Down Syndrome Guild thanks community for support

On Saturday (Oct. 21) at the Knight’s of Columbus Hall, the Down Syndrome Guild put on a BOO BASH and ended with a TRUNK OR TREAT and invited their friends with disabilities from the Lake Orion schools to join in on all the fun. It was a HALLO-ween of a good time! And the turn […]

Majewska gets 25-50 years for brutal murders

By C.J. Carnacchio Leader Editor Little Charley Lillian Hendrick’s life was a happy one filled with love until it was tragically cut short when she was brutally murdered by her own grandmother. Now, all that remains of little Charley are memories, photographs and the Oakland County Circuit Court record. Charley went to the beach and […]

Novak sets cross country school record

The girl’s varsity cross country team set school records Saturday at the MHSAA Regionals in Algonac, with three runners qualifying individually for state finals. Sophie Novak placed 2nd overall and set a new school record. Allison Sherman finished 4th and ran a faster time than the previous school record. Emily Leipold placed 11th. All three […]

Nolan qualifies for state finals, LOHS cross country narrowly misses cut

Sophomore Andrew Nolan ran a personal best at the Algonac Regional meet last Saturday, which qualified him for the state meet this Saturday. Andrew ran a time of 15:38, which was 31 seconds faster that his personal best and 1:27 faster than his best time last season. Ryan Mulcahy, Justin Keppler, Nathan Hammond, Nolan Maupin […]

OCSO/Golling hockey team faces off against Red Wings Alumni

By Jim Newell Review Editor When the combined Oakland County Sheriff’s Office and Golling Buick GMC hockey team faced off against the Detroit Red Wings Alumni squad on Oct. 14 for a charity hockey game, fans could see the smiles on the faces of the “older” kids. And while the Red Wings Alumni may have […]

LO student count numbers

Student count day was Oct. 4 in Lake Orion Community Schools and the unofficial numbers are in. The district had a total enrollment of 7,362 students, said Nancy Limback, pupil accounting specialist for Lake Orion schools. Lake Orion High School had 2,411 students. The Waldon, Scripps and Oakview middle schools had a total of 1,782 […]

Let’s All Strive To Be Mediocre!

Several high schools throughout the country are now experimenting with eliminating recognition of students with a high GPA. In fact, some schools have curtailed the labeling of a Valedictorian or Salutatorian. The rational is that some students feel intimidated by fellow students who are studious, are educationally driven and strive to be accepted at prestigious […]

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