Lake Orion author receives Reader’s Favorite Award

Local Lake Orion author, R.L. Herron has been awarded a Bronze Medal in the Young Adult-Horror category in the Reader’s Favorite 2016 International Book Award Contest for his novel “Blood Lake”. In “Blood Lake”, R.L. Herron chronicles the life of John Burnett, the latest member of his family to confront a Cherokee curse laid upon […]

LO school board confronted with ‘Critical Decisions’

By Jim Newell Review Staff Writer The Lake Orion school board is considering closing up to two schools, if any, though which ones are yet to be determined. The board also is considering selling some of its property, up to four different parcels, or none. If it sounds noncommittal, it is. Superintendent Marion Ginopolis and […]

Rain did not harsh Tommystock vibes

Tommystock 2016 was estimated to have seen 500-600 festival goers this weekend who braved the rain to jam out for a good cause. With over 22 musical acts September 16-18, kids activities, a newly added beer tent and acres of trails and camping at Camp Agawam, Tommystock brought the fun for many families. “We had […]

Multiple drunk drivers issued 8th offenses

On September 17, 2016 about 8:30 p.m., a Lake Orion Police Officer on patrol observed a male wearing a backpack on what appeared to be a motorized bicycle exiting a gas station/convenience store parking lot onto S. Broadway M-24. There were no headlights on the motorized bicycle, which pulled out in front of another southbound […]

LOHS has large addition of exchange students

By Georgia Thelen Review Staff Writer Lake Orion High School has always strived to bring exchange students over seas for the school year, but the 2016-17 school year has set a new record with 23 students. On September 14, these 23 students and four students with very limited English whose families recently moved to Lake […]

Township approves feasibility study for fire station #1

Twp. Sets 2016 millage rates By Jim Newell Review Staff Writer It was a busy night for township board members who approved funds for a feasibility study of fire station 1, voted to set the 2016 millage rates for the next fiscal year and granted funds for a handicap accessible play station at Friendship Park. […]

LO Art Center’s first photography show explores ‘The Artist’s Lens’

By Jim Newell Review Staff Writer From seasoned photographers using practiced methodology and sophisticated photo editing, to schoolchildren taking photos on their cell phones, the Orion Art Center’s first photography show featured an array of styles and talent. The Art Center’s first juried photography exhibit and competition, “The Artist’s Lens,” on Friday featured photographs from […]

Girls cross country team keeps getting stronger

By Jim Newell Review Staff Writer For a coach, nothing can beat having an experienced team of seasoned veterans who know your program and training regimen. But youth and enthusiasm can make up for a lot. A young Lake Orion High School girls’ varsity cross country team competed in the first jamboree of the season […]

Lady Dragon swimmers and divers off to a great start

By Jim Newell Review Staff Writer The LOHS Girl’s Swimming and Diving team looks to continue the success of the past, hoping to challenge for the league title and send its swimmers to the state meet. “The 2016-2017 Girls Lake Orion Swimming and Diving team is off to a great start,” said Head Coach Darin […]

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