Political signs disappear amidst school bond clash

By Jim Newell Review Editor With the Nov. 6 general election a mere two weeks away, campaign signs are sprouting up all over the Orion landscape. And the rivalry between those who support the Lake Orion Community Schools proposed $160 million bond and those who are opposed to it seems to be taking a turn […]

Proposed school bond would keep tax rate at 7.491 mills but would cost more than $160 million

By Jim Newell Review Editor In the Nov. 6 general election, voters will decide on Lake Orion Community School’s $160 million bond proposal that would be used to renovate, and, in some cases, rebuild schools and improve technology and safety/security throughout the district. The Lake Orion Review sat down with Assistant Superintendent of Business and […]

Lake Orion students take part in county Manufacturing Day

By Jim Newell Review Editor For Teddy Anderson, a junior at Lake Orion High School, seeing what the professionals at Atlas Copco Tools and Assembly Systems do could be a glimpse into his future. Teddy and 17 of his classmates toured Atlas Copco in Auburn Hills as part of Oakland County’s fourth annual Manufacturing Day […]

Dragons rip Black Hawks for Homecoming victory

By Joe St. Henry Review Sports Contributor Lake Orion’s football team gave its Homecoming crowd plenty to cheer about during a convincing 42-14 victory over Bloomfield Hills last Friday. The win improved the Dragons’ record to 4-3 (4-2 OAA Red), the first time they have posted a record above .500 since John Blackstock became head […]

LOCS sinking fund projects underway

By Megan Kelley Review Writer In August 2016 Lake Orion Community Schools passed a sinking fund to help with repairs that were needed throughout the district. This sinking fund generates approximately $3.5 million annually for the 10 years following its passage to assist in the “more than $40 million in facility projects proposed for Lake […]