Letter to the Editor

The singing group ‘Chicago? in one of their hits had the phrase ‘Does Anyone Really Know What Time It Is? Does Anyone Really Care??. This should be the mantra for Senator Gilda Jacobs, D-Huntington Woods for her obsession with clocks. First of all, she wants to rescind the law that does not allow alcohol sales […]

Letter to the Editor

I have to respond to the security issue that was discussed at the May 16 Orion Township meeting. This is all in regards to the assessor claiming a break-in on April 20, 2004 and the theft of the Gingelleville Community Center file. All that the township board wants to do is well and good. I […]

Bomb volunteers risked insurance coverage

I found the Letter to the Editor in the June 8 issue of the Lake Orion Review that described a bomb threat at the high school very interesting and quite shocking. We were visiting our family in Lake Orion from our home in Waukesha, Wisconsin where we own a residential and commercial insurance business. In […]

Talking about their ‘Liver Tea?

Third-graders at Carpenter Elementary School shared what they’ve learned about living in a democracy, as they presented ‘With Liver Tea and Just This For All–A Salute to Our Core Democratic Values? at the school on June 7. All of the third-grade participated in the production, which included songs and skits representing the core Democratic values […]

Looking Back

Ten Years Ago June 14, 1995 ~~A serious accident at the Indianwood/Baldwin/Coats intersection involving a gravel truck has increased debate over ways to correct the junction and the routing of gravel trucks in the township. ~~Linda Purvis, an employee of the school district for 26 years, is retiring as Pine Tree Elementary School’s principal. ~~~New […]

Hands on with science at LOHS

Kids got a glimpse of science up close and personal during Science Day at Lake Orion High School in May. The high school’s AP Biology students organized the event for school district fourth graders. The event took place in the lobby of the auditorium. Groups of fourth graders spent 45 minutes at 22 different ‘stations.? […]

Lake Orion Men’s Softball League results

Wagon Wheel II and Cobra Computers picked up their first LOMSL victories on June 9. Wagon Wheel II won, 18-17 against SOS Mechanical in 10 innings. Ray McCarrick (3-for-5) scored the winning run in the bottom of the 10th on a single by Zach Poulin (2-for-5). Mark Brancheau paced the winner with a 4-for-4 night […]

Softball team’s season ends

The Lake Orion varsity girls softball team saw their season end as they lost to Utica Ford II in the semifinal game of the regional competition. Utica Ford II won the game, 6-1, and went on to face Troy in the regional championship. Troy defeated Utica Ford II, 3-0.

Fire Call

Monday, June 6 7:10 a.m.-A person at LOHS on Scripps Road was in pain. Station #1 responded. 10:58 a.m.-An accident occurred in front of Sycamore Creek apartments on Baldwin. Station #3 responded. 6:59 p.m.-Station #1 responded to a medical emergency on Indianwood. Tuesday, June 7 10:54 a.m.-A person on West Clarkston fell off a ladder. […]

LO Police Log

Monday, June 6, trespassing. A man on East Flint Street said he was unable to get his girlfriend out of his car. *** Tuesday, June 7, a woman on East Shadbolt heard a loud noise in the downstairs of her home. A peace officer was needed on North Andrews. A man on Lakeview reported his […]