Bike shop to host breast cancer fund-raiser Friday

Cyclist Karey Collins rode in the Hershey Tour de Pink last October and plans to participate again this year. She will be holding a fund-raiser from 6-9 p.m. Friday, May 8 at Main Street Bicycles (176 S. Washington St. in the Oxford Marketplace) to raise money for breast cancer research. The ‘Ladies Night? will be […]

Lacrossers take home rivals? travel trophy

The boys carried their new trophy off Lake Orion’s field in celebration – they had just won the traveling trophy created for the two rivals. Adam Zak led the Wolves by lending six goals in the 16-3 victory. ‘We have no intention of giving them a reason to take back,? said Coach Brian Kaminskas. ‘It […]

Athlete of the Week

Mikayla Ferer and Lisa Lyon hugged each other after teammate Sydney Dicea scored the lone goal for the night on North Farmington’s net. ‘The goal gave the JV team their seven straight win for the season on April 16. The game against North Farmington was a little tougher for the girls then the teams they […]

On the links

Tommy Ronk was low scorer for Clarkston at the Traverse City golf tournament this past weekend. Ronk scored a 73 in Friday’s play, while Sean Hoffman got an 80, including a chip-in Eagle, said coach Mark Wiegand, Clarkston High School Varsity Boys Golf. “As a team we finished in about the middle of the pack,” […]

Verlinden’s star on the rise in film

Clarkston High School senior Brandon Verlinden rose from the bench and stood next to a Lake Orion player. They watched the monitors and the coaches discussing the next move. ‘Cut,? said Director Chuck Grady. Verlinden stepped back and went over to the Oxford Wildcats bench. He didn’t turn traitor. When Lake Orion High School said […]

Kessler wins talent show with song for grandma

When Sarah Kessler sings the song she wrote about her grandmother, she doesn’t think about the emotion and thoughts behind it, but lets the audience become tranfixed into the song. After singing ‘Never Gone,? she never expected to win the Flint Metro League Talent Show held April 23 at the Oxford High School Performing Arts […]

Road construction expected until Sept.

Stop and go traffic. Signs warning to merge into another lane. It must mean construction season is here and has already announced its arrival with barrels along the M-24 and Drahner Road intersection. Work on the intersection began in late March and is not expected to be finished until the beginning of September. Most of […]

Annual plant exchange May 16

Time to put your plants in pots and get them ready for Annual Free Plant Exchange and Daylily Sale. The Friends of Addison Township Public Library are gearing up for their annual exchange coming up on May 16. ‘It’s a great opportunity for the community to get together and share ideas and trade their flowers,? […]

Lights, camera, tip-off!

Decked out in their blue and gold attire, Oxford students cheered for their team as they played in the Lake Orion gym. ‘Cut,? called Director Chuck Grady. Everyone stopped their acting and waited for the next cue to continue. Hundreds of Oxford students and residents filled seats at Lake Orion’s fieldhouse to be extras in […]

Spring cleaning

Armed with rakes, brooms and leaf bags, the Cub Scout Pack 499 set off into the neighborhood to clean yards from fall leaves and debris from winter. The Cubs from Pine Knob Elementary hit the house of Clarkston residents who couldn’t clean the yard themselves. ‘It’s worth all the hard work to see the smiling […]