Clergy, Cops and Beer, the name says it all

Clergy, Cops and Beer, the name says it all

By Chris Hagan Review Staff Writer The day-to-day operations of a police department don’t have much in common with a church or a brewery. But in Lake Orion they’re similar in what they stand for and what mark they try to leave on the community. It’s the similarity in community improvement that sparked an idea […]

Must be summer if it’s time for the Lions Jubilee

By Meg Peters Review Co-Editor The first day of summer arrives Monday, June 20 at 6:34 p.m. which is known as the summer solstice. In Lake Orion, the day means we are on the cusp of a tradition forged by carnival rides and beer at the Lake Orion Lion’s Jubilee. “Traditions are what make a […]

NOTA’s got a brand new ride

By CJ Carnacchio Leader Editor A new type of vehicle specifically-designed for wheelchair users will soon be traveling local roads, providing rides for folks served by the North Oakland Transportation Authority (NOTA). It’s called the MV-1 and it’s built in Mishawaka, Ind., by Mobility Ventures, a subsidiary of AM General. AM General created and manufactured […]

Daisy Project raises over $3,500 for special needs equipment

By Meg Peters Review Co-Editor For volunteers with the Daisy Project, it’s all about inclusion for everybody. The Shelby Township based non-profit raised over $3,500 earlier this month at their Second Annual Poker Pub Crawl in downtown Lake Orion, all of which will fund medical equipment and other recreational items for special needs families. President […]

Culver’s scholarship awards make mother cry with happiness

By Meg Peters Review Co-Editor Two outstanding students and employees of Lake Orion’s Culver’s are the happy recipients of $2,500 scholarships. Lake Orion High School 2016 graduate Rilee Harris and Lake Orion resident and home school student Alexandra Simpson, won and are both using the funds to pursue their career dreams. Simpson said her mother […]

Cranbrook Institute of Science experiments on Pine Tree

Cranbrook Institute of Science experiments on Pine Tree

By Meg Peters Review Co-Editor Firmly gripping the Van de Graaff generator, second grade student Rudy stood patiently as multiple strands of his hair charged and lifted. Pine Tree Elementary second graders learned Monday the Van de Graaff is an electrostatic generator that produces static electricity, and sometimes a little shock after that static, or […]

Oxford Lake Orion 5K benefits area students

By Chris Hagan Review Staff Writer The Lake Orion United Methodist Church (LOUMC) is hosting a 5K run to support their efforts in helping under privileged students in both the Oxford and Lake Orion school districts. The Help Kids Succeed 5K Run/Walk will take place on Saturday, July 2, at 9:30 a.m. and according to […]

Varsity softball team wins regional title

Varsity softball team wins regional title

By Dan Shriner Review Editor BLOOMFIELD HILLS — One great inning was all it took as Lake Orion’s softball team won its first regional title since 2004 on Saturday. The lady Dragons beat Romeo, 6-1, scoring all of its runs in the bottom of the fifth to qualify for the state quarterfinals which were played […]

George Frederick Fargher, 69

George Frederick Fargher, born March 8, 1947, was called to the Lord on Sunday May 15, 2016. George was born in La Porte, Indiana to Dr. Robert A. and Helen (Link) Fargher. He has no siblings and is survived by his wife Judith Diane (Rhodes) Fargher and several cousins, including, Carolyn Firth of Sarasota, Florida, […]

PUBLIC NOTICE Orion Township

Charter Township of Orion Board of Trustees Synopsis, Regular Meeting, Monday, June 6, 2016 Meeting called to order at 6:00 p.m. Held closed executive session to discuss attorney opinion letters and pending litigation. Invocation: Rochelle Beckemeyer, Echo Christian Fellowship. All rose for the Pledge of Allegiance. Recognized several Orion Township Firefighters and the Eagle Scout […]

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