A Look Back for February 21, 2024

From The Clarkston News archives 25 years ago – 1999City council resists senior living project: Representatives from Sunrise Development, the new owners of the property at the corner of Waldon and Main Street, got their first chance to pitch their idea for an elderly assisted-living facility to city council members. But council members, and some […]

Tri County Equipment awarded MI Works! Going Pro Talent Fund grant

Tri County Equipment awarded MI Works! Going Pro Talent Fund grant

Tri County Equipment announced that it has received a grant from MI Works! GST for the 2023 Going PRO Talent Fund.The grant is an opportunity for Tri County Equipment to further invest in its workforce and support their employees in gaining the skills needed for in-demand career paths.Going PRO Talent Fund grants are specifically designed […]

Building Brands: Share your Progress and build your brand

Progress season has officially arrived at View Newspaper Group!For those unfamiliar, Progress is a special edition of The County Press, Oxford Leader, Lake Orion Review, Clarkston News and The Citizen published in late March in which our clients are able to share their story with our readers, along with a traditional marketing message.The result is […]

A Look Back for February 14, 2024

From The Clarkston News archives 25 years ago – 1999Holiday Inn proposed for M-15: A new hotel was proposed for property on M-15 north of the City of Clarkston. The future of the project hung in limbo due to a proposed rezoning of the site. According to records from the building department, Flint based Eagle […]

A Look Back for February 7, 2024

From The Clarkston News archives 25 years ago – 1999Independence Elementary School it is!: Over 165 names for Clarkston’s new elementary school were submitted to the school board by community members. During their regular meeting, the Clarkston Board of Education chose Independence Elementary School because it was suggested the most and honored the township name.City […]

Clarkston grad top of innovation with Golden State Warriors

By Wendi Reardon PriceClarkston News Sports WriterSAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. — Alison Wright was honored with the NBA’s 2024 Pete Winemiller Guest Services Innovation Award last month.Wright, a Clarkston native and 2007 graduate of Clarkston High School, currently senior director of guest experiences for the Golden State Warriors, had hoped she would receive the award one […]

Wings for the win

Wings for the win

Owner Roger Hanna and his children cut the ribbon as part of the Clarkston Area Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting event last Wednesday for the new Wing Snob location at 9683 Dixie Highway in Independence Township. Photo: John Ransom/Winship Studio

McLaren Oakland earns Primary Stroke Center designation from The Joint Commission

PONTIAC — McLaren Oakland, part of McLaren Health Care and its statewide McLaren Stroke Network, has earned designation from The Joint Commission as a Primary Stroke Center, affirming the hospital’s level of specialized critical care to achieve favorable long-term outcomes for stroke patients.A quality designation in collaboration with the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association, Primary […]

WinterFest wonder

WinterFest wonder

Charlie Longo enjoys her hot chocolate and flashes a smile during the second annual Clarkston Optimist WinterFest last Saturday at Depot Park. See more photos from the event on page 3 of this week’s print edition. Photo: Matt Mackinder

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