Resident responds to a letter previously published

This letter is in response to Bill Kalmar’s letter published on July 7, 2016. I guess, according to the wordsmith Bill Kalmar in his letter published on July 7, 2016 I am one of those “self-serving” and “usual suspects.” Because, I am one of the guilty in having written one of those letters for a […]

Local Scout submits letter for badge requirement

For the communications merit badge I have to write a letter to a local newspaper editor and express my opinion on an issue. I had read the article “There seems to be unnecessary silliness regarding bathrooms” and decided to go with that. In my opinion there is nothing wrong with a person wanting to use […]

Frank R. VanWulfen Jr., 65

Frank R. VanWulfen Jr.; age 65; passed away July 31, 2016. Frank is survived by his beloved wife Marianne of 35 years; loving daughter Rachel (John) Guidry; and dear grandsons, Ashton and Carter. He is also the loving son of Anna and the late Frank VanWulfen Sr.; dear brother of Elsie (Tom) Plivelich, Linda VanWulfen, […]

DIA exhibit brings artwork outside for all to enjoy

DIA exhibit brings artwork outside for all to enjoy

By Cathy Kimmel-Srock Review Staff Writer Vincent Van Gogh, George Wesley Bellows, Eberhart Keilhau and several other artists can call Lake Orion home – albeit temporarily. Selected as one of nine communities to host the Detroit Institute of Art’s Inside|Out summer exhibit, Orion Township, through the efforts of the Orion Township Community Programs Department, is […]

Junior golf program pivotal to the future of golf

Junior golf program pivotal to the future of golf

By Chris Hagan Review Staff Writer For over 25 years, the leadership of the Paint Creek Country Club have understood the importance of introducing the world of golf to young players. Now, it’s more important than ever for the next generation of Woods and Mickelsons to grace the green. Beginning in the 1980s, PCCC created […]

Michigan Homebrew Festival coming to Camp Agawam

By Chris Hagan Review Staff Writer Brewing beer is something that has been around for thousands of years and it’s process is quite simple. Take a few ingredients, boil it, cool it down, add yeast and let it ferment. As the craft beer phenomenon exploded in Michigan, especially over the past decade, it sparked an […]

Miah Mile educates, brings awareness to mental health

By Cathy Kimmel-Srock Review Staff Writer When Jeremiah Hargett passed away in November, 2011, from death by suicide, his mom, Mary Reyes, felt blindsided and like she was the only person in the world experiencing this type of situation. “When it happened, it was like I was the only one on the planet at that […]

Summer sizzles at Orion Center Grand Re-Opening

Summer sizzles at Orion Center Grand Re-Opening

The Orion Center officially re-opened its doors in a grand re-opening last week. The center, which had been closed since a flood in February, houses Orion Township’s Community Programs Department, offers a variety of recreational and senior events, and is also available for rentals. Several of these services had to be postponed, cancelled or relocated […]

Lillian D. Van Dusen, 100

Lillian D. Van Dusen; of Lake Orion; passed away July 31, 2016; at age 100. Lillian is the beloved wife of the late Ross Van Dusen for over 60 years. She is the loving mother of Patricia (Rudolph) Blatt, Ross (Jean) Van Dusen, Lee (Carol) Van Dusen, and the late Robert Van Dusen; adoring grandmother […]

PUBLIC NOTICE Orion Library

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ORION TOWNSHIP PUBLIC LIBRARY County of Oakland, Michigan ON THE ADOPTION OF THE BUDGET FOR THE JANUARY 1, 2017- DECEMBER 31, 2017 FISCAL YEAR AND 2016 PROPERTY TAX LEVY TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS IN THE LIBRARY DISTRICT OF THE ORION TOWNSHIP PUBLIC LIBRARY: PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Orion Township Public […]

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