Clarkston Mini Storage turns clutter into cash

Boxes full of unneeded items have been piling up in the corner and you keep saying you will sell it, but time is always an issue. Clarkston Mini Storage has the solution and can help turn those items into cash. In June, CMS became a trading assistant on eBay. Owner Lisa Detkowski started the service […]

Dream becomes reality with local coffee shop

Vanna Burtch always wanted a coffee and tea shop with books, but didn’t know how to make it happen. The owner of Higher Ground Coffee and Tea House was in Davisburg’s Sweetgrass shop talking to a lady about what she should be doing with her life. Burtch had worked in computers for 18 years and […]

Players prepare for season starting scrap

As the countdown continues for Clarkston’s home opener against Rochester Adams, Head Coach Kurt Richardson, his coaching staff, and varsity team are expecting a challenge. ‘It will be a dog fight Friday night,? said Richardson. ‘It will be fun, a great opener.? The last time the teams faced off was in 2006, when the Wolves […]

Athlete of the Week

Lexi Baylis took the top spot in United States Tennis Association’s Supernational Hardcourt tournament in Georgia. The three part tournament began in May. Baylis finished in the top three at USTA’s Southwest Michigan Girls 12s qualifier. The top finishers continued on and competed in the Midwest Junior Closed tournament in Kalamazoo in June. Baylis finished […]

Soccer team shooting for more wins this week

Losses last weekend are the past ? the future is what’s important. That was the message head varsity coach Adam Bican had for Clarkston High School’s varsity soccer, going into Thursday’s match against Detroit Catholic Central. ‘We know we are playing a very strong team, a very well coached team. We know we have to […]

Spikers set for new season

Spikers started their season last Saturday in the West Bloomfield Invitational tournament. ‘I was happy with the way we played,? said Varsity Volleyball Coach Kelly Avenall. ‘We traditionally don’t play the first weekend of performance. I scheduled this tournament because I felt like we needed some competition under our belt before we started our league […]

Football food drive

Together the Clarkston football program and community raised 4,000 pounds of food for Lighthouse Emergencies Services. See more photos, press the Blue Button!

Win marks quarter century of soccer

A bit of history was shared Monday night before the kickers took to the field. Clarkston boys played their first soccer game ever on September 6, 1983. They lost to Rochester Adams, 9-1. Ron Forbes scored the first goal for the Wolves. ‘It never happened again,? announced Neil Granlund over the speakers. He should know, […]

Athlete of the Week

Jimmy Haven ended his summer season swinging. One of Haven’s accomplishments was taking second for boys 10 and under, in the 34th Annual Oakland County Parks Junior Golf Tournament. Last year marked his first time playing in the tournament. He took second place last year as well. ‘I felt like I did the best that […]

Back for another year of Blue-and-Gold gridiron action

Fans gathered in the stands knew it was still August. But with dozens of helmeted figures on the field below, they also knew another football season is just around the corner. Clarkston’s varsity football had been practicing for a week before hitting the field for their annual inter-squad Blue and Gold game, Aug. 16, their […]