Back to School with Don, Part (gulp) 3!

Back to School with Don, Part (gulp) 3!

Alright. Let me set the table. Three weeks ago I asked some questions like, “Why do so many parents drive their kids to school these days, when they are already paying for perfectly fine school bus department?” (To read that column, click here.) Last week, mom (and now grandma) Pam B, answered my questions — […]

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 […]

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 […]

Connecting the dots with Don can be fun!

Connecting the dots with Don can be fun!

Three bits of information converged onto my consciousness last week — I’d say within a 12-hour time span. The info was all transmitted electronically from three different sources. Was it coincidence? Or, was it something a little more preordained; something planned to get my attention? Because contemplating the mysterious is inherently more interesting, I am […]

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 […]

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