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 […]

A Reflection on Wedding Vows…

A couple years ago I attended a bridal event as a vendor. Being there gave me the opportunity to meet many couples who were in the midst of planning their wedding. This was such an exciting time for them. Their thoughts were focused on the cake, dress, makeup, music, photographer and more. Most couples I […]

Military Parade? We can find a better use of our money

So, our “fake” president wants a military parade? What a waste of taxpayers’ money. I can find better uses, like healthcare, taking care of our vets, roads, bridges, fixing our electrical systems and grids, etc. Small stuff! If (President Donald) Trump wants a parade, he and his billionaire friends he gave the tax cuts to […]

Spiritually, Slaying Dragons

A Spiritual Walk By Linda La Croix This week the Lake Orion community celebrates the Dragon on the Lake Festival and many from the surrounding areas come to enjoy it too. When I saw the banner to advertise it going up, I thought, hmmm, wonder if there is a spiritual walk regarding dragons? Actually, there […]

Vote YES on NOTA millage renewal

Review Editorial It may seem hard to believe, but life isn’t all about that first person you see in the mirror every morning. Sometimes, you have to put yourself in someone else’s shoes. Voters in Oxford, Addison and Orion townships will have an opportunity to do just that when they face a millage renewal for […]

Tedder, Tedder, he’s our man!

Review Editorial Four candidates are running in the Republican primary for the 12th District seat in the Michigan Senate, but in our mind, there’s only one man for the job. We wholeheartedly support Jim Tedder and urge Oxford, Addison and Orion voters to do the same. We see Tedder as the only candidate who’s going […]

Please support the NOTA millage renewal

Sometimes life gives you lemons when you’ve planned for lemonade. Disaster can happen to anyone. That’s why I’m asking you to vote “yes” on the senior and disabled transportation millage renewal in the Aug. 7 primary election. Living under dramatically reduced circumstances as a retiree is certainly not the life I envisioned for myself, but […]

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