Swimmers return with a ton of talent

This season presents new challenges for Varsity Girls Swimming Coach Jackie Boswell, but she is ready to take them with a team that brings back a ton of talent. ‘So far the team looks great,? said Boswell. The Wildcats bring 32 athletes to the pool, five divers and 27 swimmers. Out of the swimmers, only […]

Residents express concerns about city police

Emotions were high at the Sept. 27 Clarkston City Council meeting as residents voiced concerns over the city’s police department and undisclosed rumors regarding its personnel. The biggest rumor that surfaced was an apparent communication problem between the council itself and the police department’s Chief Ernie Combs. ‘The rumors going around are causing problems,? said […]

CMS student takes to the stage with national production

Cameron Stefanski wants to be an actor when he grows up. As a sixth grader at Clarkston Middle School, he’s working on that goal right now. Stefanski will take the stage at the Masonic Temple this week as part of the children’s choir in the touring production of Andrew Lloyd Weber’s ‘Joseph and the Amazing […]

News delivery gets a new look at Clarkston High

News at Clarkston High School will be delivered in a fresh new way thanks to a revamped school newspaper and a new publications adviser. ‘I’m really looking forward to seeing what the stories are like,? Kate Thomas, newspaper staff writer, said. ‘I just hope we can live up to last year.? Under the guidance of […]

Mac and cheese gets the respect it deserves from these fans

The next time you stop by the Clarkston Union, don’t be alarmed if you see a group of eight laughing individuals adorned in yellow badges, sipping their favorite brew and devouring bowls of the restaurant’s famous macaroni and cheese. It’s just the Mac and Cheese Club. For the past three years, this group of four […]

Student newspaper reports on the latest news in fifth grade

What do you turn to if you want to know the latest fashion trends or most popular singer today? If you’re a fifth grader at Andersonville Elementary School, you turn to the Andersonville Press. The paper is the result of a good idea from friends Lacy Lobenstein and Emily Pobuda. The two decided to start […]

OHS welcomes new asst. principal: Todd Dunckley

Parents and students who step into the front office at Oxford High School might get greeted with a handshake and a smile by an unfamiliar face. Don’t worry, it is Assistant Principal Todd Dunckley trying to meet everyone in his new family, as he calls it. The Board of Education hired Dunckley this summer to […]

Where dat Wildcat at?

Anyone who has Wildcat pride in their heart has a fantastic opportunity to win an amazing sculpture while helping out the Varsity Boys Basketball team at the same time. The basketball team will be holding a nearly month-long raffle for the ‘Traveling Wildcat,? a 4?-foot-tall, 20-inch-wide carving of a wildcat sitting on a post with […]