JV Cross Country pulls out narrow victory at Invitational

The 9th and 10th Grade Cross Country runners competed in the Bloomer Freshman/Sophomore Invitational Monday night and were able to pull out a one point victory over Clarkson and the other 12 teams competing. The Dragons were led by Sophomore Ryan Mulcahy’s second place finish, along with Freshman Andrew Nolan (4th), Sophomore Justin Keppler (6th), […]

Road Closure Updates

Road Closure Updates Via the RCOC website construction updates   Eastbound and westbound Silverbell Road at M-24 (Lapeer Road) will be closed continuously between 7 a.m. and noon on Saturday (Oct. 22). The road is closed for construction. Traffic heading north or south on M-24 will be able to get through the intersection. Detour: Westbound […]

Village residents to vote on LO Police Department millage

By Jim Newell Review Staff Writer Village residents will vote for a continuation of the Lake Orion Police Department’s existing millage when they go to the polls during the Nov. 8 general election. And village officials and Police Chief Jerry Narsh want residents to know that the current proposed millage is not an addition to […]

Orion students M-STEP results rank in top 10 across Oakland County

By Jim Newell Review Staff Writer When compared against 28 other districts in Oakland County, Lake Orion students rank it the top 10 in every category on the state’s M-STEP test. Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning Heidi Mercer recently presented to the board of education the rankings and a breakdown of issues affecting students. […]

LOHS Leadership class cultivates future trailblazers

By Jim Newell Review Staff Writer Many people in the community may have enjoyed the smiling faces in the Homecoming Parade, the halftime activities at the football game or seeing their kids get dressed up for the Homecoming dance. And while Homecoming week in Lake Orion has ended, many people probably never thought about the […]

Orion Chamber Impact Award Winners Announced

By Georgia Thelen Review Staff Writer The Orion Chamber of Commerce has announced the 2016 recipients of the annual Impact Awards. The Impact Awards were created to give recognition to members of the Orion Area Chamber who have positively impacted the Orion Community. The Impact Award nomination process begins in September, with recommendations open to […]

Boy’s Cross Country team takes strides at Invitational

The Lake Orion cross country team was able to pull out a one point victory at the Oxford Invitational on Friday to take the Invitational trophy. Led by senior Jack Everts, who finished in 6th place, the Dragons came rolling in with Ryan Mulcahy (7th), Matthew Mulligan (11th), Matthew Junkin (13th) and Andrew Nolan (14th) […]

Water polo team sees success as program develops

The Lake Orion Water Polo team may be a young program, but it continues to see improvement and has postseason aspirations as the team continues to develop. “The team has done really well this season overall. We grew in numbers from 18 last year to 26 boys on the team this year. This has allowed […]

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