Home deliveries to students

Clarkston High School seniors last week received home visits from teachers and staff members. One trio was Kyle Hughes, Mike Olsen and Johnathan Webster as they delivered to most of their CSMTech students wearing “CSMTech Covid-19 Relief Team” T-shirts. “The three of us showed up on their doorstep with sirens alarming and a call to, […]

Dental offices: ‘Safest, and have been the safest’

BY WENDI REARDON PRICE Clarkston News Staff Writer Sherry Regiani knows people have concerns and fears about going back to the dentist as dental, medical and veterinary offices began reopening to non-emergency care to patients last Friday. Regiani, from Regiani Holistic Dental Center, located at 10435 S. Ortonville Rd. Suite B in Clarkston, wants to […]

A Look Back for June 3, 2020

From The Clarkston News archives 25 years ago – 1995 “Gettin’ their Z-z-z’s” Kindergarten students of Mary Zurbriggen at Clarkston Elementary topped off the week learning about sleep with a pajama party in their room. Some had pillows and favorite stuffed animals while wearing PJs. “Living, breathing the OJ trial” Greg Longstaff, a 1989 Clarkston […]

Wolves taking to the gridiron?

Wolves taking to the gridiron?

BY WENDI REARDON PRICE Clarkston News Sports Writer Gridiron heroes are scheduled to open the fall season against Pinckney in the fifth annual Battle at the Big House, Aug. 27. Amid the coronavirus pandemic and Governor Gretchen Whitmer extending the stay-at-home order to June 12, coaches and players are preparing to have a season. “We […]

Wendi’s Word: Hot Wheels and books

Hello everyone out in quarantine land! How is the stay-home order treating you? Me? Just getting back into the groove as much as I can with a lot of events being cancelled or postponed on our return to The Clarkston News. What isn’t cancelled? Continuing to write out to-do lists. It helps focus and I […]

A Look Back for May 27, 2020

From The Clarkston News archives 25 years ago – 1995 “Award winners love their town” Receiving an award for something you do out of love, not because you have to made winners of the tenth Michigan Week Community Awards felt very lucky. Winners were Sheila Ritter, Citizen of the Year; Rosemary Lewis, Julie Matthies, Bill […]

Students McConnell and Muhleck nominated for Ovation Awards

Enjoy this online exclusive from The Clarkston News BY WENDI REARDON PRICE Clarkston News Staff Writer A well-known saying in the theater is the show must go on and it did as the Sutton Foster Ovation Awards were held virtually with nominees including Clarkston High School students Maryn McConnell and Quinton Muhleck. Because of COVID-19, […]

Locals play ball, go camping with Tigers

Locals play ball, go camping with Tigers

BY WENDI REARDON PRICE Clarkston News Sports Writer Clarkstonites laughed and smiled as they met for lunch in early March and shared stories from Detroit Tigers Fantasy Baseball Camp from this year and previous years. Danny Beer, Sam Hoff, Kevin Pesta, Gus Ploss and Kirk Stegmeyer were just a few of 150 campers during this […]

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 […]