 24

Bowman Chevrolet is partnering with Legacy Service Solutions to offer free mobile vehicle sterilization and antimicrobial coating process to not only disinfect but protect against the growth of COVID-19. All hospital and healthcare employees, law enforcement, fire and EMS workers are eligible for the free cleaning this Friday, April 24 from 3-7 p.m. at Bowman, […]

Wint’s Healing Hearts for May

Wint’s Healing Hearts Grief Support Group has been cancelled for the month of May due to public health concerns. Scheduling for future dates will be updated on the Wint Funeral Home website:  www.wintfuneralhome/aftercare as information becomes available. Any questions or to be on the invitation list, call the Lewis E. Wint & Son Funeral Home […]

Letter to Editor: Shout out to small town caring

Dear Editor, I wanted to share some good news during this difficult times we are all facing. I was having difficulty with the technology of online shopping at Neiman’s Family Market. I called to request ordering from a list since I couldn’t get through online. They were so gracious and not only did my shopping […]

Quarantine strands resident in Peru

Quarantine strands resident in Peru

BY WENDI REARDON PRICE Clarkston News Staff Writer Michelle Phaup planned to return home to Clarkston from her winter getaway in Lima, Peru, on March 17. A national quarantine due to COVID-19 thwarted that idea. “I was in shock,” said Phaup, who has been there since Feb. 10. “I was surprised there would be that […]

Athlete of the Week: Powerlifter fights for goals

BY WENDI REARDON PRICE Clarkston News Sports Writer Jason McInally finished in fifth place in the 114-pound in the Michigan High School Powerlifting Association State Meet, March 8. He finished with a total of 610 with 210 in squat, 130 in bench and 270 in dead lift. “My season went well as a whole,” said […]

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