LOCS unveils future plans for Dragon Virtual at Feb. 10 mtg.

By Megan Kelley Review Writer Lake Orion Community Schools presented Dragon Virtual plans for the fall 2021-22 school year at their regularly scheduled board meeting Feb. 10. There to deliver the presentations were Dragon Virtual Coordinator Nick Coccia and Director of Curriculum Kerri Anderson. LOCS began working on a virtual learning program in March 2020 […]

Village Council finally votes on sidewalk snow removal plan

By Jim Newell Review Editor The Lake Orion Village Council finally approved an agreement to have the Department of Public Works employees clear the sidewalks in the business district, but it likely will not matter unless the village sees another two inches of snow in March. The council voted 5-0 to enter into a one-year […]

Rep. Elissa Slotkin visits 20 Front Street

Rep. Elissa Slotkin visits 20 Front Street

By Megan Kelley Review Writer Michigan’s 8th congressional district representative Elissa Slotkin visited downtown Lake Orion on Monday to talk with constituents about the re-opening of music venues as well as grant programs. A handful of people joined Slotkin and her team at 20 Front Street to provide updates and give some helpful advice for […]

Public Safety — Feb. 24, 2021

The LOPD responded to 85 calls from Feb. 15-21, 2021 • Felony Arrests: 0 • Misdemeanor Arrests: 3 • Traffic Accidents: 4 Cars collide in downtown Lake Orion Lake Orion police responded to a traffic accident just before midnight on Feb. 17 at N. Broadway and Shadbolt streets. One driver did not see the other […]

Senior of the Week — Maria Schueller

Parents: Laura and Greg Schueller Grade: 12 GPA: 4.075 Favorite subject(s): Choir, Art, English, Government Extracurricular activities: Marching Band, Winter Guard Hobbies/Interests: Listening to podcasts, reading, hiking in the woods and admiring the birch trees. Plans after graduation: Help my mom move into a different house, then enter college and explore different areas of study. Maria […]

A spiritual perspective on dealing with chaos

Surely you have noticed all the chaos going on. If you’re like me, you have enough in your own life; no need to add more. But, in 2020 through no fault of our own, we added a worldwide pandemic. And, we didn’t stop there, we added political drama. A new year started adding freezing cold […]

Lady Dragon basketball returns with high expectations

Lady Dragon basketball returns with high expectations

By Megan Kelley Review Writer The Lake Orion High School lady Dragons kicked off their busy season earlier this month, starting with a close win against Berkley High School 48-42. In the days that followed the ladies took home losses from Oxford High School (44-35), Troy High School (46-32) and Marian High School (50-33) before […]

Dragon grapplers sweep opponents at quad meet

Dragon grapplers sweep opponents at quad meet

On Saturday, the Lake Orion varsity wrestlers started the day against a Covid-depleted Berkley team, finishing the match in record time wrestling only five times. All other matches were voids, resulting in a 72-6 win for the Dragons. Next up was a more evenly matched round against host Madison Heights Lamphere. Lake Orion got pins […]

Lake Orion wrestlers face tough competition in league matches

Lake Orion wrestlers face tough competition in league matches

The Lake Orion varsity wrestlers hit the mats for their first Oakland Activities Association league meet on Feb. 17, going up against perennially rivals Oxford, Clarkston and Rochester high schools. Rochester defeated the Dragons in the first matchup of the night, 43-32. However, senior 171-pounder Dominic Orselli, a state qualifier last year, got a major […]

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