Karen Lee Perry, 59

Kareen Lee Perry; age 59; passed away May 13, 2016. She was the daughter of the late William and Carol (Turner) Perry of Lake Orion. Kareen attended Baldwin Elementary School in Pontiac at the age of seven before transferring to the Michigan School for the Blind in Lansing at age 12. She learned to read […]

Girls water polo team makes strides, nets a district win

Lake Orion’s girls’ water polo team was victorious in their first district game against Haslett last week. The team pulled ahead in the second quarter and kept advancing to win, 12-6. The Dragons faced a tough competitor later that Friday, losing their second district game again Okemos, 21-4. Senior captain Nicole Horvath led the way […]

Dragon depth secures fifth consecutive OAA Red title

Lake Orion’s boys’ track team’s outstanding depth led the Dragons to their fifth consecutive OAA Red championship on Thursday and Friday last week. Coach Stan Ford’s team was missing several key runners, including Sheldon Drake, Andrew Lorant, Jacob Arenz and Jacob Hoffman. That didn’t deter the team, though. “(After) a dropped baton in the 800m […]

Betty M. Irwin, 90

Irwin, Betty M. Irwin, age 90 of Lake Orion passed away May 5, 2016. Betty was the loving mother of Vicki Tallmadge and the late Delene Irwin; grandmother of Michele Caddick and Kyla Tallmadge; and great grandmother of Lauren Corbett. She was the sister of Vera Jean (Lloyd) Crutchfield, and the late Katherine Biskner, Henrietta […]

The sun shines down on annual Flower Fair

The 16th annual Flower & Art Fair has wrapped up and I would like to take a moment to express our gratitude to the many people who worked hard at another successful downtown Lake Orion event. First and foremost to Mother Nature for taking it easy on us this year. Big thanks to our event […]

Passport to Spring was a success for the Library

The Friends of the Orion Township Library would like to thank everyone who helped with our recent fundraiser, Passport to Spring: Japan, A Festival of Seasons. It was a successful event, thanks to the many people who helped by sponsoring, donating, performing, demonstrating, serving on committees, or attending the festival. The money raised by the […]

Precinct 2 to have an extra ballot question this November

By Meg Peters Review Co-Editor The Lake Orion Village Council unanimously approved a motion to grant the village attorney and administration the authority to compose ballot language for a village-wide police millage that would appear before village voters on the November 2016 general election ballot. The ballot question will only be available to the Village […]

Letter carriers Stamp Out Hunger on Saturday

By Meg Peters Review Co-Editor Last year the 37,000 lbs. of food Lake Orion and Oxford postal carriers swept up at the end of residents’ driveways lasted the Oxford/Orion FISH two months. It was the biggest haul ever for the Stamp Out Hunger food drive. “We were bombarded last year, we’re trying to be a […]

Council adopts budget with slight millage increase

The Village of Lake Orion adopted its budget Monday night, which calls for a slight millage increase for residents. The village council unanimously approved the budget, which increases the millage rate from 9.9205 mills to 10.4 mills. The extra income from the increase is expected to total about $57,000. That’s about $24 for a homeowner […]

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