Four generations strong

Four generations strong

It was a special birthday celebration for Richard Light, who turned 90 in October. He met his great-grandson, Easton who is only a few months old, for the first time and it brought four generations of Light together. “It was really special,” said Bob Light, of Independence Township, adding the Richard was happy to see […]

Wendi’s Word: Novels and nutrition

The first day of National Novel Writing Month has come and gone. I am being a rebel again this year and not starting a new novel, but continuing to work on another novel. I wrote new words on Sunday, the first day. I also edited a little bit. Now, I sit here on the second […]

A Look Back for November 4, 2020

From The Clarkston News archives 25 years ago – 1995 “Seven vie for three seats on city council” Through the 33 years City Manager Art Pappas held different positions within Clarkston’s village and city government, he couldn’t recall a time when so many people were running for city council as seven vied for three seats. […]

State-bound after regional win at Clintonwood Park

BY WENDI REARDON PRICE Clarkston News Sports Writer The Wolves ruled Clintonwood Park as the Clarkston Girls Cross Country team claimed the regional title last Friday. “They ran really well,” said Coach Kevin Breen. “It’s just preparing ourselves and using this season to progressively get faster, making sure we are doing everything right in practices. […]

Wolves down Oxford, advance to play Grand Blanc

BY WENDI REARDON PRICE Clarkston News Sports Writer The Wolves remained undefeated as they won the first round of the district playoffs over Oxford last Friday, 21-7. It wasn’t an easy feat for the Clarkston Varsity Football team and long-time head coach Kurt Richardson warned them during practices before the game. “All week they were […]

Everest athletes ready for next rounds in post-season play

The Clarkston Everest Girls Cross Country defended their regional title winning their second consecutive title in the team’s five year history at Chandler Park last Friday. The team finished in first place with 24 points with five runners in the top 15. Sophomore Caroline Cross led the team, finishing in fourth place in the time […]

CHS spikers head into district playoffs ruling the OAA Red

The Clarkston Varsity Volleyball team finished the regular season as OAA Red League Champions. The Wolves finished the regular season with two quads last week. They went 2-1 on Thursday in a quad against Grand Blanc, Lakeland/Milford and Saline. They defeated Grand Blanc, 2-0, 25-18 and 25-8. Claire Nowicki had eight kills. Emery Kuebler had […]

A Look Back for October 28, 2020

From The Clarkston News archives 25 years ago – 1995 “Young singers travel” Clarkston and Sashabaw Middle schools sent 15 students to the Michigan State Vocal Music Association Regional Honors Choir performance at Plymouth-Canton High School. “’Tis the season” Ann and Jim Degen held the fifth-annual neighborhood Halloween bash where the adults enjoyed chili and […]

Clarkston stays undefeated with shutout over Knights

BY WENDI REARDON PRICE Clarkston News Sports Writer The Wolves finished the regular season in football last Friday as 2020 OAA Red League Champions, the 17th league title in school history and eighth undefeated regular season in school history. A big turn around from last year’s 3-6 season, which the Clarkston Varsity Football team worked […]

Wolfpack Update for October 28, 2020

The Clarkston Boys Varsity Soccer team finished the season in overtime against Utica Eisenhower in the district finals, Oct. 22. The Wolves were ahead 1-0 before the Eagles tied the game with a late goal. The Eagles won in a shootout to win, 2-1. They finished the season with a 7-4-5 overall record. * * […]