LOPD launches new patrol boat for marine responses on Lake Orion

LOPD launches new patrol boat for marine responses on Lake Orion

By Jim Newell Review Editor The Lake Orion Police Department has a new police boat and with the addition of the resource to its arsenal, will be able to provide quick response to island residents and lake users on Lake Orion in the event of a situation. The Lake Orion marine patrol was active as […]

Why you should vote down the school bond

By: Bill Holt As citizens of the Lake Orion School District we all want to support great schools. First, it is good for our kids and grandkids. Second, it is good for our property values. Third, it is the right thing to do. Supporting great schools does not include wasting huge sums of tax dollars […]

Natural disasters, humanitarianism and god’s love

By: Linda La Croix Wow, so many natural disasters have happened in the past year. I am not going to list them all, but the amount of fires in the West and the hurricanes in the South have been huge. Living in the Midwest is an advantage to us, because those locations are far away […]

Dragons overpower Red Hawks for second win of football season

Dragons overpower Red Hawks for second win of football season

By Joe St. Henry Review Sports Contributor About the only thing that could slow down Lake Orion’s offense last Friday was the football team’s own mistakes, which the Dragons overcame in a rout of Troy Athens, 42-14. Lake Orion scored on six of its first eight offensive possessions. The Dragons were stopped only when they […]

Lake Orion Girls Cross Country team off to a good start

Lake Orion Girls Cross Country team off to a good start

By Megan Kelley Review Writer Lake Orion’s girls cross country team started off their season strong by placing 1st at the Oakland University Golden Grizzly Invitational and placing 2nd at the OAA Jamboree Red Division at Troy High School. Last weekend the team placed 4th at the Holly/Duane Raffin Invitational with help from top finishers, […]

Village requests share of twp. parks and rec. millage funds; twp. declines

By Jim Newell Review Editor The Village of Lake Orion council sent a formal letter of request to Orion Township officials asking for a share of the recent voter-approved township parks and recreation millage funds. They also attended the township’s meeting last week to make the request in person. Township board members, however, did not […]

Waste Not, Want Not: Lake Orion schools get new water bottle filling stations throughout the district

By Megan Kelley Review Writer It’s all about reduce, reuse and recycle. Today, minimizing our carbon footprint has never been so easy and because of that, it is something Oakland County is looking to work toward. In May of this year, the Oakland County board had allocated more than $500,000 to be used for purchasing […]

Remembering the 1968 World Series

Fifty years ago in early October the 1968 World Series featured the American League Champions Detroit Tigers against the National League Champions St. Louis Cardinals. The underdog Tigers came back from a 3-1 deficit to win three games in a row primarily on the arm of MVP Mickey Lolich. He remains the last pitcher to […]