Athletes, teams triumph in fall season amid COVID pandemic

Fall sports were cleared to play with restrictions. Here are some of the highlights for teams and athletes in Clarkston. September 2 Runners finish in third at invite: It was a third place finish for the Clarkston Everest Collegiate Girls Cross Country team in the the Michigan Catholic Invite in the St. Sebastian race. Caroline […]

Athletes spend summer working out, awaiting word on fall sports

As life kept changing because of COVID-19, so did plans for the fall season for athletes, coaches and the community. Here is the rollercoaster in 2020 from May to August. May 27 Wolves taking to the gridiron?: Amid the COVID pandemic and Governor Gretchen Whitmer extended the stay-at-home order to June 12, football coaches and […]

Year in Review: The top stories from the beginning of 2020

2020 certainly was a year no one will forget as the COVID pandemic changed… a lot. This week, December 23, we look at the top stories in January, February, March and April – life before and during the beginning of COVID. What are some of your highlights of 2020? Share them with us by emailing […]

Taking a look at the beginning of 2020 in Clarkston athletics

Athletes found success in their competitions the beginning of 2020 before COVID-19 stopped winter tournaments and the spring season in March. January 8 Back in business after break: It was a great night for the Clarkston Boys Varsity Basketball team as they posted a 65-56 win over Carman Ainsworth. During the game Matt Nicholson had […]

Say ‘nighty-night’ to 2019: a year reviewed

Say ‘nighty-night’ to 2019: a year reviewed

It’s a topsy-turvy world, and maybe the problems of two people don’t amount to a hill of beans. But this is our hill. And these are our beans! So Frank Drebin waxed philosophically in the 1988 comedy The Naked Gun: From The Files of The Police Squad! On this the final week of 2019, all […]

Good night 2017, good night (and good riddance)

Good night 2017, good night (and good riddance)

What is it Tennessee Ernie Ford sang about? Another day older and deeper in debt? Yeah, I’m pretty sure that’s it. When I think back to the year that was, 2017, I feel another year older (tons more gray in my beard) and deeper in debt (when something gets paid off, something else breaks that […]