Motorcycle Alert – If it’s Bumpers vs. Bones, Bumpers always Win

A Guest Column by Chief Jerry Narsh Lake Orion Police Dept.  It’s that time of year folks, we have to shift into motorcycle awareness mode. We are already seeing our motorcycle friends and neighbors chasing winter away from Lake Orion, so please take a moment to consider some scary data, and some interesting data, that tells […]

LOHS girls lacrosse has a 1-1-1 record after first three games

Lake Orion’s girls lacrosse team started their season two weeks ago, beginning with a rival match at home against Oxford High School on March 21. The Wildcats led the Dragons throughout the entire hard-fought match, with Lake Orion losing the battle, 12-11. Lake Orion’s Allison Romanski scored five goals for the Dragons, with Natalie Maki […]

LO grad Colleen Campbell named athlete of the week

2018 Lake Orion graduate Colleen Campbell was named Atlantic 10 track and field performer of the week last week. This is the second time this year Campbell has been chosen for this honor. Campbell, a college freshman at the University of Dayton, pole vaulted a career best of 12 feet 7 1/2 inches at a […]

Lake Orion celebrated reading month this March

Lake Orion celebrated reading month this March

By Megan Kelley Review Writer Students in Lake Orion put down their technology and picked up a book to participate in reading month this March. Students in the LOCS district were surprised by special guest readers thoughout the month, including Lake Orion superintendent Marion Ginopolis, State Senator Rosemary Bayer and State Representative John Reilly. Many […]

The Lions were on the prowl during annual races on Saturday

The Lions were on the prowl during annual races on Saturday

Night at the Races benefits LOHS scholarship program By Jim Newell Review Editor The Lake Orion Lions Club hosted the 5th annual Night at the Races on Saturday with the lions once again prowling the lanes to raise funds for the club’s scholarship program. “All proceeds from the races go to support the scholarships,” said […]

Village council votes to proceed with lot split, potential land sale

By Jim Newell Review Editor The village council voted 6-0 during its meeting on Monday to proceed with a land split that could lead to a potential property sale. Councilmember John Ranville was absent from the meeting. JS Capitol Group LLC owner Jeff Schmitz owns and is developing the four-story building currently under construction at […]

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