Undefeated boys lacrosse team has a winning cause

By Chris Hagan Review Staff Writer Lake Orion’s undefeated varsity lacrosse team will face Oxford on Saturday but there are more important issues in play than whether the Dragons remaining undefeated. It’s because it’s not just not an ordinary game, it’s a game wrapped around a cause that’s bigger than the team and any one […]

Al Pelletier, 76, of Lake Orion

Al Pelletier; of Lake Orion; passed away April 4, 2016 at age 76. Al was the beloved husband of Sally for 36 years; dear father of Lori, Jeff, Cassie, Suzie, Michael, Traci, Al, Kay, Vicki and Debbi; grandfather of many special grandchildren and great grandchildren; and brother of Ruth Ann (Don). He was preceded in […]

Sewer maintenance relief program could hit taxpayers under new ordinance

By Meg Peters Review Co-Editor In a 4-3 vote Lake Orion Village council moved forward with establishing an ordinance that would place the responsibility of sewer line maintenance and repair on property owners. The introduction and first reading of the Sewer Lead Reasonability Ordinance was passed at the council meeting Monday night with possible adoption […]

Contact Us 2

Contact Us 2 Theodore E. “Ted” Freymiller (Coach Fry), of Webster, Wisconsin, passed away on Saturday, February 13, 2016 at the young age of 92. Ted was residing at the Continuing Care Center in the Burnett Medical Center in Grantsburg, WI. Ted was born on August 6, 1923, to Ernest and Erna (Franke) Freymiller in […]

Lots of concerns, questions about high-density housing project

OXFORD VILLAGE – A litany of concerns were expressed by both officials and residents regarding a proposed 76-unit multiple-family housing development at 98 S. Glaspie St., but the bulk of the criticism centered around one word – density. “I think you’re trying to put 10 pounds of something in a 5-pound bag,” said village Planning […]

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