Lake Orion voters elect the old and the new to the village council

By Jim Newell Review Editor Voters in Lake Orion went for a mix of the old and the new, re-electing two candidates to the Lake Orion Village Council and electing two challengers – and ousting one current councilmember. Council President Ken Van Portfliet, President Pro-tem Bradley Mathisen and Councilmember Jerry Narsh ran against three challengers […]

LOHS Senior Sophie Novak competes in her 4th state finals

LOHS Senior Sophie Novak competes in her 4th state finals

Sophie Novak qualified for her 4th state finals meet at competed at the MHSAA finals on Friday. She finished 34th overall with a time of 19:13. “Congratulations on becoming Lake Orion Highs secnd four-time state qualifier athlete,” said Deborah McDonald, Lake Orion girls varsity coach. Photo provided by Deb McDonald  

Dragons finish season, place 17th at the cross country state finals on Friday

Dragons finish season, place 17th at the cross country state finals on Friday

The Lake Orion High School men’s cross country team placed 17 th at the Michigan High School Athletic Association Division 1 State Finals on Friday at the Michigan International Speedway. Ranked anywhere from 17th to 22nd prior to the meet, the seven Lake Orion runners who competed finished in 17th place, with 27 teams competing, […]

Public Safety — Nov. 10, 2020

The OCSO Orion Twp. Substation responded to 358 calls from Oct. 26 – Nov. 1, 2020 • Felony Arrests: 3 • Misdemeanor Arrests: 2 • Traffic Accidents: 22 There is a national coin shortage… Deputies went to Grand Prix Car Wash on the 3900 Block of Joslyn Road for a larceny report at 8:30 a.m. […]

Paint Creek PTO seeks sponsors for Fun Run shirts

Each year the Paint Creek Elementary School PTO holds fundraisers in order to provide student’s with T-Shirts for their annual Fun Run event. This year, however, things are a bit different, being unable to hold traditional fundraisers, the Paint Creek PTO is asking for help from local sponsors. With the goal of raising about $3,000, […]

Sheriff’s Office kicks off ‘Coats for the Cold’ campaign

Another Michigan winter approaches and it’s not going to be a warm one. Especially for those who don’t have a warm winter coat. Sheriff Michael J. Bouchard and the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office kick off the 33rd year of the Coats for the Cold campaign to help. “’Coats for the Cold’ is a good way […]

Help the Sons of The American Legion Help 12 Families this holiday season

The Lake Orion Sons of the American Legion Squadron 233 is looking for community assistance in two ways as it gears up for its largest charity activity of the year, the “12 Families of Christmas” program. The program annually assists at least a dozen needy Lake Orion area families with holiday meals and gifts for their children. First, due […]

Facebook and Twitter Poll results — poll ending Nov. 9

Last week, we asked our followers “Lake Orion Community Schools is expected to bring students across all grade levels back to in-person learning on Nov. 9. Do you think:” We had 53 people respond to the poll on Facebook, with 26 people stating that It’s too soon; 18 people said that it is Great timing!; […]

LOHS Senior of the Week — Lukas Conrad — Nov. 10, 2020

Parents: Joe and Holly Conrad Grade: 12 GPA: 4.059 Favorite subject(s): History, English and Yearbook Extracurricular activities: Cross Country Hobbies/Interests: Reading about history and getting into political debates online. Plans after graduation: Go to college and live my life like I’m the main character in a coming of age movie. Lukas is proudest of: My ability […]

Caught in the pandemic storm!

Life matters! You matter! We all matter! It’s time to live like the virus matters! Time to become more aware of the virus causing our pandemic and stop giving it a host! There are times in life when so much happens at once the world feels crazy and mixed up. Yet, even during the craziness […]

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