By Jim Newell Review Editor It’s time for another round of Clergy, Cops and Beer, the match that makes the lives of some Orion’s residents a little better – and others’ a lot more fun, at least for a day. The fundraiser to benefit the Lake Orion Police Department’s Kids and Kops program and the […]
By Susan Carroll Review Writer Beautiful sunny skies welcomed the annual Orion Area Chamber of Commerce picnic at Camp Agawam last Thursday. The picnic was sponsored by Culvers of Lake Orion, serving up their famous butter burgers and frozen custard, while the music was blasting and dance moves were being shown off. The warm weather […]
By Jim Newell Lake Orion Review Editor Oxford and Orion are merging forces to benefit festivals in both communities this summer with an evening cruise aboard the Grand Princess Riverboat on Lake Orion. The Caribbean Cruise raises funds for the Lone Ranger Parade and Festival in Oxford Aug. 5-6. Oxford businessman Rod Charles, who organizes […]
Michigan’s manufacturing-intensive economy depends on affordable energy. But energy would become increasingly more expensive without the infrastructure and pipelines that deliver oil, petroleum products and natural gas to businesses and power plants across the state.
Whoa, Mr. Smith! What does getting illegal guns out of the hands of unstable people have to do with immigration in California? (“We need fewer guns, not fewer restriction,” by J.P. King, Lake Orion Review, May 24, p. 6.) (“Response to ‘We need fewer guns, not fewer restrictions,” by W.N. Smith, Lake Orion Review, May […]
Michigan’s manufacturing-intensive economy depends on affordable energy. But energy would become increasingly more expensive without the infrastructure and pipelines that deliver oil, petroleum products and natural gas to businesses and power plants across the state. Affordable energy plays a critical role in keeping Michigan businesses competitive—not just with other states, but in the global economy […]
We express our gratitude to The Lake Orion Review for the support and sponsorship of Clergy, Cops and Beer 2017. Not only are we grateful for their sponsorship, but we are also thankful for all that they do to provide support for those in our community. We are fortunate to have a local newspaper that […]
By Jim Newell Review Editor The Orion Art Center’s new Portraits and Pottery exhibit features an array of work from local artists, from classical in nature, to abstract and whimsical. Art Center Executive Director Janice Price feels the pieces in this show are “Outstanding in subject, technique and just the overall composition.” Price said 18 […]
By Jim Newell Review Editor The Dragon is becoming a Bear. Lake Orion senior pitcher Alexis Aguilar signed her letter of intent to play softball at Mott Community College next year. Aguilar joins 24 of her classmates who have signed to play college sports. Athletic Director Chris Bell said Lake Orion typically has 20-30 student-athletes […]
The Orion area honored its veterans on Memorial Day, remembering the 41 Orion military soldiers who gave their lives in the service of their country. White crosses symbolically commemorated the 41 at the Orion Veterans Memorial on Odanah Ave.
By Susan Carroll Review Writer “My entire life has been a journey,” says Catie Maurer, who is a smiling, full of life 16- year-old junior attending Lake Orion High School. “I’d like to be an elementary school music teacher. I love kids, I love music and I love helping people. It seems to be the […]