Larsen provides tech, understanding to CHS students

Nancy Larsen is dedicated to making sure students utilize the latest technology and resources available to them as they progress through their careers at Clarkston High School. Serving as the media specialist for CHS, Larsen’s efforts have gone above and beyond normal means. To honor those efforts, she was recently selected as the recipient of […]

Hall of Famer Mike Lantry made his mark in football, track

Mike Lantry is one of the most outstanding male athletes to ever put on the Oxford High School blue and gold. For his accomplishments during high school and beyond, Lantry was honored as a charter member into the OHS Athletic Hall of Fame. ‘Throughout all of the years, there has been a lot of great […]

Big Mac and a scholarship please

If you ask 2010 OHS graduate Susan Reynolds, McDonald’s serves up more than just Big Macs and french fries. Reynolds, an employee at the McDonald’s located at 280 S. Washington St., was selected as one of the 51 recipients of a $2,500 scholarship from the McDonald’s National Employee Scholarship program. ‘It is quite an honor […]

Oakland Symphony provides classic music to Clarkston

Wendy Stewart is a busy person. In addition to being the strings specialist for the Clarkston Community Schools music program, she is also the principal cello for the Oakland Symphony, a professional orchestra that is no stranger to the Clarkston area. ‘Clarkston has been very welcoming,? Stewart said. ‘I think the orchestra is very happy […]

October highlights proper oral hygiene, healthy teeth

October is National Orthodontic Health Month and the staff at Dr. Charles Munk’s Clarkston office is working hard to promote the benefits of good oral hygiene. Jan Long, an orthodontic assistant, will visit sixth and seventh graders at Cedar Crest Academy and Sashabaw Middle School at the end of the month to present tips and […]

Get to know your candidates

Three positions are available on the Clarkston City Council this election year. Derek Werner and Scott Meyland are running to retain their seats; Anne Clifton is stepping down from the council and her position is vacant. Running again this year are Steven Coventry and Steve Wylie. Both residents have run for council in the past […]

Davisburg Rotary plans Halloween spooks with ‘House?

The Davisburg Rotary wants to scare you. Starting Oct. 14, the Davisburg Rotary is sponsoring a ‘House of Horrors? at the Oakland County 4H Fairgrounds in Davisburg as part of a fund-raiser. ‘We were looking for something fun to do to raise money,? said Gerry Jackson, ‘House? co-chairman. Investing close to $7,000, Rotarians started developing […]

District spends $75K on wireless radio system

If an emergency happens at one of the seven schools in the Oxford School District and a phone is not available, the district has a backup plan in place. The school board recently voted 5-0 to purchase $75,625 worth of hand-held radios employees can use. These new hand held radios will replace the old radios […]

Meads was outstanding athlete, student

Dr. Ed Meads was a standout on the field of competition as well as in the classroom, thus earning him a spot in the inaugural class of the Oxford Athletic Hall of Fame. ‘I was very flattered and very honored,? Meads said. Throughout his four years at Oxford High School, he earned 12 letter awards […]

Recreated radio show brings Halloween chills to Clarkston

What will theater enthusiasts take away after watching ‘Scream Theater,? the latest Halloween installment of the Clarkston Village Players? ‘Nostalgia and a little spooky-ooky Halloween feeling,? said Dan Gerics, director and Flint City Theater member. Brought to the stage by way of the Flint City Theater, ‘Scream Theatre? will entertain and frighten for one night […]