Partnership, collaboration key to school district future

As the class of 2016 graduated, we had the opportunity to celebrate their amazing achievements and to reflect on their contributions to our community and beyond. Congratulations again, and our very best wishes to each of you. Beyond academics, athletics, the arts, and community service, our district, under the direction of our Board of Education, […]

SPIRITUAL MATTERS: Make choice for better payday

In recent times, there has been a revolutionary change in attitude towards morality. Modern thinking is based upon the premise of evolution. Evolutionists believe that the human brain, being the most advanced, makes us “sophisticated” animals, but animals nevertheless. They propose that we (as animals with highly developed brains) must accept our position of power […]

SPIRITUAL MATTERS: Feeling all alone

This past week in worship we heard the account of God meeting Elijah upon the mountain. Isn’t it interesting that God asks Elijah (not once but two times) “What are you doing here, Elijah?” (1 Kings 19:9b and 13) Did God not know? Of course He knew, for God is omniscient, He knows all things. […]

Thanks for supporting food drive

Dear Editor, Thanks to our very generous Nuview Nutrition clients who donated to our spring food drive. We donated over 200 pounds of non-perishable food items to Lighthouse of Oakland County – Clarkston, today! With students out of school for summer vacation, the need is a bit higher now and they were very appreciative. Packing […]

Letter to the Editor: Reader wants city to ‘change their ways’

Dear Editor, The Clarkston City Manager and Council Members need to change their ways to not risk the professional integrity of the new City Treasurer and the city finances. Council has not been formally discussing and approving expenditures and amending the city’s budget prior to making expenditures, as required by the Clarkston City Charter, City […]

Letter to the Editor: Paying for dirt roads

Dear Editor, (In response to last week’s story “$50,000 for gravel roads,” Trustee David) Lohmeier seems to be the only board member who’s looking out for ALL taxpayers on this issue, rather then the few who live on these roads who will benefit from money taken from township residents under the guise it would be […]

Letters to the Editor

Message for reader in FOIA responses Dear Editor, If the city manager has to “issue a 10 day FOIA extension” so she can “calculate the charge” for a simple FOIA request, then you would think the Clarkston City Council would be questioning her ability to do the job for which she was hired to do, […]

SPIRITUAL MATTERS: Seek conscious awareness of God

My grandmother was a long time Truth Student. During the Great War, 1914 -1918, she worked in The War Department in Washington D.C. This was also the time of the Great Flu Pandemic of 1918 – 1919 which killed over 20 million people worldwide. At one point my grandmother was very ill with the flu. […]